The two key cast of "The Fast and the Furious", Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, are coming back on the fourth installment of Universal Pictures' street car racing film. In an interview with MTV News, Diesel confirmed the rumors stating that he and Walker are reprising their role in "Untitled Fast and the Furious Sequel".
On the chance of Walker going back as Brian O'Conner, the star of "The Pacifier" said, "Gotta have Paul Walker." Meanwhile, on him being back as Dominic Toretto, he reasoned, "I think doing the cameo in 'Tokyo Drift' confirmed a lot of things for me. It confirmed that if you create a role that the world kind of identifies with, or the world adopts, sometimes you have that responsibility to revisit that role. I'm a little bit slower than the average actor that just jumps into the sequel, but I think the time has come to revisit Dom Toretto."
Directed by "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" Justin Lin, the fourth film follows the fresh from jail O'Conner as he tries to help the federal agents to catch Braga, a heroin importer, by joining the criminal's team. Neal H. Moritz will be back as the producer, but this time he will be accompanied by Diesel. The film is slated for release on June 5, 2009.