With the release of F9 in 2021, fans of the Fast & Furious franchise have been wondering if Fast and Furious 10 will be the last movie.
Will this be the end of an era for Dominic Toretto and his team? Will it mark a new beginning for this beloved series?
Will we get to see another trailer featuring Vin Diesel and co. in 2023? These are all questions we’ll have to wait until 2023 to answer when Fast and Furious 10 is released. Until then, fans can only speculate on what will happen next!
Fast & Furious 10 Is Part 1 Of A Two-Part Finale
Given the enormous success of the Fast & Furious franchise, it’s not surprising that they would want to go big with its final chapter.
After all, Harry Potter and the Twilight series both had two-part finales, and even though the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still going strong, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame wrapped up the Infinity Saga as a two-part story.
With Fast & Furious 10 set to be part one of the two-part finale, fans of this long-running action franchise can look forward to a satisfying conclusion that takes full advantage of modern storytelling trends.
While beloved character Luke Hobbs won’t be returning for Fast X, Fast 11 promises to provide a fitting epilogue to the series that has captivated audiences around the world.
Why The Fast & Furious Franchise Is Ending With Fast 11
With Fast and Furious 9’s continued box office strength showing that the series is far from losing its commercial viability, it is also clear that Fast 11 coming at the right time – as stated by Vin Diesel, who serves as an executive producer on the series – plays a key role in ending the franchise.
Himself quipping (via Vulture): “The finale comes because every good story needs a finale; because every book that you’ve read has a last chapter; because that’s the nature of storytelling,” this conclusion to The Fast Saga had been built up with each installment and will provide the unexpected accomplishment of summing up epic car chases with emotional payoffs.
Inculcating themselves into pop culture (and even spawning theme park rides!), Fast and Furious has gone further and bigger than anyone could have initially imagined. With Fast 11, audiences from all over will be able to see how this enjoyable ride culminates.
Will There Be Fast & Furious Spinoffs After Fast X & Fast 11?
The Fast & Furious franchise has captured imaginations all over the world, and with the conclusion of the main saga looming large on the horizon, fans may have felt that this meant the end of their beloved brand.
However, series star Vin Diesel recently gave hints to a potential brighter future for F&F. In an interview with Vulture magazine, he alluded to the fact that the Fast universe will still be alive, suggesting potential different stories and iterations within it that had yet to be explored.
Furthermore they’ve already made several offshoots and spinoff movies such as Hobbs & Shaw and there have been murmurs of a female-focused spinoff in development.
Therefore although Fast X and Fast 11 are set to bring this particular chapter in cinema history to a close, it’s almost guaranteed that more intricate stories from within the universe await around each corner!
With the conclusion of Fast & Furious Spy Racers hotly anticipated for late 2021, it could open up the door to a variety of Fast Saga spinoffs in the future.
Hobbs & Shaw has already done this tremendously well, with its potential for at least one more installment and Dwayne Johnson hinting at it being the swan song of his character Luke Hobbs.
This would surely mark the end of that particular spinoff storyline but it leaves exciting possibilities for other characters in the franchise; they could also head off on solo adventures, much like Hobbs & Shaw has.
Vin Diesel’s long-running Fast & Furious journey has been a wild ride, so what new directions these new spinoffs will take viewers remains to be seen – and will no doubt penetrate into some thrilling new territory!
How The Fast X Trailer Teases The Fast Saga Ending
The Fast X trailer teases an epic, thrilling end to the beloved Fast Saga. With an ensemble cast of characters that have developed over the course of 10 movies, the trailer promises a fitting farewell to their stories, while also hinting at new directions their characters could take in possible spinoffs or sequels.
The recent release of the Fast X trailer has finally unveiled some of the details about the movie that many fans were speculating about.
With Charlize Theron’s Cipher as the villainess, John Cena’s Jakob Toretto, and the notorious Eteon organization all looming in the background, Fast and Furious 10 was anticipated to be full of exciting plot twists.
The new trailer surprises viewers by introducing an additional villain, Jason Momoa’s Dante.
This added layer of tension and suspense makes it clear that this highly-anticipated installment will be full of epic battles between Dom and his family, and their adversaries. Fans can expect plenty of action promises when Fast 10 hits cinemas on May 22nd.
Fast and furious 10 trailer (2023)
The upcoming Fast X is set to be released in May 2021, but fans of the franchise will have to wait until 2023 for the highly-anticipated trailer of Fast and Furious 10.
Teasing what could be the final installment of the beloved saga, F10 is sure to bring plenty of surprises and action-packed thrills.
Conclusion – Will fast and furious 10 be the last movie
The Fast & Furious franchise has become a beloved part of pop culture, with its mix of thrilling action and emotional payoffs. With the upcoming release of Fast X and Fast 11, fans will finally get to see how this exciting ride concludes.
However, even after the main saga ends there is still plenty to look forward to in the form of potential spinoff movies such as Hobbs & Shaw or a female-focused version.
Vin Diesel’s hints have made it clear that although one chapter may be ending soon, more stories from within this universe await around each corner – making sure that fast cars won’t be leaving our screens anytime soon! Will you be watching when F9 hits cinemas on May 22nd?