More than two decades ago, a film delved into the world of car customization (tuning) and illegal street racing to fascinate millions of fans around the world. We are referring, of course, to Fast & Furious, often known in Spain as At full throttle and Hispanic America as Fast and furious.
That movie directed by Rob Cohen and starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez y Jordana Brewster It was the basis for an entire action franchise that, although it has lost part of its essence over the years, jumping into the most unlikely action, has built its own mythology.
Fast & Furious has seen everything throughout these more than two decades, including the death of the actor who gave life to Brian O’Conner, Paul Walker, who left a great void in his teammates. Now, with Fast X about to land in theaters around the world, the saga is already looming at its next end.
It is well known that the adventures of Dominic Toretto and his “family” are heading to their end with the eleventh movie of the main saga, which, in reality, is the second part of the film that opens on may 19.
The Fast & Furious saga will end in two years
This week is taking place CinemaCon in Las Vegas and while most of his announcements are made behind closed doors, those that don’t involve footage soon make themselves known outside of Caesars Palace.
One of those announcements has been the confirmation that Fast & Furious 11 will arrive in 2025 to conclude the journey of Dominic Toretto and his ever-growing “family.”
The saga of action will come to an end with this last film that will close the events that are established in May when its predecessor is released. Dom and company will face off against Dante Reyes, the villain played by Jason Momoa who is the son of Hernán Reyes, the enemy of Fast & Furious 5 played by Joaquim de Almeida.
Although it will conclude its main saga, Universal maintains plans to produce several Fast & Furious spin-offs that have been playing for some time, although none have received the green light yet.