Fast X, also known as Fast & Furious 10, Fast 10, and just Fast 10, will be blazing into theatres this summer, and the first trailer has just been released.
On February 10, a trailer was released for the film, giving viewers their first glimpse at the new characters played by Brie Larson, Jason Momoa, Daniel Melchior, and Alan Ritchson, as well as the huge car-on-car and vehicle-on-vehicle action that has become the franchise’s trademark.
It has been announced that the series will conclude with an epic two-part climax, and the tenth film, which reportedly cost a staggering $340 million to make, signals the beginning of the end for The Fast Saga.
Considering that the franchise as a whole has earned over $6.5 billion at the movie office, it’s safe to assume that Dom and the company will turn a profit on their final outing.
Even with a two-part finale, the action series’ most devoted viewers may find it difficult to say goodbye to their favorite franchise. Diesel once said, “Every story deserves its finish,” and I agree.
Fast 10 Release Date
According to digitalspy, In the beginning, Universal announced that the release date for Fast X will be on April 7 of 2023. (barring any delays, of course). Although the film still opens on May 19, 2023, the date has been moved slightly.
Production officially kicked up on April 20, 2022, and Diesel has been posting Instagram updates ever since. The movie was shot in several European countries, including Italy and Portugal, and production was completed in late August 2022.
— The Fast Saga (@TheFastSaga) February 10, 2023
Despite Tyrese Gibson’s prior comments, the two films have not been shot simultaneously. This could suggest that the wait for the eleventh and final Fast & Furious film will be significantly longer than expected.
Diesel has speculated that the series’ two-part finale is being filmed because “there’s so much territory to cover,” adding, “There are so many sites throughout the world that we have to visit.”
Fast & Furious 11 (or Fast X Part Two, as they style it) has not yet been given a release date, though.
Fast 10 Cast Members: Who Are In It?
Without the return of the bulk of the family, the series finale wouldn’t seem complete, and with the confirmation of production came the expected cast list. With Fast X, the tenth installment, the crucial Toretto family will be back together again.
Given that Fast & Furious 9 ended without any major casualties, it should come as no surprise that Vin Diesel’s Dom is among the returning cast members.
Sung Kang’s surprise return as Han means that he’ll be joining Michelle Rodriguez as Letty, Tyrese Gibson as Roman, Ludacris as Tej, Jordana Brewster as Mia, Charlize Theron as the villain Cipher, and Nathalie Emmanuel as Ramsey in the sequel.
— The Fast Saga (@TheFastSaga) February 11, 2023
Diesel claimed that his daughter was responsible for reintroducing Mia into the script after she had been cut.
It seems like that’s it for the main cast, but we anticipate more guest appearances from actors like Lucas Black (Sean Boswell), Bow Wow (Twinkie), Jason Tobin (Earl Hu), and Shea Whigham (Agent Stasiak) throughout the season.
After F9, Mr. Nobody, played by Kurt Russell, had an uncertain future. We shouldn’t be surprised if he’s still there to aid Dom and his crew; after all, he did assist Han in staging his fake death.
Scott Eastwood will be back in Fast X as Little Nobody, but whether or not Mr. Nobody will also be reprising his role remains to be seen.
Theoretically, Mr. Nobody may have faked Gisele’s death, too, but with all this talk of Han’s comeback, may we see Gal Gadot again in the two-part finale? Since the ninth film took place in outer space, nothing is out of the question.
And in response to that hypothesis, Kang said, “I’m all for it if Gisele comes back.” “In my opinion, Gisele’s comeback is necessary. I think that’s what the fans want. There must be a way to make that happen.”
It’s also possible that Brian O’Conner will make an appearance in the finale, either as a cameo or in a more important capacity. In some capacity, whether perhaps through the use of archival footage of the late Paul Walker or the use of CGI, he will be featured.
What Can We Expect From Fast & Furious 10?
The road ends here. With the release of Fast X, the tenth installment in the Fast & Furious film series, the last chapters of one of the longest-running and most successful film franchises in history are finally set in motion. Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family have outsmarted, out-nerved, and out-driven every adversary they’ve faced through a wide range of missions and against seemingly insurmountable circumstances.
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They are now up against their most formidable foe yet: An ancient evil has resurfaced, spurred by the need for blood revenge, and it is bent on annihilating Dom’s family and everything he cares about. Dom and his crew eliminated the evil Brazilian drug kingpin Hernan Reyes on a bridge in Rio de Janeiro in the 2011 film Fast Five.
They didn’t realize that Reyes’s son Dante (Jason Momoa of Aquaman fame) had been there the whole time and had spent the last 12 years plotting revenge on Dom. Dom’s relatives will be scattered around the globe, from Los Angeles to the catacombs of Rome, from Brazil to London, and from Portugal to the Antarctic, all thanks to Dante’s plan.
There will be a reuniting of old foes and the formation of brand-new ones. But then Dom learns that his son, aged eight (Leo Abelo Perry, Black-ish), is Dante’s ultimate goal of vengeance, and everything changes.
Will There Be a Fast & Furious 11?
Even though Fast X could be the last film in the series, the franchise won’t end after that. Two halves of the film are planned.
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“There’s a lot of territories to cover, and that’s why Fast 10 is being split into two movies. We need to travel to a wide variety of venues around the globe “A quote from Vin Diesel at the F9 press conference.
You can refer to them as Fast X and Fast XI, or Fast & Furious 10 and 10. In any case, we’re not quite through with this tale.
Who Is Making Fast X?
Directing duties were originally assigned to Justin Lin, who had previously helmed F8, F9, and every installment of the franchise between The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift and Fast & Furious 6. But the director has left the project, supposedly because of differences with Vin Diesel.
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The directorship of Fast X has reportedly changed hands from Justin Lin to French filmmaker Louis Leterrier. Leterrier has directed several critically acclaimed films, including The Transporter series, The Transporter 2: The Return, The Incredible Hulk, and Now You See Me.
Does Fast X Have a Trailer?
The official trailer for Fast X, which was published on February 10, 2023, in advance of Super Bowl LVII and features a remix of The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Notorious Thugs,” is as large, loud, and bloated as the franchise itself.
Movie theatres in the United States are scheduled to debut Fast X on May 19, 2023. While there is no official word on when the film will open in India, it will likely coincide with its premiere in the United States.
The Indian box office was blown away by Furious 7, making it the highest-grossing picture in the Fast and Furious franchise. The movie is currently the seventh highest-grossing Hollywood release in India. Indian fans are eagerly awaiting the film’s arrival in theatres there. The production of Fast X cost an estimated $340M. (in Indian Rupees 2308 crores). For more details visit our website Jerseyshorevibe.com