Published On: Sun, Jan 27th, 2013

Jordana Brewster talks ‘The Fast and the Furious 6,’ stunts and the Super Bowl ad

Fans of the “Fast and the Furious” franchise are both excited and nervous about the upcoming film, a sixth installment in the franchise.

Talking with Collider in a Jan. 27 interview, Brewster addresses the concerns about the plot and the “heist” being the center of the story.

 Fast Five“Fast 5″ was also a little more of a heist film.  I think Justin [Lin] is a master at reinventing the series and not letting down the fans.  The fans won’t be let down.”

The audiences will get their first look at “The Fast and the Furious 6” during the Super Bowl and the “Dallas” star is excited.

“I know!  That will be amazing!  I haven’t seen anything from the movie, so I’m really excited to see it, too.  It’s bigger and better than Fast 5, which seems unfathomable.  I’m really, really excited.  I always watch the Super Bowl for the commercials.  I’m so not into sports, but my husband is.  So, I’m like, “Yeah, I’ll watch Beyonce and the commercials!”’

Each film just keeps offering new and more challenging stunts.

“Every time, we’re like, “You’re really going to do that?!  How are you going to do that?!”  And they pull it off.  It’s amazing!  Each one has to one-up the last one.  We’re very, very lucky.  Paul [Walker] and I were on set and were like, “Oh, my gosh, we’ve known each other for like 14 years now,” which is just absurd and crazy.”

Check out the full interview here

The film also stars Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, Joe Taslim, and Luke Evans.

“The Fast and the Furious 6” opens in theaters May 24, 2013.


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