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‘Fast and Furious 7’ Adds ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Nathalie Emmanuel to Cast

It seems that Director James Wan has no plans to slow down when it comes to this amazingly awesome and growing Fast and Furious 7 cast.

According to Deadline and Coming Soon, Nathalie Emmanuel has been recruited to join the cast of Fast and Furious 7. She will be joining new additions like Jason Statham, Tony Jaa and Kurt Russell and current franchise members like Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez and many others.

As with Jaa and Russell, Emmanuel’s character description has not been disclosed yet, but Deadline did add that “Emmanuel will be part of the pedal to the medal team led by Dom Toretto, played by Vin Diesel”.

Other than that, Fast and Furious 7 will be coming to theaters July 11, 2014 and most of the action will be returning to Los Angeles (Although, production is eyeing a shoot in Atlanta).

I haven’t seen Nathalie Emmanuel in much, other than Game of Thrones, but I think she’ll definitely be a nice addition.

 

Sources: Deadline, ComingSoon

Images From: Writing.wikinut.com, Screen Crush

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