All of us saw that Cipher seems to have a desire to hack automobiles from Fiat Chrysler. In the trailer, multiple Chrysler 300s, a Jeep Cherokee, a Jeep Grand Cherokee, and a Dodge Challenger all get some prominent screen time when they're being hacked. We're not so sure this is effective product placement for the brand, significantly considering this is the same company that valued over a million cars and trucks to fix a software obstacle that could bring about hacking. Possibly this is the trade-off for having the Dodge Challenger Demon as a hero car.
The hacker is Charlize Theron's role, Cipher, and she can evidently regulate any car on the planet, and many of them at the same time. She uses this to huge effect in creating massive rivers of rampaging automobiles through city streets, and waterfalls of cars flying off of parking components. And whenever you look closely at these groups of automobiles, it is apparent that she can even manage older cars that have no automated steering or accelerator abilities whatsoever. We might ask how that actually works, but we know that's a foolish question in the Fast and Furious universe. In fact, this is the series that presented Dominic Toretto flying through the air over a freeway to catch Letty Ortiz and land on another car. And they survived. Your logic has no power here!
The new trailer for the film was countless broadcast during the Super Bowl ad break in February. During the battle between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. It divulged at an unbelievable conflict between Diesel and his former racing friends after newly-wed Dom Toretto, has his mind turned by Theron, who stars as Cipher, a cunning criminal.
The most recent sequel of the Fast and the Furious series welcomes two Oscar-winning performers: Charlize Theron is cast as Cipher, the newest villain to torment Dominic Toretto and his crew, while Helen Mirren signs up for the cast after publicly lobbying for a character to satisfy her real-life passion for racing. Fast 8 also stars Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Jordana Brewster, Kurt Russell, Elsa Pataky, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jason Statham, and Scott Eastwood. Directed by F. Gary Gray.
Truly ridiculous and absurd moments and conditions are a staple of the Fast and Furious franchise, As well as earlier trailers made it straightforward that Fate of the Furious wouldn't be any different when the submarine showed up. However, it turns out the craziness has spread to the topic of car hacking.
Parents need to know that The Fate of the Furious is the eighth film in the hit Fast & Furious action franchise, which is recognized for its car chases, explosions, and objectification of girls. However it's secure to assume that this sequel will have nearly all of the same, there are some turns and fresh faces -- along with a astonishing cameo by Helen Mirren that could breathe new life into this 15-year-old franchise. Just when a typical life at last seems possible for Dominic Toretto, a cyberterrorist named Cipher (Charlize Theron) seduces him into a life of crucial crime. It's about his nearest friends, among them his wife Letty and federal agent Hobbs, to get Dominic back and prevent Cipher from unleashing disorder on the world. Expect strong language, drinking, violence, and obviously plenty of car crashes.
In true Fast and Furious style, there is certainly lots of gun fire, rapid car action, amazing stunts and the return of Jason Statham, - and Luke Hobbs, performed by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson who is introduced to get Dom and bring him back in the fold. One scenario in the movie tends to specify that Dom may even betray his wife and locks lips with Cipher.