Dominic Toretto and his family of street racers turned renegade heroes will be facing another challenge in the franchise's next feature film – Fast X. But with the Fast & Furious franchise coming to a close in the 11th film, Fast X will likely give us a glimpse of the long-running movie series finally come to an end.
Based on a movie poster released by Universal Pictures, Fast X will be where “The End of the Road Begins”. This could mean that the 10th and 11th films will be connected and will essentially highlight the final chapters of the franchise. As for the trailer itself, it will debut worldwide at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 10, 2023, so mark those calendars.
With the trailer set to drop next week, the exact premise of the film is still a mystery. What has been confirmed, however, is that Brie Larson (Captain Marvel) and Jason Momoa (Aquaman) will join the ensemble cast. Larson will play the role of Tess while Momoa will play Dante. There's still no word yet if Larson or Momoa's characters will be protagonists or antagonists. Cipher, who was played by Charlize Theron, will also be making her return as the film's ultimate baddie after wreaking havoc in F9.
Another character that has long been rumored to make a comeback is Gisele who was portrayed by Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman). In Fast & Furious 6, her character presumably died after saving Han (played by Sung Kang) near the end of the film. But since her death was not shown, some are speculating Gisele may return in Fast X. This could be a callback to F9 when Han was shown to be alive and well despite “dying” in Fast & Furious 3: Tokyo Drift.
With the Fast X trailer set to be revealed next week, we're surely curious about what crazy stunts they will be able to pull off after making a Pontiac Fiero fly in space in the previous film.