Fast & Furious 10 Will Be The Final Movie Of The Series -Report
Fast & Furious 10 will mark the 20th anniversary amd the end of the series.
According to Digital Spy Vin Diesel revealed back in February 2016 that there was going to be a Fast & Furious 9 and 10, and now producer Neal Moritz has spoken a bit about the finishing line for the huge franchise.
“We kind of have the ending point of the franchise, but we don’t know the in-betweens yet,” he told Collider, adding that along with writer Chris Morgan and Diesel, they have come up with something that “we think is very special”.
Fast & Furious 9 is currently scheduled to be released on April 19, 2019, followed by the tenth outing on April 2, 2021, but there are no plans to shoot them back-to-back.
“We’ve considered it, but you’ve seen what goes into the making of these movies. It’s just daunting. That would mean we would need to have two scripts finished, which we have enough of a hard time getting one script ready in time,” Moritz explained.
“And it would just mean we would end up shooting like 160 days straight, and it’s just too much. I just don’t think we can do it.”
There’s every chance that the next two instalments will delve further into Han’s death from Fast & Furious 6, following Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw being made – kind of – into a good guy in Fast & Furious 8.
“We’re going to lean into [Han’s death]. We haven’t forgotten about it. We’re going to investigate all of that,” Morgan teased recently when defending the Shaw twist.