This page explains in detail the interactions between the Donkey Kong series and The Fast and the Furious series.

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

Do you know what DK stands for?00:11

Do you know what DK stands for?

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One of the characters in the movie, Takashi, is called "DK", which stands for "Drift King". In a scene, while Sean is in the elevator to the race with Twinkie, Twinkie asks him if he knows what "DK" stands for, to which Sean replies "Donkey Kong?"


The Fast and the Furious' company Universal doesn't hold any right over Nintendo's Donkey Kong, but they only included a minor reference.

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