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With the death of Paul Walker, many fans are wondering what will happen to Fast & Furious 7. The film, which is scheduled to hit theaters July 11, 2014, is currently in production, and some of Walker's key scenes as undercover-cop-turned-thief Brian O'Connor were days away from being filmed. A source told TMZ, "No one wants to even think about the movie. Period." The film's director James Wan hasn't commented on the production, but reportedly met with Universal Studio execs this weekend.
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Jeff Bezos announced that Amazon wants to use drones to deliver your order within a half hour. He says that the project, which is heavily in the R&D stage right now, couldn't debut before 2015 even if Amazon were ready because of FAA regulations, but estimates that it could still be another four or five years. The goal is for PrimeAir to do quick and light deliveries (Bezos called out kayaks as an item that the drones probably won't be able to handle) around a 10-mile radius. The drone fleet would be greener than using trucks because it would be all electric, and people's stuff would find them wherever they were based on GPS coordinates they entered at checkout.
Metallica has been quoted saying they "Don't plan on stopping" but when are we going to be getting new music? They have announced that when they hit the road next summer playing a bunch of dates in Europe, they'll be letting their fans pick the set lists. But best of all....they're leaving a slot open where they can play a new track, and they plan to play it every night of the tour. So if you want to hear new music from them, you'll need to go see them live to get it now.
While only three cities have been announced for the band’s Metallica by Request tour — all in Germany, all during the first nine days of June — the group is promising more dates as well as exclusive set lists. After fans purchase tickets online, they’ll be sent an e-mail with a code that will allow them to choose which songs they want to hear at the show.
Metallica sent out a press release saying they'll be playing 18 songs at the shows and they're letting fans pic 17 of the tracks they want to play.