HOLLYWOOD — At Thursday’s “Fast and Furious” preem at the Gibson Amphitheater, producer Neal Moritz joked that there’s only one bit of advice he gives directors about his successful franchise.
“Make it fast,” he said. “Or make me furious.”
After-party for the 2,000-strong aud was on the amphitheater’s lawn, where Universal chairman Marc Shmuger said he thought the key to making the fourth outing work was reuniting the cast from the first pic.
“This movie captures love of cars, street culture and the best vibe of what we want from action films,” said Shmuger. “The adrenaline it bottles and delivers to the audience is irresistible.”