Tyrese Gibson

Ride with the Fast and Furious family as part of a Paul Walker Foundation charity initiative

Ever wanted to see a Fast and Furious car chase in action? Or learn hand-to-hand combat from Michelle Rodriguez? Or have a smoothie made personally for you by Scott Eastwood? As part of Fast 8’s new charity initiative with Omaze, you may have the chance to do just that.

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Tyrese Gibson returning for Transformers: The Last Knight

Robert Epps returns.

Tyrese Gibson has announced that he will be reprising his role as the military sergeant in the upcoming fifth Transformers movie. The actor posted several photos with director Michael Bay to tease his return for Transformers: The Last Knight, adding, “Summer 2017 just got even more interesting.”

Gibson previously appeared as Epps in the first three Transformers films, sitting out 2014’s Age of Extinction.

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Tyrese Gibson calls on Chris Rock to step down as Oscars host

This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.COM.

Tyrese Gibson is urging Chris Rock to step down as this year’s Oscars host.

Gibson, 37, weighed in on the controversy surrounding the Oscars for the lack of diversity among nominees, saying people need to start taking a stand — and it should start with Rock.

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8 suggestions for what to call the 8th Fast and Furious

If there’s one consistently inconsistent aspect of the Fast and Furious franchise, it’s that each film’s name follows a different format from the last. Sometimes, even a singl movie goes by two different names. Take the franchise’s sixth film, for example: The movie is called Furious 6 in its opening credits. But marketing, including the film’s post-release box art, calls it Fast and Furious 6 instead.

With that in mind: Presuming Furious 7 (which we should actually be calling Furious Seven, according to director James Wan) does well enough for Universal to greenlight an eighth film (and all early signs suggest it will), what, exactly, are they going to call it?

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On the scene at the Furious 7 premiere concert: We are family

The crowded backstage during the ending of Furious 7 Takes Over REVOLT Live hosted two candid moments for two of the film’s stars. After Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth performed their Paul Walker ode “See You Again,” Tyrese greeted both sincerely, visibly moved at their tribute of his late friend and costar.

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