Furious 7 Recreated with Pixar’s Cars Characters

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Photo: screenshot from Youtube
If you’re a fan of the Fast and Furious franchise, then you probably took the latest installment of the saga pretty seriously. As internet memes would put it: it hit you right in the feels. But what if the entire movie was an animation done by the geniuses from Pixar?
Don't you know who they are? Well, have you ever heard of Toy Story? Maybe Brave is more to your liking or possibly Up? Yes, they are all movies made by the American production company and all of them have a more or less tearful ending.

Since we’re talking about Fast and Furious here and we are an automotive website, the one movie that was burned into our collective memory the deepest was Cars. You probably saw it either all by yourself or thanks to a younger sibling from your family.

Well, the guys from IGN thought that since we’re all hyped about the last movie featuring Paul Walker (or at least his image) a complete rework of the title could be done using characters from the animation.

Therefore, below, you’ll find a short trailer of the Furious 7 movie done completely in the Cars universe. What strikes us the most is the choice of going with Mater as Vin Diesel’s character, Dom Toretto, one that could bruise the famous actor’s character a little.

On the other hand, picking Finn McMissile as the villain might be just as peculiar since the car voiced by Michael Caine is the good guy in Cars. Well, at least there’s the British accent to back the choice up here, as both the character played by Jason Statham in the action flick and the aforementioned spy from the animation have similar origins in terms of speech.

All jokes aside, someone must’ve had a lot of spare time to set this thing up, and we can only praise him/her for it! Good job!

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