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Justice for Han Comment by Hobbs & Shaw Writer is criticized by Michelle Rodriguez

Chris Morgan’s remark regarding “Justice for Han” in Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw has drawn criticism from Michelle Rodriguez. Han, a cool-as-a-cucumber driver, first appeared in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift in 2006 as Sung Kung.

Before Fast & Furious 6’s mid-credits scene caught up to Tokyo Drift in the timeline and revealed that Han had, in fact, been killed by future Furious Seven villain Deckard Shaw, he would go on to appear in the next three Fast & Furious films (Jason Statham).

However, it wasn’t until 2017’s The Fate of the Furious that the phrase “Justice for Han” was really coined. The scene where Shaw shakes hands with Dominic Toretto’s character,

played by Vin Diesel, after saving his baby kid and appearing to have forgotten that Shaw murdered a member of his extended family, served as inspiration.

Hobbs & Shaw, the year’s spinoff movie, further develops the latter into a misunderstood antihero and includes a sentence that, according to writer Morgan, alludes to the notion that “Justice for Han” is on the way. But it seems like that’s a little deceptive.

Rodriguez criticized Morgan’s remarks on Twitter and the suggestion that he was somehow engaged in bringing Han “Justice”.

For those not familiar, Hobbs & Shaw as well as Morgan penned the last six mainline Fast & Furious films beginning with Tokyo Drift (which he wrote with Drew Pearce).

Contrarily, Rodriguez, who has been a part of the Fast & Furious movies from the beginning, has acknowledged having problems with the way Fate of the Furious handled Han’s passing during the making of the movie.

She is by no means the only person to be critical of Hobbs & Shaw’s hint that “Justice for Han” is on the way. The spinoff has also been under fire for its attempts to retcon Shaw’s background and portray him in a more complicated light while (in essence) ignoring the fact that he killed numerous people, Han included, in the opening sequence of Fast & Furious 6 and Furious Seven alone.

Furthermore, it’s important to note that Morgan was unable to write Fast & Furious 9 alone due to his obligations to Hobbs & Shaw. This fact supports Rodriguez’s claim that he has “absolutely nothing” to do with the way the film is attempting to deliver Han “Justice.”

Rodriguez has previously been unafraid to express her disapproval of the Fast & Furious series, and she even played a role in securing the series’ first female writer for Fast & Furious 9.

She might be more responsible for how the movie pays tribute to Han than other veteran Fast & Furious creators, in other words.Fans can find solace in the knowledge that “Justice for Han” will appear in Fast & Furious 9. (and for real this time).

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The Ultimate List of the Best Action Movie Hero Names

Arnold Schwarzenegger (aka “Arnie”, “The Austrian Oak”, or “The Govenator”) is an ultimate action movie legend of the first class. Both a former Mr. Universe and Mr. Olympia champion bodybuilder and former Governor of California, Arnold has risen to the highest levels of worldly success.

Born in Thal, Styria, Austria, Arnold made his breakthrough into Hollywood action movies originally in sword-and-sorcery with Conan the Barbarian and in sci-fi with The Terminator, early roles which let him hide his thick accent and lack of American acting experience.

However, Arnold quickly found his niche and would go on to helm some of the most critically and commercially successful action movie blockbusters of all time. Including Terminator 2: Judgement Day and the Terminator Series, Commando, Predator, Total Recall and True Lies to name a few. While he has eased up in later years to pursue public office, his legacy remains Arnold strong!

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American Ninja 4: The Annihilation (1991) Biography, Plot, Trailer

American Ninja 4: The Annihilation (1991)
American Ninja 4: The Annihilation (1991)

American Ninja 4: The Annihilation (1991)

American Ninja 4: The Annihilation is a 1991 American martial arts action film starring Michael Dudikoff, David Bradley, and James Booth. A sequel to American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt (1989), it is the fourth installment in the American Ninja franchise, followed by American Ninja V and was directed by Cedric Sundstrom. The film marked Michael Dudikoff’s final appearance in the American Ninja franchise.

American Ninja 4: The Annihilation (1991)


A Delta Force unit attempts to escape from a pursuing group of ninja in a foreign country but most are killed and the rest are captured. The secret Ninja Army is headed by Colonel Scarf Mulgrew) an ex-British policeman and anti-American who has joined with Shiekh Ali Maksood, a Muslim militant, who plans to bring a suitcase nuke to New York. Mulgrew threatens to burn the commandos alive and use the nuke unless he is paid a ransom of 50 million dollars. Agents Sean Davidson and Carl Brackston are sent on a covert mission to rescue the prisoners and defeat the terrorists.


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Sean and Carl parachute in and meet their contact Pango. While gathering information from a local operative named Freddie, they are confronted by Mulgrew and the corrupt local police headed by O’Reilly. Freddie is killed by Mulgrew but Sean, Carl, and Pango escape. Pango takes them to Dr. Sarah a Peace Corps nurse who hides them from the police. Soon after ninjas attack, capturing Sean, Carl and Sarah alive while Pango escapes, and imprisoning them in an old British fort to be tortured by Mulgrew. Mulgrew assaults Sarah and later it is revealed Mulgrew killed her father.


  • Michael Dudikoff as Agent Joe Armstrong
  • David Bradley as Agent Sean Davidson
  • Dwayne Alexandre as Agent Carl Brackston
  • Robin Stille as Dr. Sarah[3]
  • Ken Gampu as Dr. Tamba
  • James Booth as Colonel Scarf Mulgrew
  • Ron Smerczak as Shiekh Ali Maksood
  • Frantz Dobrowsky as Captain O’Reilly
  • Kely McClung as Super Ninja
  • Jody Abrahams as Pango
  • Anthony Fridjhon as Freddie / Treddle
  • David Sherwood as Gavin
  • Sean Kelly as Norris
  • Jamie Bartlett as Segal
  • John Pasternak as Carlos
  • Robin B. Smith as Schultz
  • Shane Safi as Little Special School Child

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Will Smith CONFRONTS Jim Carrey For HUMILIATING Him On Live TV

Get ready for the ultimate showdown! In this explosive video, Will Smith confronts Jim Carrey after being publicly humiliated on live TV.

The two Hollywood legends have a long-standing rivalry, but things came to a head after Jim’s controversial comments about Will during an interview.
With tensions running high, Will finally has the opportunity to confront Jim face-to-face and demand an apology.

But will Jim be able to make amends for his insulting remarks, or will this confrontation only escalate the feud further?
Watch now to find out!

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But will Jim be able to make amends for his insulting remarks, or will this confrontation only escalate the feud further?
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