Vin Diesel reveals plans for shooting 10th and 11th films in the Fast and Furious series
The Fast and Furious 9 film finally releases in June 2021. After Fast and Furious 9, Vin Diesel revealed plans to shoot the next film.
Fast and Furious 9 features Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto. Dominic faces Jakob (John Cena), a formidable opponent and long-lost brother.
The Fast and Furious franchise itself will end with the 10th film which is divided into two films. These will be Fast and Furious 10 and Fast and Furious 11.
Vin Diesel in a previous interview revealed that the idea of dividing the final story in two films was inspired by Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
The reason is, there are many stories that must be shown so that it is not enough to include it in one film. Now, Vin Diesel has revealed the shooting schedule for the 10th film.
Fast and Furious 10 shooting
As it turns out, shooting for Fast and Furious 10 will begin in 2022. "I filmed the first and second parts of Fast 10, the end of this saga in January," said Vin Diesel, as quoted by Regal.
The last two films of the Fast and Furious franchise will be directed by Justin Lin. Vin Diesel already has an idea for the ending in the Fast and Furious franchise.
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Meanwhile, the Fast and Furious franchise is currently celebrating 20 years of release. Fast and Furious has been attracting audiences since its first film in 2001.
Fast And Furious 10' The Last Fast Saga Movie Will Be Made Into Two Parts
The ninth series of the "Fast and Furious" franchise, "F9", has not yet appeared in theaters. However, Universal Pictures seems to have discussed the follow-up series, "Fast and Furious 10".
The tenth series will end the trilogy that has been running since the eighth series aka "The Fate of the Furious" which was released in 2017. Even the news circulating says "Fast and Furious 10" will be made in two parts.
The news was first spoken by the star of this franchise, Vin Diesel. Not long ago, the actor Dominic Toretto said there would be a big event happening in the Fast Saga. One of them is the appearance of the character Jakob (John Cena), Dominic Toretto's brother who appeared in "F9", as well as the return of the character Han (Sung Kang).
"I started planning 'Fast 10' before we started shooting 'Fast 9'. This franchise is very rich with a story that on one level, is clearly open to spin-offs and I think it's something that can't be avoided," said Vin as reported by Movie Web on Friday (7/2).
"Universal deserves it because of how much they invested in this little saga and it would be nice to pay back Universal. And, for fans, if 'Fast 10' parts one and two are the conclusion, it will be fun for this world to continue for generations to come. future," he added.
Vin himself called "F9" as the second part of the last trilogy to end this Fast saga. According to Vin, the trilogy begins with "The Fate of the Furious" aka "F8", where there are a number of links that have looked like Charlize Theron's Cipher returning to this ninth series.
However, what should be noted here is that "Fast Furious 10" has the potential to be a two-part film that will end the Fast Saga. With this, Fast Saga will follow in the footsteps of a number of other major franchises.
On the other hand, the story of "F9" will certainly center on Dominic Toretto who is living a quiet life with Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) and their son, Brian. However, a new threat emerges that forces Dom to confront his past sins in order to save the people he loves.