American actor and filmmaker Vin Diesel has described "Furious 7" as an "emotionally powerfully" movie that will add an interesting dynamic to the world of action sequences.
"We were successful in one-upping the action sequences, and adding an interesting dynamic to the world. But what the world won't anticipate is how emotionally powerful the movie is," the celeb told Variety.
Meanwhile, the 47-year-old also revealed that he is satisfied with the final output of the film that used many special effects to complete the sequences of Paul Walker, who died in a car accident in November 2013.
"Fast & Furious" team had to rewrite the last few sequences of the movie and use stand-ins for a perfect ending to the late actor's role.
Talking about the finishing of the upcoming film, the "Saving Private Ryan" star said, "The head of the studio, Ron Meyer, often said when 'Fast 5′ or 'Fast 6′ came out, 'If there was no number attached to these movies, they would be contenders for best picture.' And when people see 'Furious 7,' they are going to agree."
The actor also stated that "Furious 7" will be the "biggest movie" in the history of Universal Pictures and "It will probably win best picture at the Oscars, unless the Oscars don't want to be relevant ever."