The Fast and Furious franchise, a series of action films is running strong with eight movies so far featuring illegal car racing, heists and spies. The movie franchise has garnered a massive fan base globally and continues to entertain its fans. The next instalment of Fast and Furious, was scheduled to release this year. Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, F9 was also postponed for 2021 release. Now, with F9 releasing in theatres next year, reportedly, the famous Fast and Furious franchise will come to an end after the eleventh film. Read On
According to Variety, the famous Fast and Furious film series that features Vin Diesel in a lead role will conclude after the eleventh movie. The report stated that filmmaker Justin Lin, who directed the ninth instalment of the franchise will helm the final two instalments as well. Speaking of filmmaker Justin Lin, he has also directed The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious, Fast Five, and Fast and Furious 6, other than F9.
Talking about the Fast and Furious franchise, there have been eight films in total, in the series that have released. F9 stars Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Lucas Black, Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron and Sung Kang, and will welcome John Cena to the franchise. The ninth instalment will hit theatres on April 2, 2021, after the release in May, 2020 was postponed due to the pandemic.
Meanwhile, some of the biggest Hollywood releases of 2020 were pushed to next year, thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic. Many big films like Fast and Furious 9, Marvel Cinematic Universe’ Black Widow, Eternals and others releases were postponed to 2021, as shooting schedules were stalled in the wake of the pandemic.Also Read: Fast And Furious 9: Michelle Rodriguez Confirms The 2021 Film Is Heading Into Outer Space; Shhh ‘Nobody Was Supposed To Know That’
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