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A Fake Interview With the Writer of “The Fast and The Furious” Sequel . . . Who Turns Out to be a Five-Year-Old Kid

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The Onion News Network did one of their fake morning show interviews, and it’s pretty funny. They’re supposedly talking to the writer of “Fast Five”, the new sequel to “The Fast and The Furious”.  But it turns out to be a five year old kid named Chris Morgan.The kid’s missing his front teeth, plays with matchbox cars, wrote the script with crayons, and talks just like a regular five-year-old would.So when they ask him what elements he wanted to include in the new film, he says, quote, “I want the cars to drive fast, and then some of them explode.”  Then at the end of the interview, he takes a nap. Writer of Fast and the Furious 5

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