How do I…..Say goodbye….to what we had??
Part four is here and its all about the boyzzz! Cars will be raced, beers will be drunk and chrome domes will clash, so lets get started. We pick up on the gang keeping tabs on our man Hobbs. Hobbs seems to be in deep thought though. Perhaps wondering what he’s gonna do when his head inevitably grows too big for these types of portraits. Amputation is not an option.
It’s also not an option to say no to guest writing this post. Nick is here to shed some more light and extra turtle wax on those chrome domes. Get your sunglasses ready.
Y’all thought I forgot about my old faithful, the Fast Franchi$e, but I assure that I have not. This grill casserole has been in the oven for quite some time, its not loaded with peas and rice and shit, just pure unfiltered grill magic. Homeboy Campos (John Ortiz) is ready to get this show on the road. I myself am pretty much ready to get this show on the road. Let’s do this.
The look on Brian O’Conner’s (Paul Walker) face tells us that we are in for some serious bromance grills. The boys return to earlier movies full bromance form in this edition. Snap in the seat belts and hold on tight.
Some promo materials for the cast of Fast Five, aka “Wild Speed: Mega Max” here in Japan. I’m guessing “Fast and Furious” never translated well, or was a little too intimidating for the movie going crowd here, so the entire franchise was renamed “Wairudo Supi-do”. Enjoy the promo site too.
First up we have our main man Paul Walker, gun held close, grill held closer.
“Calling all Grill Wilson readers, this is your boy Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel). I took a little break from the series but that tiny cameo in Tokyo Drift reminded me what I was missing out on. ” Let’s see if the old boy still has it in him to do major level grill work.