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Tyrese Gibson Claims That Fast & Furious 10 Will Return The Franchise To Its Roots

Tyrese Gibson says that Fast X is returning to what fans love about the Fast & Furious franchise in a new set video with Vin Diesel

After more than a decade of Fast & Furious flicks, Fast X will be released. The Fast and the Furious, which premiered in 2001, introduced significant characters such Toretto (Diesel), Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), and Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker). Since then, the Fast & Furious franchise has evolved significantly, with new characters introduced along the way, including prominent cameos by Dwayne Johnson in Furious 7 and the spinoff Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. Following Walker's untimely death in 2013, the Fast & Furious crew had to cope with tragedy as well, with other performers having to fill the vacuum left by Walker's character, who had been a key part in the first two films.

Gibson adds that Fast X will restore the series to its roots in a recent video on Diesel's Instagram. The footage is said to have been filmed around week seven of Fast X shooting, from the inside of the famed garage from the first film. Gibson also says that Diesel's son, actor Vinnie Bennett, who played Young Dom in the film F9, is working on a car for the movie. Check out the rest of Gibson's comments below:

“The fans have been wanting over the years for us to get back to the roots of what we know and love about Fast. We’ve heard you. And we’re doing it.

It's unclear exactly what Gibson means by this comment. With the new car being developed for the film, it's safe to assume that Fast X will bring the sleek cars and elegant chase scenes that have been synonymous with the Fast & Furious franchise and its glossy reputation. Fast X is set to hit theaters in May 2023, while narrative specifics have yet to be revealed. However, for the time being, Gibson's cryptic comment is all we have to go on in terms of speculating the plot of Fast X.

How will the latest Fast & Furious film reflect this return to roots? Unlike its predecessor, Fast & Furious 9, Fast & Furious X has an unusual position in the franchise, since it is co-directed by both returning actors like Diesel and Lin and a new filmmaker, Leterrier. Fast X has the ability to provide a Fast & Furious picture that maintains the 2020s standards of amazing effects and more, while also resurrecting the vintage Fast fervor that so many crave. The film Fast X is now in development and will hit theaters on May 19, 2023.

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