Finally, the ninth installment of the Fast and Furious franchise went on the floors. The news was announced on Twitter by Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez. Dominic Toretto and Letty Ortiz, respectively, take up their role for the next movie as Diesel and Rodriquez.
Diesel shared a video on Instagram that Michelle called his wife Letty onscreen. Thanks to its supporters for “embracing the franchise,” Diesel has finished the first shooting day.
Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, and John Cena also featured in the Fast 9, with the rumored role for the Lucas Black group.
In a video shared by Diesel, Instagram, Vin Diesel, and Michelle Rodriguez expressed their enthusiasm at their corresponding personality.
In a variety of emojis from the heart, Jordana Brewster returned to her role as the Mia Toretto. Also with his heart, Meadow Walker, daughter of late actor Paul Walker, left some movie emojis in his wake.
Also, Tyrese Gibson is back in Roman Pearce’s position, whereas John Cena previously this month confirmed he was joining the franchise on Twitter.
Fast & Furious 9 probably seems a miracle to many casting employees after they died in 2013. With the 2015 Furious 7 and 2017 The Fate of the Furious, the franchise continued.
At that moment she wrote in Instagram, Rodriguez threatened that in June 2017 she would go and call on a woman writer to work on the next film “or I might just have to say farewell.”
Justin Lin, who directed the first film in 2009 and the fifth and sixth film as well in 2009, has published his 10th film in a franchise, which will be published April 3, 2021, in Fast & Furious 9, May 22, 2020.