Fast Five on iTunes Store is taking pre-orders now. I can't wait to purchase and taking more and more screenshots with my iPhone and iPad!
BTW, sounds like Fast Five is now in theaters in Japan. I know it's so slow. But I heard Japan is the only piracy-proof market. So, people there can wait even after the illegal versions are everywhere online. People still care about the legal version and enjoy the promotion period and pay close attentions to all the details like what models are there. I think Hollywood loves Japan.
This pic is not from Fast Five. Sorry, if you are confused.
OK. I won't pretend. I'm a girl. I have never been big on cars. Honestly, I don't recognize any specific models in the movies featuring cars. Wait. I'm from Japan. And I do feel proud when I see most of the cars I can see in the parking log of my work or the shopping mall near-by are Japanese cars. But that does not make me qualify talking about cars. I guess I can only talk about cars I owned in the past. But I do recognized RX-7. Because it's so famous, and that's the car most of fans from Tokyo Drift would associate to Sung's character.
Anyway, sounds like even more rare super cars were actually in Fast Five. I don't mind reading what Sung felt about them. I am also up for listening what were Sung's past cars. It's so good to know that Sung's favorite is a Japanese car! (Lexus LFA?)