Vin Diesel Says A Scene From A Fast And Furious Film Might Be The Best, Ever


With the next installment into the Fast and Furious franchise being delayed an entire year due to a good part of Earth being locked down for a bit. Star of the films, Vin Diesel, who plays Dominic Toretto, had something quite bold to say about Furious 7. Granted it’s likely that a good deal of emotion was a factor with his statement, even so, it’s a pretty big claim to make.

Diesel says that the ending of Furious 7. The scene, which is a combination of CGI and Paul Walker’s brothers helping to bring the actor back, might be the greatest scene in cinematic history, I will acknowledge he threw the might in there, which does take down the size of his statement just a little bit.

While it was a really cool scene, and a beautiful nod to Walker, I have to say for the title of the greatest scene in cinematic history, well, let’s just say that there are a s**tload of contenders and even more movie geeks that would probably put up an argument.

You can check out Diesel’s full quote below, or watch the video. You must choose, but choose wisely. Just kidding, you can certainly read the quote and watch the video clip.

“I was so reluctant to go back to filming. I just felt like the studio was asking me to go back to a funeral, and I was so, so, so, so, so broken by it. But I didn’t want anyone to use the tragedy as a story plot. It was so important to me…It was a very, very tough moment. But there was some solace in the fact that we were able to protect from the natural whim of a producer or anyone to say, ‘Well now you’re going to go avenge the character,’ and use it as a plot and we were able to do something so beautiful and so classy. It might be the best moment in cinematic history – not just in my career but in cinematic history. Men around the world were allowed to — everyone was able to cry — but men around the planet, for the first time in history, were able to cry together.”

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As I said above, Diesel’s friendship with Walker certainly plays a part in his opinion, and there’s nothing wrong with that. It does seem as if the scene is Diesel’s personal greatest scene. Paul Walker, while not new to Hollywood, had what appeared to be a bright career ahead of him. I just feel like Walker was on the edge of really blowing up had he not tragically passed away.

My favorite Paul Walker movie? I would definitely recommend Running Scared.

What is your greatest scene in cinematic history? Indiana Jones and the Knight is pretty good, not saying that’s my pick, but it’s definitely in the running.

Let us know you’re top three scenes in cinematic history in the comments down below!

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