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‘Furious 7’ Breaks Box Office Records

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Furious 7 did wonders this weekend at the box office, raking in a whopping $143.6 million from 4,004 locations.

According to reports, the film’s release not only became the ninth-biggest opening of all time, but broke pre-summer, April, studio, Easter and franchise records.

And according to Dwayne Johnson, producers are already discussing another Fast & Furious excursion . “I think there may be another one,” Johnson told HipHollywood.  “I think there are a few more miles left on this franchise. They are talking about it now and we can have early discussions about it now which I’m cool with. But I think let’s let Furious 7 come out and see how the fans respond to it.”

Furious 7 was released just 16 months after the death of the franchise’s star, Paul Walker. Paul died in a car crash in November 2013 before the movie wrapped production.

“I appreciate all the fans, the prayers and energy for Paul’s family and his daughter specifically as well as towards us,” Tyrese told HipHollywood. “It was through prayers and energy that we were able to pick up the pieces and close it out.”

Furious 7 is in theaters now.

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