With the release of Fast X next week, fans of the Fast and Furious franchise are already looking forward to the next installment. Here’s what we know about Fast and Furious 11.
The History of Fast and Furious Franchise
The Fast and Furious franchise began in 2001 with the movie The Fast and The Furious, which starred Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and Michelle Rodriguez. The series started out as an undercover cop movie and was followed by an underwhelming sequel. However, the franchise kept evolving, becoming a big-budget heist movie with Fast Five and more recently, going sci-fi.
Will There Be a Fast and Furious 11?
Yes, there will be a Fast and Furious 11. Director Louis Leterrier has been confirmed to bring the franchise to a close. Universal Pictures President Peter Cramer said that Leterrier has an “innate understanding” of the franchise and that Fast X will have “all the spectacular action, emotion, and twists” that fans expect.
Robert Downey Jr. Wanted for Fast and Furious 11
Vin Diesel has expressed interest in having Robert Downey Jr. join the cast of Fast and Furious 11. Diesel explained that he sees Downey Jr. playing a character who promotes AI and driverless cars, which is at odds with the “Toretto mentality.”
Why Dwayne Johnson Won’t Be in Fast and Furious 11
Dwayne Johnson, who played Luke Hobbs in the Fast and Furious movies, will not be in Fast and Furious 11. Johnson and Diesel reportedly had a falling out while making the movies, leading to Johnson’s character being spun off into the movie Hobbs & Shaw. Hiram Garcia, a producer for the franchise, confirmed that Johnson would not be in Fast and Furious 11, saying that Johnson had “shifted our focus on to other storytelling avenues.”
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fans of the Fast and Furious franchise can look forward to the upcoming release of Fast X, with the knowledge that there will be a Fast and Furious 11 to follow. Director Louis Leterrier has been confirmed to bring the franchise to a close, and Vin Diesel has expressed interest in having Robert Downey Jr. join the cast. However, Dwayne Johnson will not be appearing in Fast and Furious 11 due to his previous falling out with Diesel. Despite this, fans can expect the same spectacular action, emotion, and twists that have made the franchise a hit.