October 11 - "The Babysitter" Los Angeles Premiere

Yesterday at 21:12 | Gabriella |  Events 2017
Jordana Brewster at the "The Babysitter" Los Angeles Premiere on October 11, 2017.

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October 8 - P.S. ARTS' Express Yourself 2017

Yesterday at 20:57 | Gabriella |  Events 2017
Jordana Brewster and her husband Andrew Form with their son Julian at the P.S. ARTS' Express Yourself 2017 on October 8, 2017.

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October 1 - Promoting Zyrtec

Yesterday at 20:35 | Gabriella |  Events 2017
Jordana Brewster is promoting Zyrtec on October 1, 2017.

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Jordana Brewster Calls Fast & Furious 9 Delay a "Bummer"

Monday at 19:21 | Gabriella |  Interviews 2017

Jordana Brewster is sharing her thoughts on the Fast and Furious 9 delay.

Last week, Universal Pictures announced that the ninth film in the franchise would be released on April 20, 2020, a year later than originally expected. A day after the release date was announced for Fast and Furious 9, it was revealed that a Fast and Furious spinoff starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jason Statham would be released on July 26, 2019. This announcement sparked even more tension between Johnson and co-star Tyrese Gibson.

Brewster was not in 2017's The Fate of The Furious, but she tells E! News in an exclusive interview at the P.S. Arts Express Yourself 2017 event that she would love to come back for Fast and Furious 9.

As for the delay, Brewster calls it a "bummer" but she understands it could be for the best.

"It is a bummer because the longer you have to wait…I mean, it's a bummer," Brewster says. "But on the other hand that gives everyone a little more time to ruminate and make it better, so that's good."

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Jordana Brewster Talks Michelle Rodriguez Leaving 'Furious'

Monday at 19:12 | Gabriella |  Interviews 2017

Like many fans, Jordana Brewster would hate to see her former costar Michelle Rodriguez leave the Fast and the Furious franchise.

"I'm all for girl power. I think that it would be wonderful for the girls to have stronger storylines, and I hope she never leaves because she is such an integral part," Brewster, 37, exclusively told Us Weekly at the Environmental Media Association Awards in Santa Monica on Saturday, September 23. "She's so amazing and I love working with her, so I think it will all work out in the end."



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