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“It was eight account managers, and it was pretty much dedicated to just bashing everybody in sales, from the top, top people, all the way down.” Within two hours, word had spread to the entire sales team, which spent a Friday afternoon reading the channel’s history start to finish.
“There was some borderline racist stuff,” she remembers.
Michelle Rodriguez’s character, Letty Ortiz, seemingly perished at the end of the series’ fourth installment, but that didn't stop the Fast & Furious 6 team from bringing her back from beyond the veil. But I think as long as the people love it, it’ll keep itself alive.
Vulture recently got on the phone with the actress, who’s also appeared in Avatar and on Lost, to talk about what it’s like to be resurrected, why she won't sing karaoke with Vin Diesel, and the women of the franchise. First one, I just couldn’t believe there was going to be a movie that had this kind of stuff happening. It’s like being part of one of those little rebellious creatures that snowballs into a massive thing. I love being part of it; I don’t care what anyone says.
How has it been watching the female characters evolve over the course of the franchise? I was in New Zealand, shooting [Avatar], which was going to relaunch a career that had died out for about two years.I begged them to leave open the possibility of me coming back ... I kind of expected it to be one of the situations where I was duped.Then Vin did his petition, and the audience did theirs, and the studio turned their head around, and here we have it: 6.What do you think it is about Letty that people are drawn to? Girls don’t respect girls that are this way, and guys don’t respect girls that are this way.
One day last summer, a saleswoman was looking for a conversation she’d had with an account manager, so she typed her own name in Slack’s search bar.