If you stayed for the mid-credits scene in Fast Five, then this new still will look pretty familiar. The sequence teased the return of Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) into the franchise, though she didn't interact with Dom (Vin Diesel). That same scene also included the return of Monica Fuentes (Eva Mendes). If you missed the scene in theaters, check it out below, along with the new still.
Fast & Furious 6 is set to arrive back in theaters May 26.
-- Twihards, mark this date on your Twilight-themed calendars: March 2. That's the day Breaking Dawn – Part 2 arrives on home video. The Blu-ray and 2-disc DVD will include a seven-part making-of documentary providing a behind the scenes look of the franchise, commentary with director Bill Condon and a "Jump To" feature allowing fans to skip ahead to their favorite scenes featuring Edward Cullen and Jacob Black (Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner).
Breaking Dawn – Part I will come out with an extended edition on March 2 and both films are available for pre-order beginning today.
-- Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (perhaps best known for playing Mr. Eko on LOST) will make his Marvel debut in Thor: The Dark World playing both Algrim and Kurse. The actor spoke with MTV about his character, fights and potentially returning for more movies.
"Kurse is very animalistic. He's got these horns, so what I did was try to go with that flow so my movements were very much like an animal. You had to contort your body and your head cause I've got these big horns on my head. Very, very different style from Chris'."
Given the presence of Kurse and Malekith in the film, the actor also shed some light on how much Loki (Tom Hiddleston) would appear in the sequel.
"He gets his fair share, me and him as well. The great thing about Kurse, he's having it with everybody. Loki has some amazing fights in this, everybody gets their shine. There's some great surprises."
Marvel being known for signing actors to multi-film contracts, Adewale was asked if he would be appearing in any other upcoming Marvel films.
"We're talking about that. Obviously Marvel is a great family that I'm happy to be working with. We had a great time, so I'd love to continue that relationship."
Thor: The Dark World arrives in theaters on November 8.