CelebNMusic247.com has the new details thanks to Vin Diesel taking to his Instagram and spilling the plans for more Furious movies on the flip…
If you’re a diehard Fast & Furious fan then you’re going to be super happy since the Furious Franchise plans to live forever.
CelebNMusic247.com and CelebNMovies247.com has the latest on Universal’s second most successful franchise, which will indeed be 10-films long franchise with spin-off planed to support the characters in the movies.
The news comes courtesy of star Vin Diesel’s Instagram account, where tonight he revealed the release dates for the next three Fast & Furious films.
On Tuesday Vin Diesel took to his IG writing:
“Xander returns…. As most of you know I like to stay in character for the most part when given the opportunity to make magic. However, it was Toretto Tuesday and the studio gave me big news to share… So I will share it…”
As previously announced, Fast 8 drops April 14, 2017, but that will be the first of a new 3 part saga that continues more adventures with Vin Diesel and the crew.
With Paul Walker’s character living a quite life with Dominic Toretto sister. The new movies will move on with 2 more follow up films. Fast & Furious 9 will follow hit theaters on April 19,2019, and Fast & Furious 10 coming April 2, 2021.
Diesel long said that Fast 8 was intended to form the first installment of a trilogy that will bring the series to a conclusion after 10 films. That plan, he says, is in part meant to honor the memory of Paul Walker. That’s very touching, but of course the biggest factor in the decision isn’t sentiment, but money. Luckily for Diesel, the last installment, 2015’s Furious 7, was a huge hit for Universal that went on to earn $1.516 billion worldwide. Even so, the studio has until now declined to make it official official, though they’ve largely been treated as more or less inevitable.
Straight Outta Compton director F. Gary Gray is directing the next installment of the series, Fast 8, with the full cast including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jason Statham expected to return. Neil Moritz is producing with Diesel. – Deadline
Like we said there are plans for spin off films for the Fast & Furious franchise with tie in that will complete the in a full circle.