Fast and Furious 10 to Begin Filming January 2022

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Nobody could have imagined that The Fast and the Furious would spawn nine additional films when it released back in 2001, but it’s happening. In an interview with Regal Cinema’s Matthew Hoffman, franchise star Vin Diesel confirmed that he will begin filming a tenth (and supposedly final) Fast and Furious movie in January 2022. Fast 10, as it’s called, will attempt to wrap the 20-year saga up in two parts, which is similar to what other big film franchises such as Harry Potter and The Hunger Games did for their finales. The latest Fast and Furious film, Fast 9, released in the United States on June 25 and earned $70 million during its opening weekend.

Filming for F9 took place in 2019 and the movie’s release date was delayed for more than a whole year due to COVID-19 as theaters closed nationwide and Hollywood productions shut down across the board. A release date or story details for Fast and Furious 10 has not been announced […].

Sources: Regal Movies, Gamespot

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