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10 Harsh Realities Of Rewatching Tokyo Drift 18 Years After Fast & Furious’ First Spinoff Movie


Lucas Black was 24 at the time, making Sean Boswell’s high school student persona hard to believe.
Sean made plenty of questionable decisions throughout Tokyo Drift, showcasing his reckless behavior.
The product placement in Tokyo Drift was excessive, with various brands appearing throughout the film.

Looking back 18 years after The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift was released, audiences still talk about and enjoy the action-packed film, although upon rewatching, some harsh realities must be faced. As the first spin-off and standalone sequel in the Fast & Furious franchise, there was a lot to love about Tokyo Drift, but there were just as many issues. As the story of high school troublemaker and car fanatic Sean Boswell (Lucas Black), who was sent to Tokyo to avoid jail time for car racing, Tokyo Drift had plenty of absurdities that revealed themselves upon a rewatch.

With lots of older actors being cast as teenagers and a massive amount of reckless drag racing, Tokyo Drift was the kind of movie that to be fully enjoyed required viewers to set their logic aside and just enjoy the ride. Looking back on Tokyo Drift there were frustrating storylines, infuriating character decisions, and developments that negatively impacted future entries in the series. While there were lots of harsh realities on display when rewatching, Tokyo Drift still remained one of the most enjoyable movies in the entire Fast & Furious franchise.

10 Sean Boswell Was No High School Student
Sean’s actor Lucas Black was 24 years old at the time

Lucas Black, the actor who played Sean, was 24 years old when
Tokyo Drift
was released.

When rewatching The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, the entire premise fell apart when noticing that there was just no way Sean Boswell was believable as a 17-year-old high school student. Lucas Black, the actor who played Sean, was 24 years old when Tokyo Drift was released, and it felt strange to watch a clearly adult man being treated like a wayward child by the police and his mother. To avoid jail time, Sean was sent to live in Tokyo with his father, but it was hard to shake the feeling that he should have just lived independently.

Watching Sean dress up in his high school uniform and try to start anew at a Japanese school looked unusual when this actor would be better cast as the teacher instead. While many movies cast older actors to play teenagers, Black looked like a fully grown man, and it was hard to accept him as a troubled teen. Sean’s young age may explain away some of his more questionable and immature actions in Tokyo Drift, but the actor’s clear maturity signaled he should have known better.

9 Dad’s Rules Were Pretty Reasonable
Lieutenant Boswell just wanted what was best for his son

After Sean Boswell and his classmate Clay got into a race and wrecked their respective 1971 Chevy Monte Carlo and 2003 SRT-10 Dodge Viper cars, Sean was sent to Japan to live with his father. Sean’s dad was a U.S. Navy lieutenant stationed in Tokyo, and considering his military history, he acted pretty reasonably toward Sean after he arrived. While Sean acted like a moody teenager, Lieutenant Boswell had just two rules: Go to school and not be seen anywhere near a car.

Considering all the trouble Sean had gotten into, these rules were to be expected, but Sean just rolled his eyes at his father, and after five minutes, viewers saw him riding in a car with his new friend Twinkie. After almost going to jail, it was frustrating to see that Sean immediately disregarded his dad’s rules and quickly set himself up to get in trouble again. Having moved to Japan due to his reckless actions, it was shocking to see that he did not even wait to get over his jetlag before recklessly driving once again.

8 The 2000s Fashion Made Tokyo Drift Look Painfully Dated
The outfits and style in Tokyo Drift immediately reveal the era it was made in

The Fast & Furious franchise has been around since the first movie was released in 2001, and while it may feel like many of the films repeat one another, there was one thing that separated them all, and that was fashion. Upon watching Tokyo Drift, it’s easy to recognize that this was a movie released in 2006 simply by the accessories, outfits, and style of its characters. While Tokyo Drift was trying to showcase what was cool and modern at the time of its release, when watching today it all looked painfully dated.

The girls in Tokyo Drift wore miniskirts and sported old-fashioned flip phones, while the guys wore oversized baggy clothing, with Twinkie consistently showing off his love for Michael Jordan gear. Sean was less guilty of wearing painfully dated fashion as he mostly sported a plain T-shirt, but he was consistently surrounded by people whose look screamed 2006. While the outdated fashion in Tokyo Drift was part of its charm on rewatch, it’s funny to notice how much style has changed since then.

7 Sean’s Makes Plenty Of Dumb Decisions
Sean seemed committed to causing problems for himself

One of the first things to notice when rewatching The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift was that Sean Boswell made plenty of really dumb decisions. From the opening scene where he wrecked his car to the final drag race at the end of the movie, Sean seemed determined to make every ill-advised, short-term thinking, or ridiculous decision he could come up with. As a character who’s chasing trouble, it was no surprise that people in Sean’s life were getting pretty fed up with him, and maybe he would have been off after a brief stint in jail.

The recklessness of Sean’s decision-making process was proved to be fully negligent when he endangered his life and those around him by drag racing against D.K. before he even fully knew what drag racing was. Adding to this, Sean had no issue getting in over his head with the Yakuza as he sought to resolve his conflict with D.K. Almost every action that Sean took throughout Tokyo Drift defied all logic, and although this was needed to push the story forward, he was a pretty stupid protagonist overall.

6 Tokyo Drift Was Full Of Product Placement
Twinkie was major source of product placement

When product placement was done well in a movie, audiences don’t even notice it, but its subconscious effects can be powerful. However, this was not the case for The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, as, upon rewatching, it’s clear that every opportunity to advertise all kinds of products was utilized. While advertising car brands was nothing new to the Fast & Furious franchise, Tokyo Drift took it to entirely new levels with all sorts of other products.

If a viewer stopped to pay attention, they’d be shocked to notice just how many random products appeared throughout Tokyo Drift. There’s a bottle of Tabasco flying through the air in Sean’s first car crash scene, Twinkie brings Snickers chocolate bars to a party, and that’s not to mention how much the then cutting-edge musical accessory of an iPod was featured throughout. Twinkie’s side hustle selling consumer goods throughout Tokyo also acted as an easy way to push products of all kinds into any scene the filmmakers desired, and this was painfully obvious upon a second viewing.

5 Sean And Neela’s Romance Was Underdeveloped
More time should have been given to believe Sean and Neela’s love story

From his very first day at his new Japanese high school, Sean Boswell had a thing for fellow student and drag racing enthusiast classmate Neela, as their burgeoning romance was hinted at throughout The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. However, Neela was already seeing Takashi, Sean’s enemy, who was also known as D.K., whose nickname was short for “drift king.” Sean and Neela’s interest in one another was a major source of conflict in Tokyo Drift, as the two started spending time with one another, which drove Takashi crazy.

While Sean and Neela’s relationship was central to the story of Tokyo Drift, it also felt a little underdeveloped and one-dimensional. Sean and Neela had a few flirty interactions and bonded with each other over both being considered “gaijin”, a derogatory term for foreigners in Japan. After Sean won the final race against Takashi, it seemed he also won the heart of Neela. Upon rewatching Tokyo Drift, this felt a little bit too fast, and not enough time and attention were given to truly believe Sean and Neela were a couple with real chemistry.

4 Han Lue’s Death Was A Grave Mistake
As Tokyo Drift’s breakout character, Han Lue’s death was later retconned

One of the central characters in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift was Han Lue, D.K.’s business partner, who lent Sean his car for his very first drag race. Sean and Han quickly developed a friendship, and he helped initiate him into the world of underground drag racing and made him feel like he was welcome and belonged in Japan. As one of the most interesting characters in Tokyo Drift, it was a shock when Han appeared to tragically die in a car wreck after getting into an epic car chase against D.K.

When rewatching Tokyo Drift, it’s easy to see that Han’s death was a mistake and should not have been included in the film. As a former business partner and old friend of Dominic Toretto, Han was the main thing connecting Tokyo Drift to the rest of the Fast & Furious franchise, and he reappeared in later movies that were set before the events of Tokyo Drift. The true magnitude of the mistake that was killing Han became clear when his death was retconned in F9, and it was revealed that Mr. Nobody helped Han fake his death.

The character of Han Lue first appeared outside of the
Fast & Furious
franchise as a character in
Tokyo Drift
director Justin Lin’s older movie,
Better Luck Tomorrow,
from 2002.

3 This Was Where The Franchise Peaked
Fast & Furious never took another risk as big as Tokyo Drift

While it may be a controversial opinion, when rewatching The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, it became clear that this was a high point for the franchise. Having already created a compelling world inhabited by characters like Brian O’Connor and Dominic Toretto, Tokyo Drift went in a new direction with a standalone sequel that proved the franchise had the potential to expand into a vast and sprawling universe. This felt like a creative high point for the series, and it injected new life into the action-packed franchise while remaining grounded and car focused.

Tokyo Drift
was the franchise at its peak, and newer entries could learn a lot by looking back on what worked about it.

However, following Tokyo Drift, the Fast & Furious franchise took fewer risks and instead focused on already established characters as the stakes got higher with each installment and storylines became increasingly ridiculous. Tokyo Drift was truly trying something new and, although it wasn’t very well received at the time, this was the reason it remained one of the most memorable entries in the entire series. Tokyo Drift was the franchise at its peak, and newer entries could learn a lot by looking back on what worked about it.

2 The Death Count Should Have Been Massive
If the drift race scenes were real there would have been a lot of fatalities

The Fast & Furious franchise has always been a bit ridiculous, but the drag racing element introduced in Tokyo Drift should have led to many more dead bodies. From Sean’s first drag race in an enclosed parking lot to driving at such a high speed that the cops did not even bother to chase them, the fact that there was not a fatality every two minutes in Tokyo Drift was a miracle. Almost every character in Tokyo Drift showed a complete disregard for their safety, and it was surprising so many were left alive by the time the credits rolled.

The biggest offender for this reckless endangerment came during the drag race scene with Sean, Han, and D.K., as several cars drove directly into a huge crowd of people at high speed. If this race in Tokyo Drift had really occurred, the death count would have been in the hundreds, as there was not enough time for the people to get out of the way. However, thanks to movie logic, no civilians were hurt as a result of the races, and a worldwide newsworthy tragedy was avoided.

1 Dominic Toretto’s Cameo Felt Shoehorned In
Vin Diesel showed up for just one minute in Tokyo Drift

The final scene of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift introduced a familiar face as Vin Diesel’s character, Dominic Toretto, was revealed to be an old friend of Han Lue who wanted to challenge Sean to a friendly race. Toretto’s brief cameo was presented as an epic moment that linked the entire Fast & Furious franchise and opened the door to Tokyo Drift characters appearing in subsequent movies. While this was an exciting development, upon rewatching, it’s hard to shake the feeling that Toretto’s appearance felt slightly shoehorned in.

The harsh reality was that very little build-up was provided for Toretto showing up, and the scene felt like the filmmakers had one day to quickly film with Diesel to ensure his appearance in the film. Toretto had just four lines in the movie that confirmed his connection with Han and set up his appearances in later entries, although Han’s presumed death meant that Fast & Furious, Fast Five, and Fast & Furious 6 were all prequels. Toretto was only in the final minute of Tokyo Drift and could have used a little more screen time to be truly effective.

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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is the third installment in the Fast and Furious franchise. Tokyo Drift follows Sean Boswell, a car-loving teenager shipped off to live with his Navy lieutenant father in Tokyo when his racing antics find him running foul of the law. When Sean discovers Tokyo’s nightlife, he embraces the dangerous underground world of drift racing.Release Date June 4, 2006 Studio(s) Universal Pictures , Relativity Media Distributor(s) Universal Pictures Writers Chris Morgan Cast Lucas Black , Bow Wow , Sung Kang , Brian Tee , Nathalie Kelley , Sonny Chiba , Leonardo Nam , Brian Goodman Runtime 104 Minutes Budget $85 Million

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Fast & Furious 11 Release Delay & Filming Start Date Confirmed By Director


Fast and Furious 11
is facing a release date delay to Summer 2026 due to strikes, with director Louis Leterrier confirming the sequel will not be hitting its April 4, 2025 date.
Leterrier also confirms that filming starts in Fall 2025 after finishing a horror movie in September.
The final installment in the
Fast Saga
reunites Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto for one last ride, while also leaving the door open for other spinoffs.

After facing multiple delays due to the 2023 SAG-AFTRA and Writers Guild of America strikes, Fast and Furious 11 is seeing its release date delayed. The next installment in the Vin Diesel-fronted franchise is expected to be the last mainline sequel, while development continues on the Dwayne Johnson-led spinoff Hobbs & Reyes, a mysterious standalone movie penned by Fast X’s Zach Dean and a potential female-led spinoff. While a filming start date was never confirmed, Universal had previously set the movie for an April 2025 release date.

During a recent interview with Collider at a CCXP MX panel, Louis Leterrier was asked for an update on Fast and Furious 11. The director went on to confirm that the final mainline installment in the action franchise will no longer be making its April 4, 2025 release date, instead now aiming for a Summer 2026 release window with the filming start date being set for this fall. Check out what Leterrier said below:

It’s happening. It’s happening very, very soon. I’m able to shoot a little horror movie this summer. I’m finishing my horror movie on September 15th, and I start Fast on September 16th.

Will Fast 11’s Multiple Delays Help Or Hurt The Sequel?

Much like the tenth film before it, Fast and Furious 11 has faced a few behind-the-scenes hardships in its road to getting off the ground, namely the delays stemming from the 2023 strikes. While the latest movie seems to have retained its core creative team in comparison to the shift in directors from franchise vet Justin Lin to Leterrier on Fast X after reported creative differences between the former and Diesel, this change didn’t seem to help much with the continued downward trend recent sequels have seen from critics. Check out how the franchise’s Rotten Tomatoes scores compare below:

Title RT Critical Score RT Audience Score The Fast and the Furious 54% 74% 2 Fast 2 Furious 37% 50% The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift 37% 69% Fast & Furious 28% 67% Fast Five 78% 83% Fast & Furious 6 71% 84% Furious 7 81% 82% The Fate of the Furious 67% 72% Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw 67% 88% F9: The Fast Saga 59% 82% Fast X 56% 84%

Even looking outside the Fast and Furious franchise, many movie sequels have found themselves hurt by various delays, be they from creative changes, general release shifts or other factors. The action genre in particular is one in which lengthier development periods can lead to diminishing returns, be it A Good Day to Die Hard, Rambo: Last Blood or Diesel’s own xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. While Fast and Furious 11 may only be getting pushed back by a year, the delay is nonetheless a concern that the final installment could find itself in trouble.

Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) looking angry with Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) looking unimpressed in Fast & Furious

Related 10 Most Exciting Things To Expect From Fast 11 Fast & Furious 11 will pull all the strings to become bigger than the previous installments, and here is why the film is worth being excited about.

On the other hand, the longer wait for Fast and Furious 11 to close out the mainline series of movies could actually prove beneficial for the sequel. Though Leterrier may be busy with another project in the lead-up to filming the next installment, writers Oren Uziel and Christina Hodson should now have more than enough time to really look back at the script and ensure it learns from the critical missteps of recent installments to deliver a satisfying conclusion to the Dominic Toretto saga.

Source: Collider

Fast and Furious 11 temp poster Fast and Furious 11 Fast and Furious 11 is the final movie in the Fast Saga. It reunites Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto with the rest of the cast for one last ride. However, the franchise is open for spinoff films like Hobbs & Shaw afterward.Director Louis Leterrier Release Date April 4, 2025 Distributor(s) Universal Pictures Writers Christina Hodson , Oren Uziel

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Vin Diesel Already Has His Perfect Fast & Furious Replacement Franchise With 51-Year-Old Remake


Vin Diesel’s dominance in Fast & Furious is ending, but Kojak could kick off a new action franchise for him.
Kojak’s reboot faces an uncertain future, but its similarity to Fast & Furious makes it a worthy project for Diesel.
Diesel’s potential shift from criminal racer to cop signifies a fresh start in a possible Fast & Furious-like series.

Vin Diesel’s days of playing Dominic Toretto are numbered, but the actor has already found his perfect Fast & Furious replacement. Diesel found a major breakout role in the early 2000s thanks to participating in The Fast and the Furious. The original 2001 street racing crime movie became the springboard for a sprawling franchise that has lasted for over two decades. The success of the Fast & Furious movies transformed Vin Diesel’s career, turning him into an even bigger star, especially in the action movie genre. But, Fast & Furious 11 is planned as the final chapter for him and the franchise.

The Fast & Furious franchise’s end will put Vin Diesel in an unfamiliar position of not having a major franchise to lean back on. This presents the actor with various options, such as changing the course of his career to pursue non-franchise roles. However, the more likely outcome is that Diesel will attempt to find a new IP that can replace Fast & Furious. He has had trouble in that regard recently, with franchises like xXx or Riddick running cold and Bloodshot and The Last Witch Hunter failing to launch franchises. There is another option for Diesel, though.

2:03 Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto from The Fast & Furious Franchise

Related Vin Diesel May Have Spoiled Fast & Furious 11’s Ending With $2.7 Billion Movie Comparison Dom’s death happening in Fast & Furious 11 may have been spoiled already, with Vin Diesel comparing the upcoming movie to another big franchise.

Kojak Can Be Vin Diesel’s New Action Crime Franchise After Fast & Furious
Diesel Has Been Developing The Reboot Since 2015

The impending conclusion of the Fast & Furious franchise means it is finally time for Vin Diesel’s Kojak reboot to get off the ground. The project was announced back in 2015 with Diesel re-teaming with Universal Pictures, the studio behind Fast & Furious, to develop a movie based on Kojak. The original TV series starred Telly Savalas as Theo Kokaj and ran for three seasons after debuting in 1973. The series revolves around Kojak, a New York detective known for being willing to go beyond the law and a love for cars and lollipops, and follows him as he investigates different cases.

Kojak was rebooted in 2005 as a TV show starring Ving Rhames, but it only ran for six episodes

Development on Vin Diesel’s Kojak movie has not been very active in the nine years since it was announced. However, it still maintains the base similarities to Fast & Furious, which makes the project a worthwhile endeavor for Diesel in terms of finding a new action franchise. He would now have another big action series about cars and crime, essentially making Kojak into a newer version of Fast & Furious. The irony here is that Diesel takes on the role of a cop after playing criminal racer Dominic Toretto.

Vin Diesel’s Involvement Can Morph Kojak Into A Major Action Franchise
Kojak Could Be A Fast & Furious Clone
Telly Savalas talking on the phone in Kojak

Looking at the original TV show, Kojak might not necessarily project to be a major blockbuster action franchise akin to Fast & Furious. The TV series was relatively grounded and small due to the nature of its production. However, the fact that Diesel and Universal pinpointed this property as something they wanted to revive together is telling. The announcement of Kojak’s reboot came months after Furious 7 debuted in theaters and took the franchise to new heights at the box office and in terms of how ridiculously big the action and story could get.

It’s sometimes difficult to remember that Fast & Furious started off with a story about DVD thieves who were also street racers before Diesel helped turn it into something much bigger. With that experience and success already behind him, it would be understandable if a similar path was envisioned for Kojak. The series could then morph into a Fast & Furious clone, one that gives Vin Diesel a new franchise to headline and Universal a “fresh” action franchise to grow.

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The Rock’s WWE Run Means Fast & Furious 11 Must Make 1 Major Hobbs Change


Hobbs from Fast & Furious 11 needs a gritty edge like The Rock’s WWE character to keep the franchise fresh and exciting.
The Rock’s time away from the Fast & Furious universe provides the perfect reason for Hobbs to return with a personal vendetta and a more savage attitude.
While Hobbs shouldn’t become a full-fledged villain in Fast & Furious 11, adding some edginess and dirty tricks could make his character more intriguing and dynamic.

Fast & Furious 11 must make one major Hobbs change after The Rock’s incredible WWE run. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s WWE return surpassed his recent movies, with the actor creating some of the best work of his career. Having returned to a thunderous reception, The Rock was able to flip the crowd’s reception by becoming a heel and playing a major part in WrestleMania’s main events. The Rock hasn’t played a villain on screen for years, as even his depiction of Black Adam lent more into the character’s anti-hero side, which made his wrestling run all the more refreshing.

While his wrestling character may not perfectly translate into the Fast & Furious universe, there is one aspect of The Rock’s WWE run that the franchise should attempt to implement. After debuting in Fast Five, The Rock’s best Fast & Furious scenes helped contribute to the movie series becoming so popular, with Luke Hobbs becoming an instrumental part of the story. He was even given his own spinoff alongside Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) and is set to get a solo movie in the future. Despite this, Hobbs would still benefit from adding one key aspect of The Rock’s WWE run.

The Rock’s WWE Run Proves Fast & Furious 11 Needs To Give Hobbs More Of An Edge
Fast & Furious Would Benefit From Hobbs Adopting Some Of The Rock’s WWE Tendancies
Dwayne The Rock Johnson in Black Adam, WWE, and Hobbs and Shaw

Given how electrifying The Rock’s recent WWE run was, there is no doubt Fast & Furious 11 needs to give Hobbs more of an edge. Although the character has had his more serious moments, like most of the Fast & Furious cast, Hobbs tends to mix action with comedy. Hobbs and Shaw are supposed to be two of the more stoic heroes, yet they are constantly at each other’s throats and cracking jokes to help maintain the franchise’s lighthearted core. However, giving Hobbs a grittier side would help the character thrive upon his return.

The Rock’s Fast & Furious return may redeem Fast X’s box office, but the character needs to come back stronger than ever. By allowing him to be more ruthless, he can still maintain some elements of comedy but also become more interesting in the process. Johnson proved that despite being a detestable heel, he was still as hilarious as ever during his recent WWE tenure. This proves that he can maintain Fast & Furious’ tone and humorous style while being more layered; therefore, Hobbs adopting some of The Rock’s WWE characteristics could make him even more entertaining.

Fast & Furious Already Has A Reason For Hobbs To Be More Savage
Hobbs Has Been Away From The Franchise For Several Years

Making a major change to Hobbs’ character could be tough to explain, but Fast & Furious 11 already has a great reason to make him more savage. His four-year absence from the franchise gives him a perfect excuse to come back with a vengeance and potentially have a personal attachment to Fast & Furious 11’s villains. Hobbs’ time away from the main story could be explained through a connection to Fast X’s secondary villain, Aimes. Aimes’ villain twist in Fast X was well executed and suggests he’ll be around for the sequel, which is the perfect reason to bring back Hobbs.

Having a more personal story with one of the villains could allow Hobbs to continue his great quips and one-liners, but it would also give him more of an edge.

Fast X never explained why he’s back, but having a personal vendetta against Aimes could be an intriguing reason. Given Dom and Dante are the focal point of the franchise’s conclusion, Hobbs returning to take down Aimes would avoid overshadowing the main story while still giving him an interesting role. Having a personal story with one of the villains could allow Hobbs to continue his great quips and one-liners, while also giving him more of an edge. This provides The Rock with the perfect reason to implement some of his heel traits while still portraying a morally good hero.

2:34 Image 147 Related Predicting The Ending Of All 13 Fast & Furious Characters In Fast 11 The Fast Saga is set to conclude with Fast & Furious 11 – or Fast X 2 – but how will Dom Toretto and his family’s stories come to a definitive end?

Why Fast & Furious Can’t Bring The Rock Back As A Villain
Hobbs Already Appeared As An Antagonist In Fast Five
A custom image featuring Dwayne Johnson as Luke Hobbs in the Fast and Furious movies Custom image by Debanjana Chowdhury

Although The Rock’s villainous tendencies worked well in the WWE, Fast & Furious can’t bring him back as an antagonist. Johnson already played the main villain of Fast Five, as Hobbs was originally an enemy of Dom and his crew before becoming an ally. Hobbs’ role in Fast Five was one of his best, but despite being the main antagonist, he always had a level of integrity. Dropping all of this to make him a villain in the final movie would be completely unnecessary, especially as the franchise needs him to remain a hero for his spinoff.

Fast & Furious 11 may end the main story, but The Rock will be part of the franchise beyond this, and altering his character so drastically wouldn’t make any sense. Instead, adding some extra edge to his character would have the same effect and would avoid stealing the thunder from Dante and Aimes. Although Fast & Furious 11 shouldn’t make him a villain, the film can still allow Hobbs to play dirty and pull some cheap tricks in order to show a grittier side, while letting him taunt his enemies when he inevitably helps save the day.

Fast & Furious 11
is scheduled to be released in theaters on April 4, 2025.

Fast and Furious 11 temp poster Fast and Furious 11 Fast and Furious 11 is the final movie in the Fast Saga. It reunites Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto with the rest of the cast for one last ride. However, the franchise is open for spinoff films like Hobbs & Shaw afterward.Director Louis Leterrier Release Date April 4, 2025 Distributor(s) Universal Pictures Writers Christina Hodson , Oren Uziel

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