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The Fast & Furious 6 trailer

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If you'd have told us in 2001 that 12 years later, the Fast & Furious franchise would be spawning its sixth instalment, we'd have labelled you a witch and chased you out of town/into a fire.

But, Christ alive, the series is still going strong. In fact Fast Five was the most successful entry yet, scoring over $600 million at the international box office. Which brings us to Fast & Furious 6.

The gang are back (Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordanna Brewster), joined by Fast Five's Dwayne Johnson and some newcomers to the series, including bad guy Luke Evans and Haywire's Gina Carano.

We saw a glimpse of the new film in the Super Bowl spot but now we have a full-length look at the upcoming thriller. Looks like fun and we're especially excited to see London feature prominently.

What do you think?

Fast & Furious 6 hits cinemas on May 24th

(Images: All Star, YouTube)

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