Oh Great, Now We Can See Vin Diesel Live In The Fast And Furious Tour


Think he'll be wearing a white tank top?

Vin Diesel has clearly embraced his role as both star and producer of the “Fast and Furious” franchise, and he could be coming to your city. You should be excited because…it’s Vin Diesel! In an announcement on his Facebook page, the actor has stated that he’ll be participating in the upcoming "Fast and Furious Live" international arena tour. Both Universal Studios and Brand Events are joining forces for the live events which will begin this January. Diesel himself sounds mighty excited to see his fans in-person:

“I am in New York, believe it or not, and we are filming something that is going to be pretty state of the art, something no one’s ever seen before, which is a live show. I think it’s first going to be showed at the O2 Arena in London, but it’s going to go all over the world and we’re really excited about it. It’ll be a way for you to see the action first-hand.”

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The live-action shows will apparently feature re-creations of some of the stunts and cars from the eight blockbuster movies, and, of course, Diesel will be at the center of it all. No word yet if he’ll be in character as Dominic Toretto or simply himself. Would you be able to tell the difference anyway? The complete "Fast and Furious Live" international tour schedule hasn’t been announced, but we’re certain Diesel himself will let the world know once those dates and locations are finalized.

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