This weekend sees the release of the movie sequel the world's been waiting for, where a team of superhumans come together to take on a technological threat bigger than all of them. No, Age Of Ultron's not for a couple of weeks yet it's the long-delayed release of Furious 7 that's finally here, heralding James Wan's first time behind the camera for the series, as well as being a bittersweet swansong for series star Paul Walker, who died in a car crash in 2013. Still, it seems to be in more of a celebratory tone than mournful because, really, nobody wants an angsty, grim-n-gritty Fast And Furious film and has already been getting good reviews from people who like ridiculous, self-consciously stupid but stupidly fun films where cars are shoehorned into every possible action set piece scenario. And hey, this one's got Jason Statham in it as well! Surely nobody could have predicted that The Fast And The Furious would ever get this far. The first film was made to cash in on a then-current craze for car modification and underground street racing; since then it's expanded its scope into a wild, surprisingly diverse cast of characters on globe-trotting, explosion-ridden adventures, with an uncommonly smart and complex mythology and continuity. As such, it's also a franchise that's full of fun little nods to past instalments, references to the real world of street racing and car mods, and is packed to the brim with celebrity cameos you might not notice on first (or even second, or third) viewing. From improvised lines to a surprising connection to the Herbie films, here are 18 Fast And Furious Easter Eggs you probably missed.