Fast and Furious franchise is going into its ninth installment. Both Fast and Furious seven and Fast and Furious eight have crossed the $1 billion mark globally using Fast and Furious seven currently standing as the eighth-biggest movie of all time with $1.51 bn.
And we’re not only getting angry and silent nine as there’s a tenth movie already intended.
Though initially scheduled for an April 2019 release, Fast and Furious nine will now be out in cinemas on May 22, 2020.
Pre-production on the ninth movie began in February 2019 at London, with Vin Diesel, who began the filming on June 24 with an onset video.
Filming was stopped for a day on July 22, 2019, after the onset accident saw a stuntman injured, but it recommenced the following day.
As mentioned, a 10th and last picture is intended — initially set to get a 2021 release when the ninth film was expected in 2019, quick X is not yet been rescheduled.
Pretty early on, it was clear that Vin Diesel (Dom), Michelle Rodriguez (Letty), and Chris’Ludacris’ Bridges (Tej) would be back reprising their roles.
Jordana Brewster has also been verified to return as Dom’s sister Mia. It will be interesting to see how she’s weaved back in the story since Mia was seen retiring for a quieter life with Brian (played by the late Paul Walker).
John Cena will create his long-awaited and highly anticipated debut in the Fast And Furious Franchise, where he’ll portray series protagonist Dominic Toretto’s long-lost (and unidentified ) brother Jakob.
In a meeting, the director Gary spoke about The Fate of the Furious. He explained,”Outer space? Listen, I would not rule anything out with this franchise,” he informed ScreenRant. “When I read’submarine’ [at The Fate of the Furious], I am like,’OK, anything’s possible.’ You will never know. I have not read’Dom on Mars’ however, but you never know.”
There is a risk that Eteon, the criminal association in Hobbs & Shaw, could make an impact in Fast & Furious 9, but that is just speculation for now.