Scott Eastwood Excited to Join Fast 8

Scott Eastwood Excited to Join Fast 8

The Fast & Furious franchise has been beefing up the cast to make up for the loss of Paul Walker a few years back, now Scott Eastwood Excited to Join Fast 8!!!

Find out what Clint Eastwood’s son Scott Eastwood is saying on the flip…

Scott Eastwood Is Excited to Join Fast 8

Scott Eastwood is extremely happy to be part of the franchise and it’s new three part addition to Fast & Furious.

Though Scott’s character has yet to be revealed, Universal Pictures has made a point to say he will play an exciting new character. Eastwood is the latest announcement since last weeks news that Charlize Theron joined the cast. Fast 8 has Straight Outta Compton director F. Gary Gray in the main seat and producer Neal Moritz oversing the movies overall production. Chris Morgan wrote the script.

Eastwood joins franchise regulars including Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese and others in the mix.


Scott Eastwood writes:

“It’s hard to put into words how excited I am for the next Fast & Furious. To me, the series is so much more than just a franchise. It’s a legacy. These great actors who have been in it together for so long have become a family. I absolutely can’t wait to join it.

Now I can’t say too much, but I get to play a new character who operates under Kurt Russell in the movie, which is incredible, because Kurt was a total childhood hero of mine growing up. Very much looking forward to learning a thing or two from such an original and cool guy.

Paul was a close friend of mine. We surfed together, traveled together, and he was a huge role model and influencing figure in my life when I was younger. He still is. He was an older brother to me. For me to be able to add to the F&F story, Paul’s story, and the FAST family is like a dream come true.

Gary Gray and Neal Moritz – I can’t wait to get started and dive in. Vin – thank you for the support and the insight. Paul – I am going to make you proud.”


Fast 8 races in to theaters on April 14, 2017.