F9 Director Justin Lin shares he used to joke about the far off Fast and Furious sequels with Paul Walker. After being delayed from 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the ninth Fast and Furious The movie finally hit theaters earlier this year. The movie found Dom (Vin Diesel) enjoying a quiet life with his family, only to be thrown back into action when his estranged brother (John Cena’s Jakob) resurfaces with a dream of making Dom pay for past slights. In addition to providing a deep dive into Toretto’s family history, F9 featured the long-awaited comeback of Han (Sung Kang).
The next step for the Fast and Furious the franchise is, well, the end. There are two more movies planned in the main series, and they are all expected to wrap up. The details of the plot are still being kept under wraps, but it promises to be an emotional ending. Fans are likely to expect more than a few references to the past. Fast and Furious movies and characters; in the latter case, there will surely be some kind of tribute to the late star Paul Walker. Like Brian O’Conner, Walker was one of the original Fast and Furious stars and remained part of the franchise until his tragic death in 2013.
Walker will never be forgotten by his Fast and Furious family, especially as the end draws near. In an exclusive interview with Screen rant, Lin reflected on the journey the franchise has been on and remembered all the times she used to joke with Walker about Fast 68. Those memories help Walker and Brian live, Lin said, making the impending finale all the more poignant. Lin said:
It’s interesting because I feel like Fast 9, coming back, it was about connecting a lot of these characters and also introducing a new character that has been around all this time in Jacob, but also bringing Han back. There were a lot of things we were trying to do, and It was fun to be able to work on it and bring it to life. But somehow Fast 10, these next two chapters, has a different route. And it all started around 2008. I remember the first time I met Paul and Vin when we were doing Fast Four. We just started talking about, if one day we are lucky, what would the final chapter be? You could ask Vin. I know that with Paul and I, I never thought that was real. I thought it was just a theoretical conversation. And we had talked about, “What would Fast 68 be?” And sometimes we joke, but going back and when Vin talks about the last chapter of the saga, I go back to those conversations that started in 2008. I think Brian is still living, but more importantly to me, Paul is still living because of those conversations. . And I think every day that I’m working on it, I hope to do that justice.
Brian was not forgotten in F9, with the character seemingly approaching a barbecue at the end of the film. After all, even though Walker has passed away, Brian is still alive in the Fast and Furious universe. Lin previously hinted that Fast and furious 10 and eleven He might still find a way to bring Brian back, though how remains to be seen. Both Diesel and Jordana Brewster have also been open to the idea of casting Walker’s daughter in a future film, which could lead to an emotional passing of the torch.
The how may not be clear, but it is certain that Walker’s presence will feel like the Fast and Furious the franchise comes to an end. It was a key part of making the series what it is today, and while sadly you can’t be here to see how it ends, its Fast The family will surely make you proud. The 10th movie is currently slated for 2023, so it will be a while before more details emerge. In the meantime, fans can visit again this year. F9 and the other movies to help them get ahead.
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