Jordana Brewster Joining The Fast and the Furious 4?

"Well, if it's good enough for Vin and Paul..."

by | November 21, 2007 | Comments

Justin Lin has already convinced Vin Diesel and Paul Walker to get on board for The Fast and the Furious 4 — but they may not be the only members of the first installment’s cast resurfacing in the sequel.

According to Clint Morris of Moviehole, Jordana Brewster is in negotiations to return to her Fast and Furious role of Mia, the sister of Vin Diesel’s character, Dominic. With the happy reunion vibe in full flower, the logical question for fans of the franchise is, of course, What about Michelle Rodriguez?

Well, Moviehole‘s got the answer — but don’t click on the link below if you’re worried about reading Furious 4 spoilers. Either way, this is good news for Brewster, whose career seems to be idling lately. Now she just needs to hope for a Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning 2, right?

Source: Moviehole

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