Charlize Theron honoured to be the first female villain in Fast and Furious 8

Charlize Theron honoured to be the first female villain in Fast and Furious 8

Charlize Theron will be a new character in the newest installment of the “Fast and Furious” franchise, “Fast 8,” she will be appearing as the first female villain in Fast and Furious series.

The trailer of the eighth installment of Fast and Furious was sizzled by the 41-year-old Hollywood superstar as she mixed beauty with danger. The movie will be sparkling with stars like “like Theron, Helen Mirren, Scott Eastwood, Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and Kurt Russell.”

Theron said in a statement. “What a great place to find yourself in; to not only be offered a great role in one of the greatest franchises ever, but to be the first female villain… That’s a real honour,”

Charlize Theron, who will represent “Fast 8’s” main villain, can be seen walking into a room with guns, flaunting a ponytail, Metallica T-shirt and a jacket. “Our crew has faced former military, mercenaries & more. On the official twitter account The new trailer also gives fans a sneak peek at Cipher’s global powers, who has the ability to hack into any automobile. The trailer also featured franchise veterans Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Ludacris and Tyrese Gibson.

The movie starts with Dom and Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) on their honeymoon, while Brian and Mia living a retired from the game.Despite all trying to live a normal life, things take a drastic turn.
“Cipher is the real deal, too. At her core she is completing this rapacious, and that says a lot about a character. As an actor, there is something great about witnessing a character just coming in and taking what she wants… And doing it in a way that’s unexpected,” she added.

The film is due to release on April 14.

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