Considering the number of films that have already been released and the time that they are already on the market, we can really admit that Fast and Furious is in fact a cinematic universe with thousands and thousands of fans all over the world. After all, if even in the days when Paul Walker was alive, the films in this series were already pumping in theaters, then these days we don’t even talk. It is an authentic gold mine.
That said, it seems that unfortunately the series is already over. And we may possibly only see two more Fast and Furious films. However, the problem is not even found here. This is because, according to the most recent rumors circulating on the Internet, it seems that Toretto will not have a happy ending and will eventually die during the last film. But is this really true?
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Therefore, with all the postponements on the release date of Fast And Furious 9 and the lack of information about the new film. Behold, fans started to draw their own conclusions about what might eventually happen at the end of this series of films. Creating his own theories, including the one that Toretto will eventually die at the end of everything.
However, this information does not seem to be true at all. And even the actor who plays the character (Vin Diesel) has already hinted that Toretto will end up safe and sound. But we really have to wait and see what happens.
In short, it would be a bit like “dying on the beach” if Toretto didn’t end up alive at the end of Fast and Furious. After all, he and some other actors are the main characters that brought the series to life from the beginning. And it wouldn’t be right if it ended this way.
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