A Scene From Fast & Furious 7 Is On The Fast 6 Blu-Ray

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If you can't wait until July 11, 2014 for Fast & Furious 7, Movies.com reports a full scene from the latest installment of the Vin Diesel-Paul Walker action franchise will be available on the Blu-Ray of Fast & Furious 6 when it's released next week on December 10th.

And if you can't even wait until December 10th to know what the scene entails, we have that info too. Spoilers below for Fast 7 and the end of Fast 6 but here's a hint if you don't want to read any further for specifics: the scene in question is not car-related at all.

Here's how Movies.com describe the scene and the revelations within:

The scene in question is the gang at Han's funeral. So, if you were hoping that his death at the end of Fast & Furious 6 (which, in a surprise twist, was actually from Tokyo Drift) was a misdirect, it looks like you're out of luck. He's dead for real, and it's hit the gang hard. There aren't any tears shed (they're all too manly for that), but Vin Diesel does croak out "You were always my brother, Han. He put you in this grave, so now I'll do the same to him."

But Han's death isn't the big takeaway from the scene. We already knew he was dead. The bombshell comes when Ludacris says, "First Han, now Hobbs is laid up, of all people." So at some point between FF6 and FF7, something serious happened to Hobbs to put him in the hospital. Considering new director James Wan has been tweeting about filming with the Rock, and the latter has been showing pictures from the set, it's not like the accident will be offscreen. We're betting that whatever happens to put Hobbs out of commission happens very early on during FF7, probably during the film's opening action scene.

Poor Han. And we have officially full-circled back to Tokyo Drift, with the rest of the franchise presumably taking place after the second sequel, chronologically speaking at least. Lucas Black is back, and there's going to be at least a couple more of these.

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