Fast and Furious 9 and 10 Are Coming And Here’s When

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"One last trilogy."

Back in September Vin Diesel revealed plans to wrap up the insanely popular Fast and Furious franchise with “one last trilogy.” And it seems he wasn’t joking. We already know that ‘Fast 8’ will be directed by Straight Outta Compton’s F. Gary Gray, and that it will include the biggest explosion Iceland will ever see. We have absolutely no idea how they will be able to top that in the ninth and tenth movies, but Universal has given themselves plenty of time to work it out.

‘2 Decades, 10 Films, 1 Saga.’ In 2017, Fast 8 will hit cinemas on April 14, followed by Faster 9 on April 19, 2019, and the final movie, Even Faster 10, will wrap up what will then be a 20-year odyssey on April 2, 2021. Yep, there’s five more years of this shit to endure.

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