PHOENIX — A Valley car company CEO is furious that a box-office megafranchise features a car that bears a striking resemblance to one of his own.
The vehicle in question appears in “Fast and Furious 7.”
Rogers’ team built the XC2V (Experimental Crowd-derived Combat Super Vehicle) said no credit was listed for the design or builder.
In the movie, villain Jason Statham drives a vehicle that looks like this:
Rogers told the Journal that he wouldn’t pursue legal action until he’d spoken with Universal Studios.
“Fast and Furious 7” is speeding toward $1 billion at the box office after two weeks in release.