I am not sure what is more surprising, that there have been 6 Fast & Furious movies or that the last one, Fast Five, was really good. In fact, I’m pretty sure this next installment will be pretty great too.

Returning to the caper are cast members Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez (whose character, Letty, was presumed dead), joined by newbies Gina Carano and singer Rita Ora (ugh).

Fast & Furious 6 sees fugitive Dominic Toretta (Diesel) team up with security agent Luke Hobbs (Johnson) to take down a mercenary organization.

Fast 6 opens in the United States May 24th and in Australia June 6th.

 

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Trailer watch: New Battle: Los Angeles trailer

The new trailer for upcoming alien invasion flick Battle: Los Angeles recently premiered. The new extended version features previously unseen footage, some character exposition and a little more build up to the invasion than the previous teaser.

The film stars Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez and Bridget Moynahan and was directed by Jonathan Liebesman. Battle: Los Angeles is due out March 11. Check out the new trailer below.

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Trailer watch: Battle: Los Angeles

There are trailers that merely point the way to a film; drawing your momentary interest. Then there are those special trailers that with the incredible use of sight, sound and an understanding of imagination, present anticipation at its highest. Like the Independence Day teaser so many years ago, the brand new trailer for Battle: Los Angeles manages to capture the same emotions.

Starring Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez and Bridget Moynahan, Battle: Los Angeles is a film detailing humanity’s last stand against an invading alien force. With the world crumbling, the city of Angels is the last refuge of human kind, where soldiers led by Eckhart’s platoon fight for survival.

Fans of global cinematic events would be crazy to miss this. Battle: Los Angeles was directed by Jonathan Liebesman (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning) and written by Christopher Bertollini.

The film invades cinemas March 11, 2011.

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