The Fast and the Furious series may continue with several parts after the main series ends Fast X Parts 1, 2, maybe 3. The star and producer Vin Diesel told about it Variety that he is developing additional services, and in fact he has been working on them for years. One of them is the movie “Fast and Furious” with a female lead.
“I started developing a female spin-off … in 2017 with other spin-offs, and the sooner I get the finale out, the sooner I can get all the spin-offs off the ground,” Diesel said.
The Fast and the Furious series has already seen a spin-off in the form of 2019’s Hobbs and Shaw, starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jason Statham. There was also an animated series “Spy Racers”, which ran in 2019-2021 on Netflix.
Fast and Furious star Michelle Rodriguez is also quoted in the article as saying that she may take a step back and opt out of any potential future splits. “You pass the baton,” she said. “When it comes to the next generation, you have to. It’s the only way to let them define the future.”
Fast X released in the US on May 19 and collected a huge opening weekend box office, bank over $300 million worldwide.
Fast X has an overall score of 55 on GameSpot’s sister site Metacritic, based on 56 reviews from criticsand at GameSpot Quick review of XPhil Owen wrote that the film lacks the memorable moments and charm that the previous installments had.
“Instead of a decent story, Fast X is a rehashing of plot threads and set pieces from past films… Fast X is an exhausting experience,” Owen wrote. “Like Fate and F9, it’s overstuffed and more concerned with fan service and growing a family than telling a decent story. The action is just okay, and the CGI is often terrible.”
To learn more about the film–if you’ve seen it–you can check out the discussion at X’s quick ending and the post-credits scene.
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