Vin Diesel is an awful actor. But a f*%king ripped, good looking dude with a name befitting of such a hardass. So he has that going for...

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Fast & Furious 7 has been changed to simply Furious 7, and the late Paul Walker is featured in a new video promoting the film entitled "The Road To Furious 7."

In anticipation of the 2015 premiere of the latest installment in the Fast & Furious franchise, Universal has released new details and video for the project.

The studio calls Furious 7 "the very best movie yet" and in "The Road To Furious 7," we see a montage of clips from the first six Fast & Furious movies.

Clocking in at nearly three minutes, the video focuses on leading man Vin Diesel and the late Paul Walker, who was killed in a car crash last November.

Clips with Ludacris, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Rita Ora, Michael Ealy, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster, and others are also featured.

Walker still will appear in Furious 7, as he began filming it before his death and his brothers Cody and Caleb Walker have stepped in to finish his work.

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Vin Diesel has shared a new photo on social media of himself and the late Paul Walker in the upcoming seventh installment of the Fast and Furious franchise.

Universal sent him some photos, Diesel said on Facebook, along with the movie's trailer. Naturally, he was quick to share this photo of the co-stars and friends:

Paul Walker and Vin Diesel Fast 7 Photo

"Universal came to visit, to show the trailer for FF7," Vin wrote. "Speechless... yeah, it was that INCREDIBLE! I must also say, that it was emotional and bittersweet."

"We all went above and beyond to make Pablo proud," he adds, "but man, I wish he could see what we have created and just how far we have come."

By Pablo he means Paul Walker, who died in a car accident last Thanksgiving weekend at age 40, leaving a beautiful daughter, and legacy, behind.

Even though the star's tragic death delayed Fast and Furious 7 considerably, the filmmakers used CGI and Walker's two brothers to complete it.

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While younger celebs have moved on Twitter, Instagram, and that wacky Snapchat, Vin Diesel is still kicking it old school and posting his nude photos on Facebook, where they won't disappear after 10 seconds.

Yes, Vinny D has quite the online following (he has so many likes he claims Facebook owes him "billions of dollars"), and he decided to reward his faithful female fans today with a revealing shower selfie.

Vin Diesel Nude Photo

So not only did he get to play the coolest role in Guardians of the Galaxy, Vin also apparently has a waterproof iPhone. If this dude isn't winning the summer of 2014, we don't know who is.

Naturally, the pic received about a bajillion comments within minutes - most of them from female fans who seem to approve of the view. But for our money, this shower shot is not the best thing Groot has posted online recently.

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There you are, doinking around on Facebook while your wee one watches cartoons when you hear it. A voice you recognize but can't quite place. YOU KNOW THAT VOICE!

You're totally not crazy. Many famous faces lend, or have lent, their voices to the animated screen, bringing characters large and small to life.

Voice acting is actually a lucrative career, one in which Rachel FredericksonThe Biggest Loser winner, worked before becoming a tabloid celebrity because of her dramatic weight loss. 

Some got their starts that way, while others retreated to the world of animation when their faces were too famous for them to play any other roles. 

Scroll through 21 celebrities who have voiced cartoon characters and see which ones you recognize immediately, and which come as a total surprise:

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Mandy Moore brought Tangled's Rapunzel to life on the big screen. Now she's Sheriff Callie on Sheriff Callie's Wild West.

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What's in a name? As it turns out, maybe everything.

Since Shakespeare first posited the question in Romeo and Juliet, actors have been using fake names to land professional roles. Not only did it allow them some semblance of privacy before the dawn of Wikipedia, but let's face it, some people just aren't born with great names.

Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor? Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta? Quite a mouthful.

If an actor or musician's entire career is dedicated to being someone else - a character or personality, perhaps - then a good stage name can go a long way to making that career explode.

More celebrities use pseudonyms than you might think. In fact, here are 67 stars who don't use their real names. Which ones did you know before viewing this gallery?

Musical sensation Lorde was given the name Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor at birth. We'd probably go with Lorde, too.

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Vin Diesel, like the rest of us, loves some Katy Perry. Also like the rest of us, he felt the need to record himself dancing to her latest hit, and share it online.

Seriously, this is a real video.

Press play and watch in awe as Vin shows off his moves to "Dark Horse," working the dance floor and seductively staring at the camera with his piercing gaze:

Diesel explained about halfway through this dance session, which he put on Facebook, that he'd received a bit of good news and felt like cutting loose.

That news? Justin Bieber's arrest last week. Just kidding.

"Universal just called me and told me Riddick is #1 on the DVD charts," he said, excitedly ... apparently a lot of people watch Riddick online and/or on DVD.

Vin has had hit films in the past, but says he is particularly excited about this because it was a challenge to even get the movie made in the first place.

What better way to celebrate than to get down to "Dark Horse" (debuted live the other night in Katy Perry's Grammy performance) and later Beyonce?

Exactly. Now we just need to see Vin in some of these costumes ...

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Got a little over 18 minutes handy? And a box of tissues?

Then you need to watch the following video.

Vin Diesel posted a lengthy, emotional tribute to Paul Walker on Facebook yesterday, giving fan a "glimpse of Dom and Brian off screen," as the actor said in the post.

"You have always been so supportive, especially in these past two months," Diesel wrote as an introduction to followers. "So, I wanted to share something personal that I worked on through the New Year, in honor of my brother Pablo… Paul."

The footage features Walker and Diesel spending time together in a number of ways, from promoting the Fast and the Furious franchise to simply hanging out.

The words "Miss You" scroll across at the end.

The Paul Walker autopsy came out a few days ago and revealed grisly details about the actor's death.

Fast & Furious 7, meanwhile, is scheduled to be released in April 2015 and will NOT kill off Walker's Brian O'Conner. The character will instead of "retired" in some kind of way.

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Vin Diesel gave an emotional speech at the Paul Walker crash site and makeshift memorial Monday night, addressing the throng of fans who have gathered there.

Paul's co-star in the Fast and the Furious films addressed his fellow mourners, thanking them for "showing that angel in heaven how much you appreciate him."

Diesel and Walker considered each other close friends off camera, and it showed as Vin spoke to the star's fans with a heavy heart. Check out the clip:

When Vin arrived at the site, an officer allowed him to use the loudspeaker from a police car to address the crowd with his short but heartfelt speech.

"To show the love that you have shown Paul," an emotional Diesel told Walker's fans, speaking for so many of them, "it's gonna stay with me forever."

No doubt Paul Walker's father would approve, and agree.

After the speech, TMZ asked Vin about the future of the movie franchise, and he replied, "I can't even think about anything but the loss of a loved one."

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In a back and forth to somewhat rival John Barrowman's involvement in the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special, Vin Diesel is hinting once again that he is part of a Marvel project.

Diesel posted the image below on his Facebook page and although it was taken down from the main page, it can still be found in the photo albums.

Vin Diesel Groot

That, of course, would be the Guardians of the Galaxy member, Groot. 

Despite Marvel Studios president, Kevin Feige, saying that Diesel wasn't involved in anything at the studio any time soon, could he be the voice of Groot?

Hopefully we'll know either way very soon!

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The first Riddick trailer is here! Watch it now:

Vin Diesel returns to play the title antihero in the third film of the sci-fi action franchise.

This time, with Riddick left for dead on an alien planet, he must fight a barrage of alien creatures. His only hope for survival is to send for help from the very people he was trying to avoid.

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