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How the hell does Han survive the crash in Tokyo Drift to come back in fast and furious 4 and fast and furious 5??

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fast and the furious 5 is before 4. if you remember in part 4, han says " i hear their doing some crazy shit in tokyo"
lazerdude15 posted over a year ago
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you have to watch them in this order and it makes sence: 12456, pause 6 and go to 3 (watch all but a couple min of 3) then go watch the last couple minutes of 6, go back to the last couple min of 3 then your done. So the 7th installment sould start out wit "Dom" and maybe the crew in Tokyo taking care of Shaw's brother.
Nobdyspecail posted over a year ago
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order of movies by story is : 1. better luck tomorrow 2.fast and furious (2001) 3.Turbo Charged Prelude to 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003 Video) 4.fast and furious 2 (2003) 5.Los Bandoleros (2009) 6.fast and furious 4 (2009) 7. fast and furious 5 ( 2011) 8. fast and furious 6 (2013) 9. fast and furious 3 - tokyo 10. fast and furious 7 ( 2015.) cant wait for the new one :3
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bebesugar said:
The Fast and Furious franchise suffered from the same saga as Star Wars, meaning due to some scripting the stories are not truly in order. The order goes The Fast and the Furious, then 2 Fast 2 Furious, then Fast and Furious, then Fast Five, then 2013's Fast Six, and the Tokyo Drift is the baby out of the franchise.
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DarkSarcasm said:
The events of Tokyo Drift happened after Fast & Furious and Fast Five. The order of the series goes The Fast and the Furious, (2F2F Prelude), 2 Fast 2 Furious, (Los Bandoleros), Fast & Furious, Fast Five, Tokyo Drift. I've heard that the sixth one will take place after Tokyo Drift.

*Items in parenthesis are short featurettes that can be found on the 2F2F and Fast & Furious DVDs or in this spot. Click link for the prelude to 2F2F and link for Los Bandoleros.
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The events of Tokyo Drift happened after Fast & Furious and Fast Five.  The order of the series goes The Fast and the Furious, (2F2F Prelude), 2 Fast 2 Furious, (Los Bandoleros), Fast & Furious, Fast Five, Tokyo Drift.  I've heard that the sixth one will take place after Tokyo Drift.

*Items in parenthesis are short featurettes that can be found on the 2F2F and Fast & Furious DVDs or in this spot.  Click [url=http://www.fanpop.com/spots/the-fast-and-the-furious-movies/videos/24265938/title/turbo-charged-prelude-2-fast-2-furious]HERE[/url] for the prelude to 2F2F and [url=http://www.fanpop.com/spots/the-fast-and-the-furious-movies/videos/18641115/title/los-bandoleros]HERE[/url] for Los Bandoleros.
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no because of fast and furious 6 is the latest and han is alive
alexusluvsyou posted over a year ago
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At the time of Fast Five's release, this was the order. I haven't seen the sixth yet, so I don't know where that goes. But this is the order for the first five.
DarkSarcasm posted over a year ago
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oh u can watch it online
alexusluvsyou posted over a year ago
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At the end of the sixth film, Han dies (his repeated death scene from Tokyo Drift). Spoiler: It was revealed that his killer was Owen Shaw's older brother Ian Shaw played by major action star Jason Statham. This begins the events of Fast And Furious 7.
SentinelPrime89 posted over a year ago
cornsnakey said:
Here is what my son and I have come up with (which is less confusing than rearranging the order of the movies from how they came out), Sean was fairly far away from Han's car when he started running toward it, so a lot could have happened. We believe that Dom pulled Han from the car and brought him to the hospital and Han never let them know that he was still alive to get out of the ties to the Japanese mafia --which would also explain Dom's presence at the end of the movie and telling Sean that he "knows Han". When the camera does the overhead view of the vehicle after the explosion, it looks almost like there are marks from someone being dragged out of the car on the other side.
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posted over a year ago 
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Or yours. Look for my comment above...
avaricious posted over a year ago
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Wait Han lives after the Tokyo drift crash??
batmanarianna posted over a year ago
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But you look where you say he has been dragged.. all over has the same effect on the floor.. it could of just been Oil Leak from when the car originally flipped..... Who knows?.. But yes.. Dom did look very happy to hear about hans death "considering he was family".... as he said.. Tokyo Drift 2 -- Happens after Fast 6.... as jason staham goes after the crew
2FastRyan posted over a year ago
vicki_baby1992 said:
F&F 4 and 5 take place before Tokyo Drift
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posted over a year ago 
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but han is alive in f&f 6
alexusluvsyou posted over a year ago
Winterose said:
Its very simple Han faked his own death and left tokyo with Dom and i thought it was going to brian not dom cause people were running their mouth saying "vin is not going to show and other bs" which we all know vin did show up" in the scene it looks like dom is keeping a secret
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Balboa777 said:
I dont understand, Tokyo Drift came out in 06 while Fast And Furious came out in 10 and Fast Five came out in 11, i dont understand how they could make that mistake, i thought Han crawled out the passengers side of the car and just barely escaped the blazing inferno from his car
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kingkp said:
Han does die in Tokyo Drift and yes the movies are not in order and at the time there are only five movies and the order would be for now-
1. The Fast and The Furious
2. 2Fast 2Furious
3. {Hope coming soon}
4. Fast & Furious
5. Fast Five
6. Tokyo Drift
The next movie should be out in 2013 or so.

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posted over a year ago 
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han is alivive in f&f 6
alexusluvsyou posted over a year ago
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FIVE SIX then three seven has the climax to it all just watch the credit of six after 3 to get an idea of 7
6277 posted over a year ago
bchoborda said:
Okok I get the order that everyone is going with but then why does Luda say in fast five that when they are done in brazil he wants to use his money to open a garage back home ??!! When he already had one in 2 fast 2 furious.
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PG-Wootown said:
Guys, this is pretty easy as long as you paid attention to the movies. Copy and Paste the Link.

link

The end of these movies, there are little clips that tie them together.

Han is killed in Tokyo Drift. When you see him at the end of Fast and Furious, he is on the Autobahn heading to Berlin.
While he is driving the car, the girl in his lap says, "I thought you wanted to go to Tokyo?" (In the Fast Five, we find out who the girl is.)
Han replies, "We'll get there... in time." (You also see the same clip at the end of Fast Five.)

Both of these movies happened before Tokyo Drift.

Read the Link if you are confused.
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posted over a year ago 
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At the end of Tokyo Drift, Dam shows up to check out the new talent. Han knew both Dam & Sean, so Dam showed up to see the new fast guy that "took" Han's place, so to speak.
PG-Wootown posted over a year ago
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Hey man your theory could be correct. *Peace
avaricious posted over a year ago
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but han is alive in f&f 6
alexusluvsyou posted over a year ago
paul1997 said:
If you watch carefully fast and furious 3 you will see that he got away from the other side of the car in order not to be caught by DK
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noobkiller said:
all of your answers are not true Han really survived the crash and in Fast 5 he got the girl and in Tokyo Drift it didn't show that the girl was there
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In fast and furious 6 his girl dies. Tokyo drift comes after 6. At the end of 6, it shows the same clip of Han dying in tokyo. You have to see the movie for it to all come together
diegosanchezz posted over a year ago
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TRUE MY MAN!!
Bl3ND posted over a year ago
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look at the dates i dont get it
alexusluvsyou posted over a year ago
avaricious said:
It's either PG-Wootown is correct or the other guy with the son is. Letty was seen in Berlin and Han is actually going there. Going to Tokyo will be later. So Han can be in Fast Six or the other guy is correct. Han is alive and was pulled out by Dom. Actually we don't know what would be Fast Six is all about. Let's see..
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cliffdehviet said:
I believe that the order of the sequel is

1. The Fast and the Furious (2001)
2. 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
3. Fast & Furious (2009)
4. Fast Five (2011)
5. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)

In Tokyo Drift, when Sean crashed Han's car, Sean begins to work for Han. And soon enough, Sean ask why Han would lend his keys to Sean if Han knew Sean would wreck it. Han responds with " Why not?". Sean said because those cars cost a lot of money. and Han responds with " I got money".

Summary - The money he got is 10 million dollars from the job in Fast Five (2011) in Brazil.


In Tokyo Drift, Sean asks Han what is his story and why he is in Tokyo. Han tells Sean that Tokyo is his Mexico like the westerners plan of escape is to flee to Mexico from the United States. And in Fast Five, Brian O'Conner, while in the warehouse where they plan for the next job, yells out to the team "We've been burned!". And next you see on the computer screen everyone on the team is listed as "WANTED".

Summary - Han is in Tokyo because he is wanted everywhere else he has been to. And in Tokyo he can blend in more easily because of his nationality.


In beginning Fast and Furious (2009), you hear Dom telling Han that it is time for Han to do his own thing. And Han says "Heard they're doing some crazy shit in Tokyo."

Summary - He said "heard" because he hasn't been there and only heard about it. This means that in The Fast and the Furious (2009), Han still hasn't been to Tokyo.

Overall Summary - Han is in Tokyo AFTER Fast Five (2011) because he is Wanted everywhere else. Han got his wealth AFTER the job in Fast Five (2011). Han had the thought of going to Tokyo in Fast and Furious (2009) but never went there until he started to be Wanted in Fast Five (2011).
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this could be true but when Han is on the way to tokyo with the woman he might be going to tell Sean that he is alive and why would Dom go to Tokyo
kilburn66 posted over a year ago
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also the old DK has had to leave Tokyo because he lost to sean Dom could have been there to help Han and just got there in time to help him
kilburn66 posted over a year ago
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PEOPLE IT IS TRUE HAN GOES TO TOKYO AFTER FAST SIX BECOUSE HE IS VERRY SAD HES GIRLFRIEND DIES IN FAST SIX AS YOU SEEN HE HAS NO WHERE TO GO AND HE GOES TO TOKYO LIKE HE SAID TO SHE ON THE STAR VERRY SAD STORY MY FRIENDS!!
Bl3ND posted over a year ago
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1. The Fast & The Furious 2. 2 Fast 2 Furious 3. Fast & Furious 4. Fast 5 5. Fast & Furious 6 6. Fast & Furious Tokyo Drift. 7 Fast & Furious 7
SupermanNYC posted over a year ago
juggys69 said:
Not true, Han already had money, remember he is one of the only ones that doesn't discuss the money, and he obtain's the safe for them to work on so they are ready for the job, that safe in itself is worth almost a million.

Han wasn't in it for the money, he was there for his ties to Dom, and the challenge, I think the person who answered that Dom rescued him and that's one of the main reason's he show's up at the end is the best answer, ties the series together the best~~
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Also if you follow that link posted above, it lists the chronological order, which support's that Dom saved Han, and you just have to infer it~~
juggys69 posted over a year ago
lenaleekanda said:
I agree with the person who said that Dom saved Han cause don't they drift in the fast five and Han does say that they had a life before they met them. So i think that Han got saved by Dom.
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SuperDrifter101 said:
fast and furious
2fast and 2furious
fast and furious 4
Fast five
6
7
8
tokyo drift (can be)


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1234hhhh said:
He was to asian to die
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katdiesel said:
He doesn't Tokyo drift is suppost to go behind the 5th movie it makes more since that way(: <3
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fastcars said:
Cause it was suppose to be after the 4 5 and if there is a 6 it 2
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wolfguy12345 said:
the order of the movies are
1: The Fast And The Furious
2: 2 Fast 2 Furious
3: The Fast And The Furious 4
4: Fast Five
5: The Fast And The Furious 6 (Because Han is heading for Berlin and the truck Letty hijacks at the end of Fast Five is in Berlin indicating that The Fast And The Furious 6 will be in Berlin)
6: The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift
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PEOPLE IT IS TRUE HAN GOES TO TOKYO AFTER FAST SIX BECOUSE HE IS VERRY SAD HES GIRLFRIEND DIES IN FAST SIX AS YOU SEEN HE HAS NO WHERE TO GO AND HE GOES TO TOKYO LIKE HE SAID TO SHE ON THE STAR VERRY SAD STORY MY FRIENDS!!
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ioriginaldaisha said:
The last few movies led clues to what the next movie is going to be about. Tokyo Drift is supposed to be the last movie. Dom says in Tokyo Drift that he knows Han and done a couple of jobs with him. In fast & furious Han says " I heard there doing some crazy shit in Tokyo" which implies he hasn't been there yet. Also in fast & furious Letty says " I hear Rio is good this time of year" which gave out a little clue that the next movie was going to be set in Rio. At the end of fast five Han & Gisele are on the high way going to Berlin as the sign said. Gisele ask where does he want to go, Han replies with " I've never been to Madrid" which is believed to be where the seventh installment is gonna take place. (Since they signed on to two more movies after fast five. Dwayne Johnson also confirmed the seventh installment saying its not gonna take place right after fast six.) Also when Gisele asks him about going to Tokyo he says "We'll get there... In time" Han is believed to have pulled off the Berlin job with Letty since they were both in Berlin.
Order of movies:
The fast and the furious (2001)
2fast 2furious (2003)
Fast & Furious (2009)
Fast Five (2011)
Fast Six (2013)
Fast seven (post production)
The fast & furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)
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Giovannischimke said:
Han doesnt die in tokyo drift he escapes from the car and lets them believe he is dead because of the fact that DK wants him dead
and if you watch the movie in the scene of the accident it shows the explosion and when it shows the car on fire hans not inside
I was also highly upset about hans death but after watching this movie a couple times i recently noticed that
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druid420x said:
Ik, there is alot to fill in but i think tokyo drift is after 4, an before 5. cuase he says the thing about hearing crazy shit in tokyo, an during tokyo he smoke ciggs while gambling, an in five the girl he likes notices he has a ex smokers tick, the eating of chips all the time, keeping his hands busy, talking all the time. So i am going with the dom pulls him out of the car, or something along those lines.
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Bane148 said:
The personal answered this question before is absolutely wrong fast and furious takes place after the first film and before 2 fast 2 furious and fast 5 takes place after 2 fast 2 furious and before Tokyo drift that's why he's still alive cause if yu remember Han was driving on the autobahn with his girlf and she said I thought you wanted to go Tokyo and he said we'll get there eventually now the real question is how can be he still be alive when fast 6 or whatever they gonna called takes places after Tokyo drift
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greenmonkey88 said:
It is a matter of opinion
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frankjc1529 said:
Hate to break it to you all but Han is dead. Dom shows up in Tokyo obviously for Hans funeral. Tokyo drift takes place after fast 5 and probably fast 6 as well. It sucks because he's an awesome character. But he did die in Tokyo drift. Dom was his good friend and therefore showed up to pay his respects. Simple as that. And btw not to many movies show a corpse burning in a car, so I wasn't surprised that it didn't show Hans body burning.
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Oh and to Bane, you are dumb to think 2 fast 2 furious takes place after fast 5. In 2 fast 2 furious rome meets tej for the first time. Brian introduces them in 2 fast 2 furious. The only movie out of place is Tokyo drift. It's not that complicated. Damn People acting like this is inception or the matrix. Fast and furious is cut and dry
frankjc1529 posted over a year ago
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meant fast and furious by the way not fast 5
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Chilliad said:
Its not complicated, and no it did not suffer any problem like star wars saga, the fact that they made Fast And Furious Tokyo Drift was to introduce Han, so we would know who is he in Fast Five, or else we would not know him, that's why, The 3rd Movie is actually after fast five, maybe after Fast and Furious Six And Seven(if there is a 7th)
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bhollyfield said:
This is just rediculousssss.
Its obvious the order is:
1. The Fast & The Furious
2. 2 Fast 2 Furious
3. Fast & Furious
4. Fast 5
5. Fast & Furious 6
6. Fast & Furious 7
7. MAYBE after 7 they will fit in Tokyo Drift.
I have NO idea why they made Tokyo Drift already but WHO CARES it did not stop the rest of movies being completely fucking badass to the maxx. If you dont <3 the Fast & Furious franchise you can go to HELL.
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Its simular to how they did Star Wars. But it all make sence now. Its the same scene in the closing credits in fast 6 when Hans die in Drift. So your order is correct.
SupermanNYC posted over a year ago
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1. The Fast & The Furious 2. 2 Fast 2 Furious 3. Fast & Furious 4. Fast 5 5. Fast & Furious 6 and the Tokyo Drift
SupermanNYC posted over a year ago
EMZYXJ said:


Tokyo drift IS A PRE-SQUEAL !!
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Ian_Shaw said:
The Fast and Furious list is

1. The Fast & The Furious
2. 2 Fast 2 Furious
3. Fast & Furious
4. Fast 5
5. Fast & Furious 6
6. Fast & Furious Tokyo Drift.
7 Fast & Furious 7

Some real dumb people about, actually watch the films the answers are all in them, you just don't pay attention.

At the end of Fast & Furious 6 Han's Mazda gets burnt out as what happened in Tokyo Drift, Han dies but han was pushed to crash by another car, at the end of Fast & Furious 6 you see it's Jason staham, he then calls Dominic Toretto and tells him he's after him, as he is owen shaws brother, now owen shaw in the bad guy in Fast 6 he gets killed, so he killed han to get back at him.
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This is right
SupermanNYC posted over a year ago
diamondust11 said:
at the end of 3 dom races sean. 4,5 & 6 are based on dom looking back at why han died in tokyo. he goes over how letty his girlfriend died, bringng the “family” together in 5 to steel alot of money & in 6 the fact that letty never died at all and she was taken by owen shaw. the guy who drove into han in no.3 was owen shaw's brother played by jason statham. he throws letty's cross chain to han in the car which letty gave to owen and owen gave to him, then he rings up dom and sais: “dominic torreto, you dont know me, but you do now” after the me hans car blows up and he dies. after the credits they show DK, sean & han racing through the streets when a car blasts into hans car as he turns. this is not shown on tokyo drift. han webt to tokyo because gisele died in 6. earlier in the movie she asked han about if they wanted to live in tokyo plus he sais i hear their doing some crazy s#!t in tokyo in no.4
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1. The Fast & The Furious 2. 2 Fast 2 Furious 3. Fast & Furious 4. Fast 5 5. Fast & Furious 6 6. Fast & Furious Tokyo Drift. 7 Fast & Furious 7
SupermanNYC posted over a year ago
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This is the order of the films and That last scene in the 6th movie, is from tokyo Drift, which is the very last thing to happen with all films combine. Tokyo Drift is acturly the last film until they release the 7th one, which is in 2014
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maris_07 said:
obviously the asnwer is that the movies are out of order and definitely tokyo drift is meant after the 6th movie...

just have to wait until you guys watch the fast and furious 6 :) its pretty good
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jasonjrf said:
Its a prequil chronological order goes The Fast and The Furious, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Fast 4, Fast 5, Fast 6, Tokyo Drift, Fast 7, There are also some short movies 2 of em that go somwhere between 2 and 5
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freshjivves22 said:
Han doesn't survive the crash in Tokyo Drift. It goes 1,2,4,5,6, then 3 and then 7. At the end of 6 after the movie ends it shows Owen Shaws older brother Ian Shaw which will be played by Jason Statham ramming into Hans car killing him and calling Dom.
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melimae29 said:
The answer to ur question is... That Tokyo drift shouldn't have been made yet. When you see the fast 6 you will understand everything so much better!!!! I know that it's really not the answer that ur looking for but I don't want to ruin the movie by saying too much.
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dude-man said:
Tokyo Drift is after furious 6. If you watch it, they say that've always talked about moving to Tokyo. At the end, it shows the crash scene from Tokyo Drift when Han's car explodes
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silver_dragon5 said:
TD is part from the new storyline. In the spoiler at the end from FF 6, the new character (Jason Statham) is the reason of Han's death. After he dash his car, Statham has a call talk and leave a cross near Han (Maybe some organisation or smt). So, that means that the chronology is: FF, 2F2F, FF4, FF5, FF6, TD, FF7.
I'm not American, so sorry about the mistakes. I hope it was useful.
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kkohler said:
None of these theories makes any sense, I think the directors were just looking to end the series with tokyo drift and most of the original actorsw were tied up with other project when they looked into a way to end the fast series, when all the original actors said they were on board for another fast movie they then had to figure out how to intigrate why han is not dead into the series with those quick lines in each movie about going to tokyo.
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No you just didn't pay attention to any of the films properly, i helped make the films, we always meant to make the films this way, watch the films and really pay attention.
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max20000000000 said:
in fast furious 6-2013-letty is alive,meaning the directors entertain the idea of faking death, so also han survived.
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Again people watch the films properly, Han dies In Tokyo Drift, and Fast 7
Ian_Shaw posted over a year ago
combatbully said:
In fast 6 at the end it shows hans racing as he was in tokyo drift. Tokyo drift has a time period unknown perhaps after 6 because it shows after 6, their is a guy whom I believe works for the bad guys in 6 and he calls torreto and says one down... I think he really is dead but we just dont know why they killed him.
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JayJ4509 said:
Ther order is in the image! Tokyo Drift was basically in the future. Jason Statham is Ian Shaw, Owen Shaw's older brother. He kills Han to send Dom a message!
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Ther order is in the image! Tokyo Drift was basically in the future. Jason Statham is Ian Shaw, Owen Shaw's older brother. He kills Han to send Dom a message!
posted over a year ago 
Kayt3 said:
I have just recently watched the new fast and furious movie "#6", and sorry for the spoilers, but at the end of the movie Han says he needs to go to Tokyo, sure enough, a couple months later we see the race scene from the movie Tokyo Drift, where Han dies. So really, all these movies that Han has been in took place before Tokyo Drift. The reason why the car explodes is because someone shoots it, the villain in the next fast and furious movie (fast 7) that will be coming out in July of 2014.
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xoheartinohioxo said:
I'm not sure why there is so much debate about what the chronological order of the movies is, it has been CONFIRMED to be like this:

1.) The Fast & The Furious [first film]
2.) 2 Fast 2 Furious [second film]
3.) Fast & Furious [fourth film]
4.) Fast Five [fifth film]
5.) Fast & Furious 6 [sixth film]
6.) Tokyo Drift [third film]
7.) Fast & Furious 7 [seventh film]

This is NOT SPECULATION! This is confirmed by Sung Hang aka Han! - I just read an interview he did days ago, talking about how people get confused about his character appearing in the saga after being KILLED in Tokyo Drift - he explained it once again, that chronologically, Tokyo Drift takes place AFTER Fast 6!

He also shot down rumors/hopes that his character had survived the crash. As he said, he would NOT like going that route, he thinks they've already done the "reviving a thought to be dead character" thing && he thinks he got a good send-off! He enjoyed being able to do the 4th-6th movies, showing more details about his character, etc.

Hope this helps!
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meganparker16 said:
Because FF3 was actually taken place after FF4, 5 and 6.
It doesn't make sense otherwise. This is also confirmed by director Justin Lin and a few of the actors.
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chribastion said:
Beca
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liamculley111 said:
He doesn't, but its not the crash that kills him. In a short scene at the end of fast and furious six, its says about being in Tokyo, and then shows a short cut scene where you see Hans car flipped by a pedestrian. The pedestrian then exits the car, goes over to Han and shoots him. the pedestrian is Jason Statham. He then makes a short phone call to Dom saying, "Mr. Toretto,you don't know me, but you will" and that is where the scene ends. It turns out Statham is Luke Shaws brother, who is looking for revenge on the crew.
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babybee22 said:
Because the movies aren't in order Tokyo drift will be the last movie in the franchise
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Tokyo drift is not the last in the franchise, fast 7 is out in July 17 2014 and in set in Tokyo after Tokyo drift, It takes place were Tokyo drift left off.
Ian_Shaw posted over a year ago
izzy01rocks5014 said:
for some reson they messed it up instead of tokyo drift being 3 it kinda fits in between 6 & 7. but what doesn't make sence is at the end of six han gets killed by Jason Statham
so it doesn't add up on how han gets killed in tokyo drift
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It does add up you just don't pay attention to the films, In fast 6 at the end Ian shaw gets and and shoots Hans burning car, he killed han to get back at Dom for killing his brother, please watch the films properly and pay attention.
Ian_Shaw posted over a year ago
diegosanchezz said:
READ THIS:
Okay, so I just saw Fast and Furious 6. At the very end, the same clip of Han dying in Tokyo Drift from the crash is shown. As the car crashes into Han in Tokyo Drift, Sean runs towards the car as it explodes with no sign of Han. In F&F 6 as the car crashes into Han, the guy from the Transporter movies gets out of the car that crashed Han and walks away. As he's walking away, he calls someone on his cell (Dom I'm pretty sure) and says, " Dominique Torredo, you don't know me, but you're about to." And then hangs up. As he hangs up is when Han's car blows up and kills Han. So this man is Han's killer.
Tokyo Drift takes place shortly after F&F 6 after the job in Rio and everything else.
I hoped this helped you as I had to do lots to research to get behing this:)
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posted over a year ago 
Klutch231 said:
Bah, I'll explain this well.
In Tokyo Drift, Han had died in an explosion, due to a T-Bone collision to his RX. But, before FF6 came out, the rest of the movies never made sense, having Han still be in those films. It wasn't shown who had caused the collision, so you were left clueless.
In FF6, Dom and friends help to take down Owen Shaw from the grid. Han says that there is something he needs to take care of in Tokyo, and that's where Tokyo Drift (post-credits) takes place. The same death occurs, except, there is a different camera angle. It turns out to be Ian Shaw, who is getting revenge over Dom (hence the words "Dominic Torreto. You don't know me. You're about to.") for the death of Owen. And so, the series has gone full circle, making the orders of movies come in such; 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 3.
Han never did survive. You just hadn't seen the movies in the right light to notice.
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posted over a year ago 
FreakSwagger said:
All the fast and furious franchises happened before Tokyo Drift, in the ending of fast 6 you can see the car who hit on han, is statham, and not a acident. he killed han to get toretto's attention, in revenge for killing his newest brother, Owen Shaw.
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posted over a year ago 
SarahMay505 said:
Tokyo drift is actually the last movie. Because Dom is in the last ten seconds
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posted over a year ago 
reidy229 said:
the series goes fast and furious, 2fast2furious, fast and furious 4 than fast5 and then 6 then it tokyo drift begins after that

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posted over a year ago 
Akeik said:
Tokyo drift is suppose to be in the future i guess, Han is always talking about how much he wants to go to Tokyo so I think that Tokyo drift is played in the future
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posted over a year ago 
JoshhMac said:
As everone has said, 4, 5 and 6 were set before Tokyo Drift. But the actual reason they made Tokyo Drift at number three is because they were actually planning to shoot the film we know as number 4 for the third one but they couldnt get Paul Walker (Brian) and Vin Diesel (Dominic) as they were doing other movies at the time, so thats why they decided to do tokyo drift at number 3.
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posted over a year ago 
jc08 said:
as far as we know this is the order of the movies:
TF&TF
2F2F
F&F
F5
F6
Tokyo Drift
there is a good possibility for both cinerios. Han could have lived or he could have died. If Ian Shaw wanted revenge for dom killing his family, so then Ian kills Han so now Dom is pissed that part of his family was killed, or Dom did save Han and took him back to LA where the rest of the family could possibly be.
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posted over a year ago 
RealitySmoke said:
They put it in a weird order....first is The fast and the furious, then 2 fast 2 furious, then fast and furious (fast 4), then fast 5, then Tokyo Drift and now fast 6
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posted over a year ago 
DJTinyHandz said:
Tokyo Drift is the 3rd installment to the Fast & Furious franchise and that Tokyo Drift is suppose to be after the 6th movie and before the 7th.
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posted over a year ago 
Jaystar64 said:
They aren't backwards

The Fast and the furious
2 fast 2 furious
Fast & furious
Fast five

In fast five Han leaves for Berlin and then states he's gonna go to Tokyo afterwards.

In number 6 they all reunite including Han

Number 7 isn't out yet but after number seven Han Flees to Tokyo and then if we back track to 2006 Han is loaded with cash riding with the big boys.
Han dies in a car crash while trying to evade Takeshi

At the end you see Dom starting drift race with Sean

Now I dunno if I'm 100% right back that's pretty much how it goes.

They really should of kept the story line straight but I guess in a way it keeps Fast' fans on there toes waiting to see wat happens after Dom and Sean met


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posted over a year ago 
tis1000 said:
tokyo drift was suppose to be the last movie in the franchise
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posted over a year ago 
markangelica said:
i'm sure you got all the answer you want. btw just to add in a lil, "Justin lin" is an very interesting and super creative director, why i say that because he directed the movie fast and furious from the first till the six very jumpy(a lil bit complicated) example like :- from the fast 2 then strait up to Tokyo drift without continuing fast 3 and if you watch the last part of fast 6, Jason Statham (supernaturally show up) all this is because it makes people to wonder and wanting to know more what's gonna happen next :) and that's how in movie business to make money like crazy! btw did you know that the movie fast and furious six recently the made $120 million for a worldwide total of $317 million. the point is that movie is complicated i know but overall its an very interesting movie :) chill :)
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Justin Lin was only the director for the last four movies. He didn't direct the first two.
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fast_furious_ said:
First, let me start off with this: Han didn't survive the crash. Ok so i recently saw Fast 6, and in this movie they show a scene after the credits of Han's death in Tokyo Drift. If you remember in Tokyo Drift it was a white car that hit Han, not the asian bad guy. So after the credits in Fast 6, the door on the white car opens and Shaw's brother calls Toretto and says they will soon get to know eachother, which means he killed Han purpurposely because Toretto killed his brother, Shaw. So the order of the movies are:
The Fast and The Furious, 2 Fast 2 Furious,
Fast & Furious, Fast 5, Fast 6, Tokyo Drift, Fast 7.
This order makes sense because at the end of Tokyo Drift, Toretto is in Tokyo. The reason he is there is to kill the guy who killed Han. Therefore, Fast 7 will take place in Tokyo.
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beanso79 said:
He doesn't surivive it. It didnt happen yet in the 4th one. The movie order goes Fast and Furious, 2 fast 2 Furious, The Fast and the Furious, Fast 5, Fast and Furious 6, and then Tokyo Drift at the end of Fast 6. Han, at the end of Fast 6, says he will go to Japan because he promised his girl he would (who died during the final climax of 6). Han then is shown at the end of the movie racing in Tokyo in his car (which he was driving in the third movie). He is then wrecked into and killed by another driver, and we presumed it to be accidental. It is not, however, as Jason Statham gets out of the car, calls Dom Toretto, and says "You don't know me yet, but you will." This begins the tie-in with Tokyo Drift to the rest of the movies. At the end of Tokyo Drift, Dom just begins a race with Sean Boswell (Lucas Black, the main character) as it cuts out. We can presume the 7th movie will pick up from there, or have some tie-ins to that, such as having Sean in the next movie.
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posted over a year ago 
Bl3ND said:
Dear People Listen TO ME!!
!!THE TRUE STORY!!
This is how its rolls i just watched movie 6!!
1The Fast And Furious
2.2Fast 2Furious
3.Fast Four
4.Fast Five
5.Fast Six
6.Fast And Furious Tokyo Drift

Explained Here:
In Last Movie THIS FAST SIX as you seen Hans girlfriend dies on the airplane fight Han is sad and hes got bussines in tokio so his going in tokio and there goes tokio drift movie Han dies and Toretto is back in shape so in fast seven if they make it there will be scenes from tokio and the new adventures with diesel!!
REMEMBER SHE!!
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Dear People Listen TO ME!!
!!THE TRUE STORY!!
This is how its rolls i just watched movie 6!! 
1The Fast And Furious
2.2Fast 2Furious
3.Fast Four
4.Fast Five
5.Fast Six
6.Fast And Furious Tokyo Drift 

Explained Here:
In Last Movie THIS FAST SIX as you seen Hans girlfriend dies on the airplane fight Han is sad and hes got bussines in tokio so his going in tokio and there goes tokio drift movie Han dies and Toretto is back in shape so in fast seven if they make it there will be scenes from tokio and the new adventures with diesel!! 
REMEMBER SHE!!
posted over a year ago 
jareyes2 said:
Okay, so for so long I was confused too. However, as you know the 6th fast and the furious came out and well at the end in the credits it shows a clip of Hans death in Fast and the Furious Tokyo drift. I don't know if you remember but In Tokyo Drift Han was being chased by DK when he made a turn where the big crowd was and a car just crashed into his car and his car exploded thats how he died. Well what most people forget is that Sean and Neela left running to the station as well as DK drove off and we didn't get to see who was driving the car that crashed into Hans. Well it turns out its Jason Statham (they didn't mention what his name will be) coming out of the car and he makes a call to Dom (Vin Diesel )he say something about him not knowing him and some other things can't remember the exact words. Anyway so as you remember at the end of Tokyo Drift Dom appears and they race. But lets take it back to where Han And Sean were on like a balcony while the rest were playing Soccer Han says Tokyo was like his Mexico and in the 6th it will make sence why he chose to go to Tokyo. And well the order of Events is Fast and the Furious, 2 fast 2 furious, Los Bandoleros, Fast and the Furious, Fast 5, Fast and the Furious 6, Fast and the Furious Tokyo Drift and the upcoming Fast and the Furious 7. Hope my answer helps since its after the 6 th movie came out its more accurate.
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posted over a year ago 
Fast678 said:
Listen bro... All the fast and furious that came after tokyo drift we're prequels... At the end of TD (tokyo drift) Dom showed up so they had a past... It now shows that past in the movies... Now Fast 7 should act as a sequel cause we believed his death was accidental when watching TD but instead it was a murder commited by Owen Shaw's supposed brother... Understand?
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posted over a year ago 
jared2208 said:
Ok Tokyo drift happens sometime after fast five because Han has all the money he got from fast five in Tokyo drift that's explaining al his cars an his nice shop
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posted over a year ago 
confusion13 said:
I Don't think han dies because if you look closely when it zooms in to were Han is sitting it doesn't look like him,the " person"? In the car looks to chubby
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posted over a year ago 
bossman111 said:
Ok guys, I've figured it out, this is how it goes and l will explain.
1.Fast and Furious(2003)
2.2 Fast 2 Furious
3.Fast and Furious(2009)
4.Fast 5(2011)
5.Fast 6(2013)
6.Tokyo Drift(2006)
7.Fast 7(Airing on August 2014)
Before reading any further, this may be a spoiler for fast 7. Please be aware this is based on some recently discovered facts on the movie, fast 7, and also my hard earned knowledge from the fast and furious series.

Now, let me explain. So After fast 6 after helping Dwayne Johnson kill Owen Shaw, and also after Han's girlfriend died falling off the car hooked to the plan, Han goes to Tokyo because he said something about crazy shit in Tokyo. So in Tokyo drift Han appears to get flipped over in a car and the car explodes, leaving us to believe he is dead. Which I think isn't true. Although he does die in fast 7, but it isn't because of the car crash from Tokyo drift. I believe that a guy named Ian Shaw, Owen Shaw's brother has come seek revenge trying to kill members of the team. So I think Ian Shaw, which is going to be actor, Jason Statham in fast 7, tracks down Han after his car accident and kills him. I also believe that the main character from Tokyo Drift(Southerner) and the main female actress(the British accent girl), will take the place of Han in the fast and furious team in fast 7.( because there is no more Han and his girlfriend)
I am almost 100% positive so this may be a spoiler for fast 7.
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posted over a year ago 
Ady786 said:
Han was dead alright but how did he come back ?
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posted over a year ago 
dumbidiots said:
The fast and furious film order is 124563 and then it will be 7. The movies do make sense, you just have to see them in the right order. At first I was confused as well. At the end of fast and furious 6, it shows the end of fast and furious 3 where Han died, but it showed a guy making a phone call which isn't shown in fast and furious 3. I hope this helps.
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Bullet17 said:
This is the Movie order-
-The Fast and the Furious
-2 Fast 2 Furious
-Fast and Furious Old Parts New Models
- Fast and Furious 5
- Fast and Furious 6
- Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift
and then the 7th one there making! The reason is in Tokyo Drift, Han's car get's rammed in the side my actor Jason Stantam, (Don't know the characters name), and he throws a Zipo lighter and blows up his car and in the new one there making, Sean from Tokyo Drift is going to be riding with Dom Toretto to get revenge for Han's Death.
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posted over a year ago 
FFDude said:
OK, So basically in fast and furious 6, in the end han goes to Tokyo and it replays the scene where he dies in tokyo drift... So really 5 is meant to be before tokyo drift- So i guess han won't be there in 7...
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posted over a year ago 
Sid29 said:
Wtf so basically he died twice?
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posted over a year ago 
nthnbtfstfrious said:
The phone call that Dom received from was Lucas Black to continue in final movie number 7 coming out by 2015
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posted over a year ago 
davidoh said:
No! des92 is wrong. Tokyo Drift is set just before the very end of Fast & Furious 6. Hence why you see the crash from Tokyo Drift at the end of that film. And this is why Dom turned up at the end of Tokyo Drift - the setting for Fast & Furious 7 which is set in Tokyo as Dom goes over there after the call from Jason Statham's character.
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paolo138 said:
Essentially the franchise was dormant for a few years after Tokyo Drift, then got revived with Fast & Furious. Han was a damn cool character, so I imagine Chris Morgan (the writer) thought, "Hell, since Tokyo Drift was pretty much a standalone story, why not just go with the conceit that those events haven't happened yet so we can bring use Han in these movies?" Or, even more likely, Justin Lin asked Chris Morgan to figure out a way to bring back Sung Kang, because he created a super character with Han.

At any rate, the final scene in the credits of Furious 6 (the scene with Jason Statham) is basically a different POV of the Han death* scene in Tokyo Drift. Hence, Fast and Furious 7 will chronologically come just AFTER the events of Tokyo Drift.

*Why did I put an asterisk by "Han death?" We never actually see Han die. For that matter, we never actually sae Giselle die. My guess is it's for wiggle room to bring one or both those characters back. Since this series is so unapologetically over-the-top, I would totally give them a pass--especially if they bring back Giselle ;-)
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dirtywork said:
The part that gets me more than 3 being released "prematurely" per say is that in 2 Luda has a garage & $ & well a set but @ the end of 5 he says he wants to start a garage? There are a lot of weird nuances that quite frankly may very well be poor writing?... I hate when I like everything about a franchise & then it changes a main character or pulls some nonsense like that... Clearly Rome & Luda remembered one another from 2 but the shop already existed so its bunk! But that's just my 2 cents...
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posted over a year ago 
batmanarianna said:
There is going to be a fast 7,8, and 9. And Han did die witch made me sufferly sad cause he is SOO AMAZING I absolutely love him in these movies he's awsome!!!

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posted over a year ago 
Africa21 said:
During commentary in Fast Five, director Justin Lin explains the order of the films. 1-2-4-5-6 then 3: Tokyo Drift.
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posted over a year ago 
Furiouslover said:
number 7 is the actual tokyo drift if u watch the trailer
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redbird16 said:
finally

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posted over a year ago 
jaycool89 said:
Look, Fast & Furious, Fast Five, & Fast 6 were all prequels to Tokyo Drift. At the end of Tokyo Drift, when Dom was about to race Sean, Dom told Sean that Han was a part of his crew. And Fast & Furious, Fast Five, & Fast 6 were all prequels, basically describing to us, as the audience, how Han became a part of Dom's crew. In those movies He played with the idea of going to Tokyo with Giselle. After Giselle sacrificed herself to save Han, At the end of Fast 6, When they were back in LA, he says to Rome, Tej, and everyone else that he's going to Tokyo. Han and Giselle did plan on going to Tokyo together so he was just doing what he originally set out to do. In the fast 6 post credits, that's when the street chase in Tokyo Drift happened and how Han was killed an "apparent car accident". In Tokyo drift, how Han died was considered to be a "car accident". The post credits in Fast 6, explained that, that the whole "car accident" wasn't really an accident. It was intentional murder. It showed where that grey Mercedes was at the time of the chase, with the guy listening to the police scanner. when something came up on the scanner, the Mercedes took off, following Han's car on the parallel street. And then he turned the corner and rammed his car into Han's. The guy stepped out of the car revealed to be Ian Shaw (played by Jason Statham), Owen Shaw's older brother. He then takes Letty's Chain drops it near the car, then calls Toretto telling him that he's coming after him, Then the car blows up killing Han. Right then and there, Sean wouldn't be able to see who stepped out of the car because he was in a car accident himself. He got out of the car a few minutes after the accident and the car blew up after he tried to make an attempt to save Han. Statham must of did all that after Sean got into an accident himself because if you saw the post credits, Statham stepped out of the car and dropped Letty's chain near Han's car and walked away a good 3 minutes before the car exploded, Statham called Dom about 10 seconds BEFORE the car was about to blow up. During that time, Sean got out of the car making an attempt to rescue Han then the car explodes. So between Han car getting rammed into creating that accident and Sean getting into an accident himself, Statham did his stint. So Sean wouldn't of been able to see who it was because he was in an accident himself.
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alexusluvsyou said:
Han was introduced in the third film, Tokyo Drift, as a wise mentor figure for that film’s lead; Han also died in Tokyo Drift. But that film’s final scene made it clear that Han had, once upon a time, run with Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto. Weirdly, the three films that followed Tokyo Drift all wound up exploring that “once upon a time” period. In the fourth film, Fast & Furious, Han was alive again — although he mentioned that he was planning to move to Tokyo. He was back in Fast Five, romancing Gal Gadot’s Gisele; at the end of the film, they joked about moving to Tokyo, although all Han said was that they’d get there “Eventually.” (To further complicate matters, Han was actually originally introduced in Better Luck Tomorrow, the debut film by Justin Lin; Lin imported the character into Tokyo Drift.)
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DR76 said:
["The Fast and Furious franchise suffered from the same saga as Star Wars, meaning due to some scripting the stories are not truly in order. "]


This is utter nonsense. The STAR WARS Prequel Trilogy is just that . . . a prequel to the original trilogy. Don't make a mountain out of a molehill, please.

The same goes for the 2009-2013 movies in the "FAST AND FURIOUS" franchise. "FAST AND FURIOUS" (2009), "FAST FIVE" (2011) and "FAST AND FURIOUS 6" (2013) are all set "before" "FAST AND FURIOUS: TOKYO DRIFT" (2006), chronologically. All three movies are prequels to the movie set in Tokyo.
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leandro5 said:
tokyo drift is the future in ff6 he and the girl plan on moving to tokyo. tokyo drift is just future at the end of the movie he said i didnt know han likes american muscles.
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johnathanprez said:
Why would it be 1,2,4,5,6 then 3 Han didn't die after 4,5,6 because in the 3rd one he has hanging out with sluts and in the 6 one he lost Giselle which was the love of his life and he would never hang out with other woman after the adventure he had with her and it's looks like in the beginning there in Tokyo but they didn't settle down
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posted over a year ago 
fan1341 said:
Its easy.

Han dies in tokyo drift, he doesnt get out of the car, the problem is, tokyo drift shouldve come out now and not back then! The guy who kills Han (Jason Statham) is in the film named Ian Shaw, brother of Owen Shaw (England crew boss) and he is looking for revenge for his brother death! So yeah, Han drives all the way after Fast6 to tokyo and then tokyo drift happens!
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posted over a year ago 
ilikefast said:
Okay in fast5 brain and Dom bring all there friends from precious sequels to help out so that's when Han comes in ... Dom knew him from Tokyo drift I think Tokyo drift was just a branch of other ti s Dom had in the race world ... So at the end of fast 6 it shows why Han going back to Tokyo because its unfinished business to be handle.
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asdsadfnaufr said:
Tokyo drift is something like fast and furious 7 you understand? casue han was alive in ff6 and in tokyo drift some car hit his mazda and it turned around and han died...on ending of ff6 you can see same scene but jason statham was driver of car which hit han and killed him...he caled dom and told him that he is coming for him...on ending of tokyo drift you can see dom so i guess real ff7 will be some kind of extension of ff3...
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posted over a year ago 
jacobsminx said:
Tokyo drift was basically showing you what Han did when he went to Tokyo AFTER fast & furious 6, kinds like a doin off, they just showed it as a prelude way before for some reason. The clips after the end credits takes an extract from Tokyo drift & adds Jason statham, in furious 7 we find out what actually happened to Han & why.
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hunterwoodDK said:
He doesn't the movies are out of order, 3 was a middle installment due to the absence of Paul walker at the time, they continue the story where the 2nd movie left off in the 4th movie, you catch back upto Tokyo drift over the course of 4-6 the post credits of 6 hint to what we will find out about Hans death, we get insight as to who killed him when the man who calls Dominic throws the cross down to Han, this tells us the man behind his death is shaw, the same man they are after basically from the time they get involved with braga then shaw gets highlighted in the 6th movie and seems like he will continue to be the enemy in movie number 7
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posted over a year ago 
sbeal2009 said:
I'm not sure this will help but on whatever electronic device u have look back @ some of Tokyo drifts deleted scenes.

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posted over a year ago 
agdaha said:
How does Sean not see Ian Shaw killing Han in Tokyo Drift?

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posted over a year ago 
hogracer said:
the movies go, fast and furious, 2fast 2 furious , fast and furious 4, fast and furious 5, fast and furious 6, fast and furious tokyo drift and furious 7 watch them in that order and they will make sence
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the_law said:
because its wat he did before he died

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