Vin Diesel & Fast 10 Director Hype Fast & Furious Sequel in BTS Video

Vin Diesel & Fast 10 Director Hype Fast & Furious Sequel in BTS Video

Vin Diesel and Fast & Furious 10 aka Fast X, director Justin Lin hype the film in a new behind-the-scenes video. The latest entry in the Fast and The Furious franchise recently revealed the new logo and title of the film (Fast X), which is the first of a two-part finale to the franchise’s main story. Diesel returns to the franchise he’s helped make famous as Dominic Toretto, joined by the series regulars of Michelle Rodriguez, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, Sung Kang, and Nathalie Emmanuel (and perhaps a few returning surprises).

Also joining the sequel are newcomers to the series, including Jason Momoa as the main villain, The Suicide Squad’s Daniela Melchior in an undisclosed role, and Brie Larson in another mystery role. Director Lin is back behind the camera, returning to the franchise with last year’s F9 after taking a hiatus after Fast & Furious 6. Director James Wan took on Furious 7, while F. Gary Gray took the helm for The Fate of the Furious. Lin will now direct the last two films in the franchise’s main story, which culminates in Fast & The Furious 11.

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In a new video from the set of Fast X, Diesel hyped the latest entry in the franchise alongside Lin, noting that they just finished week one of the film. Diesel asks Lin how it feels, with Lin responding that it “feels like the beginning of an epic ending,” but the actor doesn’t let him get away with just that. He nudges Lin again, asking if he thinks Fast X will be the best one, which seems to get a very affirmative reaction from Lin, who says, “In my heart, yes,” prompting Diesel to “Ooo” in response. Check out the full exchange below:

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Diesel has used social media to hype The Fast & The Furious franchise for a while now, and even used it to attempt to lure co-stars back, including Dwayne Johnson, who has refused to return to the main franchise (he instead starred in the first spinoff, Hobbs & Shaw) after a falling out with the actor. Still, even without Johnson and the tragic loss of series regular Paul Walker, who died shortly after Furious 7, there’s a good amount of fresh blood in the series to keep things interesting, especially with Momoa and Larson joining the fray. There are other franchise staples that could pop up, too, from Jason Statham to Charlize Theron to Kurt Russell and beyond. No doubt the studio and the filmmakers will pull out all the stops to finish in style, so it’s very likely that news of more stars joining will continue.

There’s no denying the juggernaut that is The Fast & The Furious franchise, acting as Universal Pictures’ biggest moneymaker next to the Jurassic World franchise. It’s hard to believe that the franchise will actually end at the conclusion of the eleventh film, as box office will no doubt dictate what continues and what doesn’t. While the main story may be coming to a close, it’s the safest bet in town that there will be more films carrying the Fast & The Furious name well beyond the final film in the series. While it may or may not involve Diesel, consist of spinoffs, or go in another direction altogether, the franchise is likely here to stay, with Fast & Furious 10 aka Fast X acting as the next big entry. If prior box office is any indication, Fast X is sure to drive audiences to theaters in droves.

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