‘Fast & Furious 6′ Featurette: Stunts, Speed & Spoilers [VIDEO]

A brand new clip from the upcoming movie, Fast and Furious 6, has been released, which gives us a lot more details on the film’s plot and some interesting tidbits about the characters.

The clip starts off with Vin Diesel talking about what the crew, and his character Dom, have been up to since their heist in Fast 5. Obviously, Dom picked a place to stay with extradition rules that wouldn’t send him back to the US, but The Rock, who plays Agent Luke Hobbs, still tracks him down.

The clip shows a lot of newly-released footage of the film and also talks about Letty, played by Michelle Rodriguez. According to the video, Letty is suffering from amnesia, which makes it easier for Owen Shaw, the film’s antagonist played by Luke Evans, into manipulating Letty to despise her former flame, Dom.

In addition, Collider did an interview with producer Niel Moritz, where he spoke about Fast & Furious 7, the sequel that has been announced for a release in the Summer of 2014.

Here’s what Moritz said about Fast & Furious 7:

“Yes, we are gonna film this summer. We have been talking about it for quite a while, because while we’re making any of the Fast movies we’re always talking about what could happen in future Fast films. So it’s something that we have been talking about for quite a while.”

The producer also confirmed that The Rock will be returning as well. Here’s what he said about the future of the franchise:

“I really think that people are really interested in these characters, and we’re lucky enough to have developed so many characters with so many storylines that the biggest hindrance of this franchise is the fact that we just don’t have enough screentime to service all the characters in this movie. There’s just so many interpersonal relationships between so many people in the movie, there’s just a lot of different ways to go. So we’re just continually working to develop good stories with good characters and have a lot of their stories interweave constantly and sprinkle a lot of great action in between.”