Fast and Furious 10: What We Know About Dom and Letty’s Upcoming Exciting Ride

Fast and Furious 10, will feature Dominic Toretto on one of his wildest adventures ever.

They haven’t yet applied the brakes. The second-to-last installment in the popular series,

Vin Diesel, who plays Dom, remarked in a January 2021 interview with Entertainment Weekly, “Just wait for 10.” “Let’s just say, you guys can only picture what is to come,” the actor said, “since you know that the studio is saying we can’t cover all this ground that needs to be covered in just one movie.”

In the ninth episode, which was released in June 2021, Dom was pitted against his estranged brother Jakob (John Cena), who was attempting to obtain a device capable of hacking into all-digital weapons systems in existence.

Dom, his wife Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), and their team, which included Mia (Jordan Brewster), Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Tej (Ludacris), and Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel), were able to foil the evil scheme after a convoluted plan to stop the cyberattack took some team members to the International Space Station. But they let Jakob escape.

Fans are certain that Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) will cause havoc in the 2023 sequel, despite the possibility that Jakob could return to wreak mischief.

Shaw, who was absent from most of the movie, was introduced to viewers in the F9 post-credits scene. He had a man imprisoned inside a punching bag in the video. The villain said he already had the information required, despite the victim offering plans that Shaw was seeking. Then someone knocked on the door, so Shaw pushed the knocker back into the punching bag and opened it to discover Han (Sung Kang), the new ally of Mr. Nobody (Kurt Russell), who is obviously startled that Shaw is still alive.

The conclusion didn’t only leave viewers with unanswered queries. The actors were curious as well. After all, the previous movie sent two people into space, so where can the tale go from there?

In June 2021, Gibson admitted to asking several queries about the numbers 10 and 11.

They will need to live up to the great expectations of the audience, the Masked Singer contestant added. “We all bear a special torch of obligation,” he added. “We know that there is a beast, and we need to feed that beast. We need to give that beast what they want, what they love, and what they’re used to.

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Launch Date

Fast and Furious 10 will hit theatres on April 7, 2023, Universal Pictures revealed in July 2020. The date was, however, moved to May 19, 2023, in December 2021.

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The Rock Won’t Come Back.
Hobbs, who was portrayed by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in four movies from 2011 to 2019, won’t be appearing in any more movies.

Johnson, who previously engaged in conflict with Diesel, said to The Hollywood Reporter in July 2021, “I’ve wished them success.” “Good luck to them on Fast 9,” And I wish them luck with Fast 10 and Fast 11, as well as the remaining Fast & Furious films they make without me.

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Possible appearance by Meadow Walker
When asked if the late Paul Walker’s daughter might appear, Diesel would not confirm or deny this. The actress attended the June 2020 Fast 9 premiere and still keeps in touch with Diesel and Brewster.

That month, the Guardians of the Galaxy actor told EDaily !’s Pop, “I wouldn’t count anything out.” Without giving away all of the Fast 10 secrets, simply know that nothing is off the table.

Justin Lin, director
The film was originally going to be directed by the Taiwanese director, but he decided to stand away in April 2022. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006), Fast & Furious (2009), Fast Five (2011), Fast & Furious 6 (2013), and F9 are among the Fast movies that Lin has previously directed (2021).