At CinemaCon, Fast and Furious star Vin Diesel made the statement that the franchise’s film, Fast and Furious 11, will hit all the theatres in 2025. Before the end of the saga, a little brief will be passing as both next month’s Fast X and its follow-up Fast and Furious 11/Fast 11/Fast XI have been assured to be the final instalments of the long-running, immensely profitable Fast and Furious series.
Diesel decided to extemporise rather than just see the script during the event. One should use the teleprompter to read the lines and doesn’t need to give a damn about the teleprompter,” the action actor said this before expressing gratitude to his Fast and Furious family, the fans, and the movie.
“Thank you for riding with me for a quarter of a century. I like this room better than the Oscars. And you know I mean that … because all those people who are sitting in the audience at the Oscars, are only there because of you.”
Diesel then showed gratitude to the viewers once again for supporting making the action series a high success, saying that he was proud that the Fast and Furious series is now the prolonged acting franchise in history. This statement should probably be verified.
“This is our family. The audience is our family. And as we were building toward this achievement, we were attracting directors who each brought their magic to the saga…I’m proud to say for two decades, Fast films have been the most successful film of every one of our director’s careers. Again — that’s only because of you.”
Louis Letterier, who directed Fast X, will suspiciously get back to direct Fast 11, with Christina Hodson and Oren Uziel penning the screenplay.