“Fast and Furious” franchise reaches the Finishing Line on its 11th film


Amazing Fast and Furious series is sadly coming to an end. You’ve probably expecting a 10th installment of the movie before it ends but luckily for us, they’re turning it up to 11.

Variety and Deadline reported the 11th movie to close the storyline, however, we can expect movie spin offs with the characters.

Justin Lin, who is the veteran director of Fast and Furious franchise, will be directing the last two installments of the movie so we can expect a solid story and amazing car races. If you’ve liked the last 5 movies ( Fast and Furious: Fast Five, Fast and Furious 6, FF7, FF8 and next year’s FF9) you can get assured you’ll love it till the end.

Existing side stories like Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw, and netflix animated series Fast and Furious Spy Racers are proof enough that only the central franchise will end but we can expect more side stories from the Fast and Furious universe.

Characters Dom (Vin Diesel), Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Tej (Ludacris), Mia (Jordana Brewster), and Han (Sung Kang) may say goodbye for now but they might pop up again in future movies.

Family is forever but it’s time to reach the finish line.

Fast and Furious 9 had already been delayed because of the global pandemic but we can expect its still full of amazing car stunts and nothing less.

Apparently a spinoff featuring Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson is already in development.

Surprisingly, characters who were thought dead will be coming back alive in the up coming movies. Han who was presumed dead will be coming back and was even featured in the trailer. Even Gal Gadot’s character as Giselle who is Han’s love interest who was also presumed dead in previous Fast and Furious Installments will be making an appearance.

The franchise started in 2000 and became box office hits up until now.

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