The Fast and Furious Crew Is Out for Revenge
We all know vengeance is a dish that is best when it’s served cold–as in with no emotion or feeling attached to it. The Fast and Furious posse knows all about serving up vengeance, and they do it in spades. With the seventh installment of the franchise heading our way at the beginning of April, it’s time to dust off your feelers and get ready for some big time, action-packed mayhem as only Vin Diesel and his wrecking crew can bring to the silver screen, or any other screen, for that matter.
Taking a look at the new Furious 7 one sheet poster will surely remind you, in case you forgot, that this gang is hell on wheels. Longtime cast members Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson, Ludicris and Jordana Brewster definitely look ominous, and they’ve even added Ronda Rousey into the mix for added punching power. How hot is that?
If you’re a fan of the Fast and Furious films (do I get extra points for alliteration?), you don’t have to wait for the general release of Furious 7. The official premiere is going down on March 30, in the cultural Mecca of the entire known world, Los Angeles. It’ll be bittersweet since Paul Walker died in a car accident while the film was being shot, but it’ll also serve to honor Walker. Naturally, there will be a hootin’, hollerin’ after party immediately following the screening, and that’s where the fun will really kick into high gear.
VIP Concierge has tickets to the film and passes to the after party. We’ve done the leg work, so all you have to do is break out the plastic and purchase tickets for you, your main squeeze and all the members of your own posse. There’s nothing like a Hollywood movie premiere, and there’s no better place to pick up your tickets for the event. Check it out here. -premiere-party/
There’s no need to wait for the film to hit the mega-movie-plexes. Get off the porch and run with the big dogs out in Hollywood. You’ll have more fun than a flea at a dog show, and that’s saying quite a bit. Be there when the hammer comes down. If you’ve never been to a film premiere and after party, you owe it to yourself to make the scene. Then, you’ll want to go to every single one. It’s the very best way to celebrate the celluloid.