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Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 04 February 2010 09:08

Yes, they're back and they're even more fast and furious than the last four times. Justin Lin, in a bold change of career direction, presents: Fast & Furious 5. Or Fast 5. Or 5 Fast. Or Furious 5 who are also Fast. Like the title matters - whatever it's called it'll still be the same flipping film.

Fast & Furious 4 - or The Fast & The Furious - made $350 million for Universal last year. No wonder they've got Vin Diesel and Paul Walker back on board for another sequel. And all the F&F nuts out there will be pleased to hear that Scott Morgan's scribbling the screenplay. So in other words, it's exactly the same film all over again.