In my previous blog I re-posted Sung Kang's Instagram account were we saw Han with the Mazda RX-7 from Tokyo Drift on the top picture and Han in Fast X reunites With his Iconic Tokyo Drift Car.
F9 marked a momentous reunion for Sung Kang‘s Han, who came back from the dead to join Vin Diesel and his other old crewmates, but with Fast X currently in production, another reunion is now in store for the beloved character. Sharing the sentimental news over on Instagram, Sung posted side-by-side photos of himself standing by the iconic yellow and black Mazda RX-7 FD he first drove in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
As most fans would remember, it was the very vehicle that Han met what the audience believed to be his fateful death in the 2006 film in a fiery crash. Returning to the franchise years later, it turns out that Han’s death was planned and faked by Kurt Russell’s Mr. Nobody, subsequently allowing him to link up with his old crew once again.
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Fast X' s next European location is in Portugal and as far as we learn in "The Portugal News" "Filming for Fast and Furious is taking place.
“Due to the filming of a movie by Universal Pictures [“Fast and Furious”], on June 28, between 6:00 am and 10:00 pm, the A24 Motorway will be closed between Lamego (entrance nº9) and Armamar/Valdigem ( entry nº10)”, informed the Lamego City Council. In a press release, published on the website and social networks of the municipality, the municipal executive makes an “apology for the inconvenience” and publishes a note from the film producer.
Carcavelos, Portugal, June 26 (Reuters) - In superhero blockbuster Aquaman, popular Hollywood actor Jason Momoa plays the role of protector of the deep, but with the world's oceans under threat in real life, he is also taking the fight off-screen.
UNEP Names Jason Momoa Official Advocated For Life Below Water
Lisbon, 27 June 2022 – Movie star and ocean activist Jason Momoa was designated the UN Environment Programmer's (UNEP) Advocate for Life Below Water today at a major conference mobilizing global support for an ocean besieged by the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and rampant pollution.
The UN Ocean Conference, co-hosted by Portugal and Kenya and attended by thousands of ocean advocates from business, civil society and government - including several Heads of State - will advance progress on science-based solutions to ensure better management and conservation of the ocean and its resources. The conference, which is aligned to SDG 14, life below water, stresses the critical need for scientific knowledge and marine technology to build ocean resilience, and is expected to culminate in a negotiated political declaration.
The Aquaman actor, who has worked with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii and re-Purpose Global, described how humbled he felt to be entrusted with the responsibility to promote ocean health: “With this designation, I hope to continue my own journey to protect and conserve the ocean and all living things on our beautiful blue planet, for our generation and the generations to come.” Follow tis link to see the complete page at UNEP
Jason Momoa's Kids Support Him as He's Named UNEP Advocate for Life Below Water: 'Papa Loves You'
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We're excited to welcome ocean activist & movie star Jason Momoa @prideofgypsies , a native Hawaiian with Polynesian roots has long championed the rights of people of island nations, as a UNEP Advocate for Life Below Water 🌊. “For me, the ocean is an ancient teacher, a guide and a muse. It is also existential. Without a healthy ocean, life on our planet as we know it would not exist. With this designation, I hope to continue my own journey to protect and conserve the ocean and all living things on our beautiful blue planet, for our generation and the generations to come.” Momoa's appointment came at the @UnitedNations Ocean Conference, aiming to mobilize global support for an ocean besieged by the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and rampant pollution, where he received the Nature Baton from the UN Special Envoy for the Ocean, Peter Thomson. The Nature Baton, a global collaboration for the ocean’s wellbeing, has shone a spotlight on the need for action to save the world’s ocean, and is a metaphor for the journey ocean champions have taken this year from Brest to Nairobi for the UN Environment Assembly #UNEA5, to Palau for the Our Oceans Conference, and for #WorldEnvironmentDay in Stockholm, on the road to Lisbon. Join us in welcoming Jason Momoa in the comments below! #SaveOurOcean #CleanSeas #BeatPlasticPollution #UNOC2022