The 15 "Fast and Furious" Goddesses to Follow on Instagram
Yes, the blockbuster film franchise is all about action. But don't forget the beauties.
The Fast and the Furious franchise has moved beyond its humble origins as a street racing movie to become one of the highest-grossing franchises in Hollywood history (Furious 7, the last entry in the franchise before this weekend's new release, The Fate of the Furious, made over $1.5 billion worldwide). And while the outrageous action scenes probably have something to do with the popularity of the movies, we'd wager that the myriad of insanely beautiful women who have populated the franchise over the years doesn't hurt either. Here they all are. And when your done hitting that "like" button, get ready to Celebrate Spring with These 15 Instagram Goddesses.
It's no surprise that The Fast and the Furious franchise would want to do business with Rousey, who cameoed in Furious 7. The UFC star is, after all, one of the most beautiful athletes on the planet, and she can more than handle her own in a fight sequence, too.
This Game of Thrones beauty is a recent addition to the franchise, having joined in Furious 7. When she's not acting, she's frequently pursuing her love for yoga and documenting it on Instagram.
This iconic blonde beauty is making her franchise debut in Fate of the Furious, but she's no stranger to vehicle-driven action movies. (See: Mad Max: Fury Road, and The Italian Job.)
Gadot had star turns in four of the films in the franchise, though she won't make an appearance in The Fate of the Furious. Instead, fans will have to make do by watching her kick ass and not take names (or numbers) in the upcoming Wonder Woman and Justice League movies.
Mendes has only made one Fast appearance so far, way back in 2 Fast 2 Furious. Given that the franchise has a penchant for bringing back old characters, hopefully they will find a way to bring this living, breathing goddess back soon.
Rodriguez is a franchise mainstay at this point, having appeared in five out of the eight movies so far. She's often typecast as tough, tomboyish women, but we have no problem seeing her dolled up on the red carpet, either.
Another franchise mainstay, Brewster was a part of the cast of the original The Fast and the Furious. It's safe to say we're glad she's stuck around. She can also be seen on the the new Lethal Weapon TV series.
The Madrid-born Pataky joined the franchise with Fast Five. We're glad to say she's made herself a series regular, having appeared in every subsequent Fast movie to date.
An MMA star and scene stealer from Deadpool made her way to the franchise in Fast and Furious 6. We can't be the only ones who would kill to see her and Rousey face off in a future movie.
This British musician had a cameo in Fast and Furious 6. We know she's busy serenading the world with her golden voice, but hopefully she can step down the podium and onto the silver screen some time soon.
Sadly, Aoki has not made a return to the franchise since appearing in 2 Fast 2 Furious. Thankfully, she's been staying busy, picking up steady acting gigs to go along with her career as a fashion model.
Michelle has only appeared in the franchise once so far, in Fast and Furious, maybe because she was too busy working on her collection of poetry, wooing our hearts in more ways than one.
Another musician cameo for the franchise, the Australian rapper appeared as a female racer in Furious 7. As far as we know, she's the only goddess who also contributed to the film's soundtrack.
You know you love her.
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