With the release of Fast X in theaters, the high-octane adventure that has been a part of the Fast & Furious tale for more than 20 years is finally coming to a close. Fans of the larger-than-life action franchise Fast should not fear, though, as multiple films will be necessary to tie up the stories of all of the many, many returning characters.
Fast X 2 is in the works, according to Vin Diesel, who has been a part of the franchise since the beginning. "He announced at CinemaCon 2023, "I will have the honor of coming to you for Part 2 in 2025 after this explosive summer." Here is all the information we have about Fast X: Part 2. There are some Fast X spoilers here, so beware.
Which person will helm Fast X: Part 2? In charge of the camera for Fast X was Louis Leterrier, who took over for franchise veteran Justin Lin. As director of Fast X: Part 2, which Universal has referred to as a "companion piece" to Fast X, Leterrier is anticipated to return.
Who is going to be in the cast? Along with the rest of the Fast Family, which also includes Michelle Rodriguez, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, Jason Statham, Sung Kang, and Nathalie Emmanuel, Vin Diesel will reprise his role as Dom Toretto.
Jason Momoa's Dante, a new bad villain, and Gal Gadot and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who appeared toward the end of Fast X, will also be making a comeback.
What will the plot of Fast X: Part 2 be? The only thing we know for sure about the movie's plot so far is that some characters' futures are still up in the air following Fast X's shocking conclusion. The location of some of the film is known, though; in a Joe interview, director Louis Leterrier hinted that the franchise would be going to Ireland.
What day will it be released? All we currently know is that Fast X: Part 2 will be released in 2025 at some point, perhaps in the summer.
After Fast X: Part 2, will there be another film released? Diesel asserts that the prospect of a third Fast X chapter has not yet been completely ruled out, despite the fact that this film was presumably intended to wrap up the Fast narrative.
Diesel revealed on the red carpet at the Fast X premiere, "The studio had requested if this could be a two-parter going into producing this movie. "And after the studio saw this, Part 1, they asked, 'Could you make Fast X, the finale, a trilogy?'"
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