The Fast and Furious Saga will end with F10 and F11.
Vin Diesel confirms the ‘FAST & FURIOUS’ saga will conclude after 2 more films — “Every story deserves its own ending.” He thinks the final films could potentially release in 2023 and 2024. Vin Diesel built a name for himself as the street racer father in the “Fast and Furious” movie, but his long-running character’s journey will soon come to a close.
Following the forthcoming ninth sequel, “F9,” which hits cinemas on June 25, Diesel indicated in an interview with The Associated Press on Thursday that the “Fast and Furious” storyline will terminate after two more films. Universal Pictures plans to wrap out the drama in two parts, he added.
The final two films, according to the actor, might be released in 2023 and 2024.
When questioned about the franchise’s future during a press junket for “F9,” Diesel remarked, “Every narrative deserves its own finish.” Despite the conclusion of the franchise, he stated that the “Fast and Furious” cinematic world will continue to exist.
Diesel’s kid cried when he told her about the franchise’s finale, according to the actor.
“I know some people will feel it doesn’t have to end,” he remarked, “but I believe all good things should,” he said. “There are good arguments for a conclusion. This franchise, I believe, has earned it.”
Since the franchise’s first film, “The Fast and Furious,” in 2001, Diesel has played Dominic Toretto. The films have been huge box office successes both domestically and internationally, with the last two films grossing more than $1 billion apiece.
Michelle Rodriguez, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Tyres Gibson, rapper Ludacris, Jordana Brewster, Jason Statham, and the late Paul Walker have all appeared in action flicks alongside Diesel. In 2019, Johnson and Statham appeared in “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw,” the franchise’s first spin-off film, which debuted at No. 1 and grossed $180.8 million worldwide.
The coronavirus epidemic forced Universal to postpone the release of “F9” last year. The new film not only reintroduces a fan favourite, Sung Kang’s Han, as well as newcomers such as John Cena, but it will also send a car into space. It’s likely to be one of the greatest hits of the season.
Director Justin Lin said the notion to wrap off the franchise came from a chat with Diesel, who has starred in eight “Fast and Furious” films.
Lin, who has helmed five films in the franchise, stated, “We got together and Vin said, ‘I think we should consider about wrapping up the narrative now.” The remaining two chapters will be directed by him.
The filmmaker explained, “Nine is kind of the first film in the final chapter.” “We’re rearranging things such that the following two films will cap up this incredible journey for these characters.”
Diesel believes the series has gone a long way, but he now sees the end in sight.
He explained, “This franchise was created from the pavement, from the concrete.” “The entire globe has simply backed this underdog to the point that it has already outperformed all of these other franchises. The franchise, on the other hand, has a soul, and that soul must rest.”
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