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Fast & Furious Spy Racers Mexico

Netflix’s speed-loving animated series, Fast & Furious: Spy Racers, returns for a fourth season on April 16. This time, the team of amateur spies aren’t after a villain – they are the villains. Or at least they’re believed to be by their mentor Ms. Nowhere’s spy organization.

On the run from their own agency and on the hunt for the real culprit, Tony Toretto and his friends embark on a mission to Mexico where they encounter all manner of friends and foes. Not to mention the latest gadgets and vehicles in the Fast & Furious universe, of course, as well as the true meaning of “family.”

Related: All The Fast & Furious Connections In Netflix’s Spy Racers

Showrunner Tim Hedrick spoke to Screen Rant about what’s in store for everyone’s favorite mini-spies in the fourth season, why Ms. Nowhere is always such a fun character to write, and just how his dog made it into the series.

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I love how this one season of Spy Racers turns everything on its head. For once, they are the ones on the run instead of specifically being after someone. How fun was it to approach things from that angle?

Tim Hedrick: Oh, great. We always try to find a way to trigger a new set of adventures that gives our team a new point of view. Seeing this secret agency that Nowhere has committed her life to suddenly turn on her and put her on the run was really exciting.
And it’s really cool to see Ms. Nowhere then accept to that challenge and get very excited to be on the run. She really enjoys this, while obviously, our team is not quite ready to go on the run. It’s a little tougher for them.
But that’s a great way to mix it up, and it also allowed us to bring in some new characters in an interesting way. That’s how we can explore Cisco’s family in Mexico, which was really exciting to do.

I loved the introduction of Uncle Tuco, and of course, Danny Trejo is incredible. How did how he come onboard, and what did he bring to that role?

Tim Hedrick: Oh, man. What does Machete bring to the world of Fast and Furious? He was so great, and I was so excited to get him on. I don’t know how the good people at Dreamworks casting make these miracles happen, but it was really exciting to have him come in.
And it really worked out when he and Jorge [Diaz] are performing together. It’s like, “Yeah, these guys seem like they’re related.” They really matched in a great way. Cisco has love of conspiracy theories and strange ideas about how the digestive system works, and then Uncle Tuco rolls in and feels exactly the same way. It’s a really fun family vibe there. And Danny Trejo’s a treat. He is wonderful to work with.

Obviously, the theme is always family.

Tim Hedrick: It’s written on our door when we walk in the room: family.

But this season adds more elements of literal, blood-related family. Not just Uncle Tuco but a little more of Frostee’s sister, Sissy.

Tim Hedrick: Yeah, watching Sissy emerge as a young spy is pretty cool, right? It does feel like, “Wait a second. She’s still like three steps ahead of Frostee. Where’s that character going?” That’s really fun, because it’s Vin’s daughter Similce [Diesel] that plays her. It’s family on family on family.
She’s great, and we really did want to hit that family theme on the head. We thought, since we were thinking about where we could go this season in terms of new locations, that we would go to Mexico and get some luchadores in there, which brought in Cisco’s family. It just made a lot of sense, and it was a very organic process to put that together.

As you mentioned, Ms. Nowhere is going through it after being betrayed by her agency but also having the time of her life on the run. Did you want to make her the viewpoint character for the season from the star, or did that emerge naturally?

Tim Hedrick: You know, I love everything that Ms. Nowhere does. I think Renee is just the greatest performer of our time; every time she’s in the booth, it’s exciting. She’s such a badass.
So, of course, she’s going to be in charge as they’re on the run. But then it really becomes a conflict in the team, because she doesn’t have a rank anymore. Now they’re kind of fighting for who’s in control, so that was interesting.
And then it was also really fun to see Gary and Julius left behind, and see them find their new role model in Palindrome. I thought how he nurtures them as his underlings was just hilarious. Tru Valentino is the actor who plays both of those characters, and he’s incredible. So, that was a lot of fun.

The Gary and Julius dynamic is incredible. But for Gary specifically, how strange is it for him to not be on Ms. Nowhere’s side? What’s he going through in this moment?

Tim Hedrick: He knows spies flip; it happens all the time. This is what happens at the agency when you think you know somebody and then they turn on you. You just have to roll with it.
He’s a company man, so Gary just shows up to work every day. He’s got a list on the wall that says these are enemies and these are friends, and he’s like, “Okay, let’s go to work.” He’s a stalwart at the agency. I think that’s how you survive there.

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We got a lot of new villains and characters this season, but I also love when you bring old ones back – like Rafaela, who is consistently a delight. Are there any others you hope to bring back if you have future seasons?

Tim Hedrick: Listen, everything’s on the table. I don’t think we’ve had anybody that I didn’t enjoy working with on the show. All the characters have been really interesting.
Rafaela is a great example. We’re like, “Oh, I don’t know, maybe we can see her pop in.” Because she ha so much fun being so annoying. She kind of hits that note. So, absolutely. If there are future seasons of the show, I would love to bring everybody back.

Have there already been discussions on that front? Do you know where the show stands?

Tim Hedrick: I’m discussing it constantly. I don’t know if anybody’s listening, but I’m always I’m always up to discuss future seasons.

As for the new characters, I loved the tension between Ms. Nowhere and both Palindrome and Moray. Can you talk a little bit about that frienemy dynamic, without giving away too many spoilers?

Tim Hedrick: Ms. Nowhere would have you believe that she started last week and is only 19 years old, but we know she has a nebulous amount of years in the past on missions. So, she definitely has cultivated some enemies and frenemies in the field. Moray is definitely one of those mysterious forces.
In terms of Palindrome, we really knew that once Ms. Nowhere goes on the run, you have to bring in a pretty heavy hitter to go down. Who is going to be up to the task of bringing her in? That’s how Palindrome came about, and we were lucky to get Big Show on the case to play Palindrome. He’s really fantastic and brings all of the presence that you would think a guy called Big Show should. He lives up to his name.

I’m fascinating by all the different car designs, as well as the different things they can do. Do you base them on real cars or your imagination? And do you leave the creation entirely to the animation team, or do you first write out what you need the car to do?

Tim Hedrick: Both. We have things that, story wise, we want to happen. But we also have a pretty awesome team of designers, many of whom are actual car designers, who went to school to design cars for Mercedes-Benz or whatever and instead work for us drawing new cars. They definitely bring a level of realism every single time they sit down to design a car, because they make sure that the weight is correct, and that the interior is correct. And that if it’s a mini engine model, how would it maneuver?
There’s a lot of legitimate engineering that goes into building those CG cars, which is very intricate. I’m not qualified to really comment on it, other than to say, “Wow, that’s cool.” They’re very, very talented people.

It certainly is cool. Meanwhile, we get the cutest new family member ever in Roscoe. Where did he come from, and what can you tell me about how he melts Ms. Nowhere’s heart?

Tim Hedrick: I’m glad you brought this up. Roscoe is based on my dog. This is what you get to do if you ever run a show: you get to put your dog on the show. I think was in my contract from day one, that if the show goes to four seasons, I can put my dog in the show.
But yes, it was very exciting to see Roscoe come to life. And I will tell you that Roscoe the real dog has watched Roscoe the cartoon. He likes to watch TV and he definitely recognized himself.
Not only does he melt Ms. Nowhere’s, he will melt the world’s heart. There’s more to come from that very talented dog.

On an unrelated but equally exciting not, we know the Avatarverse is coming into our lives and giving us new content. I enjoyed your work both Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra. Can you share whether you’ll be participating in future projects within that universe in the near future?

Tim Hedrick: I’ve been consulting on the Avatar comics for the last couple years, and it’s very exciting. I guess that’s all I can say, because I don’t want to scoop any Avatar news. It’s super cool, and I’m very excited to see more Avatar stuff come out.
From what I’ve heard – and I believe me, I’m not in the center of it or anything – it sounds like there’s gonna be a lot more Avatar coming out in the next few years. It’s gonna be really cool. I’m excited, because Mike and Bryan are very talented creators, but also just such good people. It’s great stuff.

More: Tim Hedrick & Bret Haaland Interview: Fast & Furious Spy Racers Sahara

Fast & Furious: Spy Racers Mexico launches exclusively on Netflix April 16.

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All 4 Fast & Furious Heroes Who Stayed Dead (& Which One Is Most Likely To Return)

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Fast & Furious franchise is known for bringing back dead characters, but there are a few heroes who have remained dead. Jack Toretto, Dom’s father, died in a racing accident and his death should not be undone in the franchise. Jesse, a member of Dom’s crew, was killed in a drive-by shooting, while Vince was killed during an ambush. Elena, Dom’s love interest, was killed by the villain Cipher.

The Fast & Furious franchise has brought many characters back from the dead, but a handful of its heroes have remained killed off after their demise. The Fast Saga has taken its characters on a wild ride from street racing to the most outlandish adventures possible. The running theme of the Fast & Furious franchise has long been family, with Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) building quite a large family indeed over the course of the Fast Saga’s run.

On top of its embrace of ridiculous, superhuman feats as a staple of its action scenes, the Fast & Furious movies are also well known for bringing back seemingly dead characters for more missions. The returns of Sung Kang’s Han in F9 and Gal Gadot’s Gisele Yashar in Fast X would be especially noteworthy in emphasizing the notion that no Fast & Furious death is irreversible. However, that is not entirely true, as there have been a few Fast & Furious heroes who have died and never come back.

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4 Jack Toretto
An image of Jack Toretto driving a car in F9

Jack Toretto (J.D. Pardo) is the father of Dom, Mia (Jordana Brewster), and Jakob Toretto (John Cena), and is first seen in a flashback to 1989 in F9. Jack is a highly skilled race car driver who instilled that talent in his children, with Dom and Jakob being part of his racing pit crew. However, Jack’s racing career took a tragic turn when his car malfunctioned and crashed, killing him. Dom later beat his father’s racing opponent, Kenny Linder (Jim Parrack), almost to death with a wrench, believing him responsible for his father’s demise.

This tragedy also led to Dom and Jakob falling out, with Dom later coming to believe that Jakob set up their father’s death since he was the last one to work on his car. However, Jack was intentionally attempting to throw the race in order to get his family out of debt. He had asked Jakob to help tinker with his car so that it would fail, with Jack’s death being unintentional on both their parts. While his return has been theorized by fans, of all the characters killed off in Fast & Furious, Jack Toretto’s death should never be retconned.

3 Jesse
Jesse in The Fast and the Furious pic

One of the early members of Dom’s family in the original The Fast and the Furious, Jesse (Chad Lindberg) was the brains of Dom’s crew in his enterprise of stealing DVD players. Jesse went on the run after losing a street race to Dom’s rival, Johnny Tran (Rick Yune), having bet his MK3 Volkswagen Jetta in the race. Jesse was later killed outside of Dom’s house when Johnny Tran and his associate Lance Nguyen (Reggie Lee) arrived and performed a drive-by shooting. Dom and Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) then chased down Johnny Tran and Lance Nguyen to avenge their fallen friend.

2 Vince
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Vince (Matt Schulze) was another member of Dom’s crew in The Fast & the Furious, and he was badly injured during a truck heist in that first movie. After his recovery, Vince fled to Rio de Janeiro where he later reunited with Dom and family in Fast Five. Despite Vince having settled down with a wife and a baby son, he agreed to join Dom’s daring heist of Rio’s most feared crime boss Hernan Reyes (Joaquim de Almeida). Unfortunately, Vince was killed during an ambush by Reyes’s team. After successfully pulling off the heist, Dom left Vince’s intended share of the money with his wife and son.

1 Elena
Elena Neves walks with her gun drawn by a car

Elena Neves (Elsa Pataky) worked alongside Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) in apprehending Dom and his crew in Fast Five. She and Dom gradually developed feelings for each other, however, and departed for Spain with Dom at the end of the movie. After Dom learned that his wife Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez) was still alive despite her apparent death in Fast & Furious, Dom and Elena had an amicable split, only for it to later be revealed that Elena is the mother of Dom’s son in The Fate of the Furious.

RELATED: How (& Where) To Watch The Fast & Furious Movies In Order By Release Date & Chronologically

After Elena was killed by the villainous Cipher (Charlize Theron), Dom and Letty raised the boy together, with the two naming him Brian after Brian O’Conner. Meanwhile, Dom later met Elena’s sister Isabel (Daniela Melchior), who joined Dom’s crew in Fast X. While Elena remains deceased as of Fast X, the arrival of her sister Isabel and Fast & Furious’s habit of not truly killing off characters makes her the most likely thought-to-be-dead hero to potentially return as the franchise speeds towards its finale.

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Fast & Furious 9 Producers Fined $1M For On-Set Accident, $1.2M Lawsuit Pending

Fast & Furious 9 faces hefty legal outcomes as the producers are fined $1 million for an on-set accident in addition to a $1.2 million lawsuit.

Michelle Rodriguez and Vin Diesel bracing before crash in F9

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Fast & Furious 9 producers have been fined $1 million and face a lawsuit over a stunt accident that caused “life-changing” injuries to a stunt performer. Stunt performer Joe Watts suffered a fractured skull and traumatic brain injury after a stunt mishap on the set of Fast & Furious 9. Investigation revealed that the producers neglected to address critical safety components, leading to the accident. Watts is seeking $1.2 million in personal damages.

The Fast & Furious 9 producers face a lawsuit and a hefty fine after a tragic stunt accident during filming in 2019. Directed by Justin Lin, F9: The Fast Saga was released in 2021, and was followed up by Fast X this year. Fast & Furious 9 was a relative box office success, taking home $726 million.

Two years after the film’s release, the Fast & Furious 9 producers are facing a lawsuit after an on-set accident. As per Variety, the producers were fined $1 million for “life-changing” injuries faced by stunt performer Joe Watts. Watts is also suing Warner Bros. $1.2 million in personal damages.

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Watts is an experienced stunt performer who has worked on other major action sets including Solo: A Star Wars Story, Ready Player One, and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. His life changed on the set of Fast & Furious 9 when a stunt mishap flung him 25 feet onto a concrete floor below. This wrongly-executed stunt left Watts with a fractured skull and a traumatic brain injury that has had lasting impacts on the performer.

After an investigation of this incident, it was determined that his stunt vest line had become detached. The incident was then brought up in a U.K. court when the U.K.’s Health and Safety executive claimed that FF9 Pictures had failed to address a critical component during the risk assessment: a “rope snap or link failure.” This failure involved neglecting to inspect Watts’s vest and extend the crash matting. Watts’ injuries were reportedly life-threatening, and District Judge Talwinder Buttar declared him “fortunate to be alive.”

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Watts has not been able to return to work as a stunt performer as a result of his injuries, thus having a vast impact on his career. This fact is noted in his $1.2 million against the production company, which is still pending. As Watts continues to face career losses after his tragic Fast & Furious 9 injury, the lawsuit will hopefully side in his favor as his case develops.

Source: Variety

F9 Poster F9: The Fast Saga Release Date: 2021-06-25 Director: Justin Lin Cast: Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Nathalie Emmanuel, Charlize Theron, John Cena, Sung Kang, Helen Mirren, Lucas Black, Kurt Russell Rating: PG-13 Runtime: 143 Minutes Genres: Action, Adventure, Crime Writers: Daniel Casey, Justin Lin, Alfredo Botello Budget: $200–225 million Studio(s): Universal Pictures Distributor(s): Universal Pictures Sequel(s): Fast X, Fast and Furious 11, Fast & Furious 12 prequel(s): Fast & Furious, 2 Fast 2 Furious, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, The Fast And The Furious, Fast Five, Fast and Furious 6, Furious 7, Fast and Furious 8 Franchise(s): Fast and Furious

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Every Planned Fast & Furious Movie That Didn’t Happen (& Why)

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Vin Diesel was not the first choice for the role of Dominic Toretto in The Fast and the Furious. The studio initially wanted Timothy Olyphant, and there are significant differences between the original project and the final result. Vin Diesel did not return for 2 Fast 2 Furious, the only movie in the main saga without him or Paul Walker. However, a The Fast and the Furious sequel with Diesel could have happened. Vin Diesel was originally supposed to star in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, but the studio wanted a high school setting instead. He made a cameo at the end of the film.

Fast & Furious has gone from a low-stakes, standalone movie to a full-on blockbuster franchise, but not every envisioned project has become a reality. The Fast Saga premiered in 2001 with Paul Walker and Vin Diesel as lead actors, and it ended up spreading over 11 movies, one spin-off, two different short films, and a television series as of 2023, with more to come. The Fast & Furious franchise, which grossed over $7 billion globally, was supposed to be even bigger, and some projects will never get to happen.

Initially, the Fast & Furious franchise started as a street racing series with a focus on the car culture, culminating with the 2009 film Fast & Furious. Starting Fast Five, the saga transitioned from car races to heists and espionage, a theme that continued for the rest of the series. Fast & Furious was supposed to end with Fast X, but since there are a few rumored and confirmed Fast & Furious movies in development, the saga will likely continue in some form. Interestingly, Fast & Furious’ history could have been a lot different had any of its canceled or reimagined projects happened in their original forms.

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8 The Original The Fast And The Furious
Vin Diesel Wasn’t The First Choice
Dominic Toretto crosses his arms in front of black smoke from Fast & Furious

Although no one could see any actor portraying Dominic Toretto other than Vin Diesel, he wasn’t the first choice for the part. The first film, based on the article “Racer X” by Ken Li, always had Paul Walker tied to it, as Waulker had worked with director Rob Cohen on 2000’s The Skulls. Gary Scott Thompson wrote the original script, and the action took place in New York. However, David Ayer and Erik Bergquist were brought to the project and changed most of it. When it comes to Dominic Toretto’s role, the studio initially wanted Timothy Olyphant. Luckily for Diesel, Olyphant had previously starred in a car-related film, Gone in 60 Seconds, and declined the role.

Related: David Ayer’s Fast & Furious Script Changes Created A $7.4 Billion Box Office Juggernaut

Producer Neal H. Moritz suggested Vin Diesel after his role in the 2000’s Pitch Black. However, despite him not starring in lead roles yet, Diesel didn’t accept the deal right away, and most of the script had to be rewritten with his notes before he accepted. Jordana Brewster wasn’t the first choice, either, as Mia Toretto was originally written for Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Eliza Dushku. The Fast and the Furious could have been a very different film, but the final result is arguably the better version of the project.

7 Fast & Furious 2 With Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto
The Second Movie Gives Brian A New Partner
Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto with Paul Walker and Tyrese Gibbons from 2 Fast 2 Furious

Vin Diesel didn’t return for 2 Fast 2 Furious, even though the first installment helped launch his career. Although he was reportedly offered $25 million to reprise his role, he didn’t sign on for the sequel, because he didn’t feel like the film needed one and didn’t like the script. 2 Fast 2 Furious went on to introduce Tyrese’s Roman Pearce and put Paul Walker’s Brian in the spotlight. However, had Diesel joined the sequel, it would surely have been massively different from what audiences got. Years later, Diesel confirmed that he would’ve done things differently and fought harder for revisions on the script, as he did with the first one.

6 Tokyo Drift With Toretto As The Main Character
Vin Diesel Only Had a Small Cameo
Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto and the Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift's Luke and Han

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is the third installment in the Fast saga. However, it can be considered a standalone as it doesn’t feature any of the previous characters. It introduces Sung Kang as Han Lue, who would go on to reprise his role in 2009’s Fast & Furious. Vin Diesel reprised his role as Dominic Toretto in a very brief cameo at the end of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, though, but that only happened after making a unique deal with Universal Pictures: he wanted the rights to Riddick, the sci-fi action saga for which he wanted to develop a sequel.

Although he has a short cameo at the end of the film, Vin Diesel was originally supposed to star in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. The movie’s screenwriter, Chris Morgan, told UPROXX. “Essentially it was Tokyo Drift, but it was with Vin, and his character kind of had to go out and learn drifting. And there was a murder he had to solve. … And they said, ‘Nah, can’t do that. We have to do high school.’” Luckily, they didn’t go for that idea, and the franchise lived on, with Diesel and the rest of the cast returning for the fourth one. Tokyo Drift would be “retconned back” into the franchise during Fast & Furious 6’s post-credits scene.

5 Vin Diesel’s Solo Dominic Toretto Movie
Fast & Furious Was Supposed To Be Dom’s Movie
Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in Fast & Furious

Vin Diesel is the star of the Fast & Furious franchise, but he almost had his solo movie, too. Diesel’s career only evolved after The Fast And The Furious, and he made his way back to Dom Toretto with a cameo in 2006’s The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift. Diesel would fully return to the role and reunite with the original cast for 2009’s Fast & Furious. However, before the 2009 film reunited the original crew, it was supposed to be a solo Dominic Toretto movie. Considering how solid Fast & Furious (2009) was, and how it reignited the franchise, it’s good that a solo Toretto film didn’t happen during that time.

4 Hobbs & Shaw 2
The Sequel With Dwayne Johnson And Jason Statham Is Long In The Works

Hobbs & Shaw introduced the franchise’s antiheroes, Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham), giving them their spin-off film in 2019. The spin-off was a success, making $760 million at the box office with a $200 million budget. Naturally, Universal greenlit a sequel, but it never materialized. The movie was supposed to take the two action stars on more adventures, but it’s unlikely it will happen now.

Related: Hobbs & Shaw 2: Confirmation, Dwayne Johnson’s Fast Saga Plans & Everything We Know

Hobbs & Shaw 2 has been in active development since November 2021, but there are not many details available. The latest updates indicate that the next Hobbs movie will not be a sequel to Hobbs & Shaw. Instead, it will be a Dwayne Johnson solo Fast & Furious film building up from Fast X’s ending. Despite his differences with Vin Diesel, The Rock reprised his role in Fast X in a post-credits scene, setting up his solo future in the franchise.

3 The Original Furious 7
Paul Walker’s Tragic Death Called For Many Changes

Furious 7 picks up after the events of Fast & Furious 6 and mixes with Tokyo Drift, with Lucas Black reprising his role as Sean Boswell. After appearing in the credits scene of Fast & Furious 6, Jason Statham has a bigger role in the movie. The film also marks Paul Walker’s last acting credit, as he passed away during filming. Universal put the movie on hold, and, although Furious 7 was almost canceled, the filmmakers were able to reshoot and rewrite the film. For the remaining scenes in the movie, Paul Walker’s brothers, Cody and Caleb, acted as stand-ins for Brian’s scenes. Later, they used CGI to recreate Paul Walker’s face.

2 Fast X as the Series’ Ending
Fast X Was Supposed To Tie All Lose Ends
Cipher in Fast 9 and the poster for Furious X

The Fast saga had been hinting at “one last ride” for a while, although there is no certain end in sight. It was all supposed to end with Fast X, which would tie all loose ends. Later, the project evolved into a two-part finale. Justin Lin was supposed to direct both films but exited Fast X due to creative differences. With Dwayne Johnson’s new Fast & Furious spinoff in development, it’s clear that Fast X is no longer really the end of the franchise. It also remains to be seen whether Fast & Furious 12 will happen as, despite what Vin Diesel has hinted at, a new film in the main saga after Fast X, Part 2 has yet to be confirmed.

1 All-Female Fast & Furious Spin-Off
A Project Long In The Works
Gisele, Cipher, and Letty in Fast & Furious

In 2019, Vin Diesel teased an all-female spin-off for the Fast & Furious franchise. Nicole Perlman, Lindsey Beer, and Geneva Robertson-Dworet were tied to the project for the script, and the timeline suggested it would come out after Fast 9. That hasn’t happened yet, but the project isn’t canceled, so it might happen eventually. Still, there’s no certainty about it. It’s unclear which Fast & Furious characters would be part of the movie, but Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Tess (Brie Larson), Gisele (Gal Gadot), and Cipher (Charlize Theron) would likely be part of it.

Sources: UPROXX

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