Fast and Furious, one of the world’s most popular, profitable, and longest-running movie franchises, is gearing up for its tenth installment.
The quick action sequences, including vehicles and other high-octane stunts, have entertained viewers for two decades, and series enthusiasts’ anticipation for the new project is unsurprisingly high.
While there was criticism over Dwayne Johnson’s refusal to feature in the latest picture, there was plenty to cheer about.
Speculations emerged that Jason Momoa was in talks to join the movie. From the actors to the release date and plot, here is all you need to know about the movie.
Fast and Furious 10 Release Date
Universal Pictures confirmed in July 2020 that Fast & Furious 10 will debut in theaters on April 7, 2023. However, the date was set back to May 19, 2023, in December 2021.
Fast & Furious 10 may be the franchise’s final chapter, but it will not be concluded with a particular film. The film will be divided into two halves.
Fast and Furious 10 Cast
You may anticipate the return of most of the team in the series’ next installment, involving:
- Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto
- Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges in the role of Tej Parker
- Michelle Rodriguez being Letty Ortiz
- Nathalie Emmanuel will perform as Ramsey
- Tyrese Gibson will act as Roman Pearce
Fast and Furious 10 Trailer
Sadly, there is no trailer for Fast and Furious 10. Trailers for Fast & Furious films tend to come near the six-month mark before the premiere date, putting an anticipated date on December 2022. But we will have to wait and see!
Fast and Furious 10 Plot
Cipher, the ruthless cyberterrorist in Fast and Furious Season 9, sets brother vs. brother by hiring Jakob Toretto to perform her dirty work.
Dom is forced to face his previous transgressions and, with the assistance of his team, foils Cipher’s scheme. Dom and Jakob reconnect in the end.
While plot information for the tenth episode is scarce at the time, we can anticipate the Toretto team embarking on another global adventure. Cipher is still on the run and undoubtedly has ties in the criminal underground, which should enable her to concoct another scheme with fatal results.
Han still maintains a grudge towards Deckard Shaw, and the storyline is hinted at in the ‘F9’ post-credits sequence. Late actor Paul Walker’s character Brian O’Conner may likely appear in the sequel somehow, although this is extremely doubtful.
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Fast and Furious 9 Ending
After Dom and his family conquered the evil organization attempting to take over the world’s army, he and his family gathered for a celebration BBQ at his house.
Each team member — Letty, Roman Pearce, Ramsey, and Mia Toretto, among others – assembled around the board with a Corona to say grace.
Even so, in the closing moments, just as Little Brian was about to say grace at the board, Dom pointed to an empty seat.
“There is still an empty seat at the table,” Dom stated. “Do not worry,” Mia said. “He is on his way.”
Brian O’Conner’s Toyota Supra comes around the corner and parks in front of the home in the film’s last moment.
These concluding shots imply that Brian remained a family member and had come to celebrate the team’s victory. Brian was not the first character mentioned in Fast and Furious 9.
Previously in the film, Mia and Dom described how Brian had “retired” from violence and was now focusing on his children and Dom’s son, Little Brian, while they challenged Jakob.
From the first through the seventh installments of the Fast & Furious franchise, actor Paul Walker portrayed Brian.
Paul was sadly killed in a vehicle accident in 2013 alongside his buddy Roger Rodas. However, the 40-year-old actor’s persona was preserved, resulting in an emotional invite for Brian in Fast and Furious 7.
Paul’s role was omitted from the film to pay tribute to his legacy in the series. Brian and Dom were seen in the final sequences of Fast and Furious 7 racing across some mountain roads.
Brian’s white Supra eventually drove away in a different direction, indicating that he had split ways with Dom and had died in real life.
“When I initially received the news, I was shell-shocked like everyone else, and it took me days to come to grips with it,” series director James Wan said in 2015. And then the heartbreaks began to set in, and we knew that Paul [Walker] would no longer be a part of our lives going ahead, which was a very difficult one.”
“And completing the film was the farthest thing from my thoughts at that moment,” James continued. It was more about picking up the pieces, returning to set, rallying the team, cast, and crew, and having to put on the serious face and champion and pushing everyone ahead as the director.
“The prospect of that was frightening to me, but it became clear to all of us that we needed to finish this film to honor Paul’s legacy and, more importantly, his memories.”