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Fast and Furious 9 is squealing its tires towards a cinema near, you, eventually. In the world of cinematic franchises, the Fast and Furious movies (officially known as the Fast Saga) are unique. For a start, unlike most other members of the multi-billion-dollar box office club, they're not really sci-fi or fantasy - though the 2019 spin-off Hobbs & Shaw did cross the line with its cybernetically-enhanced bad guy.
|Movie Name||Fast and Furious 9 F9|
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Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew of multi-talented drivers/tech experts return for Fast and Furious 9, the ninth of the series - or tenth if you include Hobbs & Shaw. Justin Lin, who directed the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth installments in the long-running saga - and is described as an 'architect' of the franchise by Diesel - is back behind the camera, having made a detour to the 23rd century for Star Trek Beyond.
for 31 days from its theatrical release on June 25, so you do not have much time left. With the release of the movie 'Fast & Furious 9' just around the corner, fans are looking for a way to watch it for free online.
You've now got a long wait ahead of you with the movie's new 2021 release date, but what can we expect when Fast and Furious 9 revs up? We've looked under the bonnet of the most souped-up film series on the planet to explain so you know what to expect.
What Time Is Fast And Furious 9 Released on HBO Max?
F9, as it is officially known, is set to open in theaters in the U.S. on June 25. As more and more people get vaccinated, many movie lovers are hoping to make this ninth Fast and Furious film their first film in theaters after over a year of staying home and watching movies on streaming.
Fast and Furious 9 trailer: first look at the movie
An epic Fast and Furious 9 trailer, running at nearly four minutes long, debuted on January 31, 2020. That's all we've seen of the movie so far.
It starts slow, with Diesel's Dom Toretto retired to a quiet rural life with their wife Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) and Brian, the young son whose existence was revealed in Fast and Furious 8. 'I used to live my life a quarter-mile at a time,' Toretto says in voiceover. 'But things change...'
This is the Fast Saga, however, so things don't change that much, and it's not long before we're plunged back into some familiar high-octane action. There are bus-stop battles in Edinburgh, a Pontiac Fiero strapped to a rocket engine (yes, really), and cars flying off beautiful cliffs in Thailand - but don't worry, there's a 'magnet plane' standing by to make sure at least one of them doesn't go tumbling into the sea.
Fast & Furious 9 story: what's revving up?
Aside from the fact it'll feature familiar faces, very fast cars, and the usual quasi-espionage shenanigans, the inner workings of Fast and Furious 9's plot remain carefully under wraps. The taglines in the trailer offer up a couple of big clues, however.
The Fast Saga suddenly introducing important relatives we'd heard nothing about is nothing new: Fast and Furious 9 antagonist Owen Shaw turned out to have an angry big bro called Deckard, while Dom Toretto learned he had a son in Fast and Furious 8. So it's not that surprising that Dom should have a younger brother who's gone unmentioned until now. Their father's death in a stock car racing accident - and Dom's subsequent revenge attack on the driver he blamed for the incident - is bound to be a major bone of contention. And then there's the return of their younger sister, Mia (Jordana Brewster), to think about. Could she be a potential mediating factor between the Toretto boys?
After Hobbs & Shaw's cyborg villain took the franchise into genuine sci-fi territory for the first time, we're also wondering whether Fast & Furious 9 will follow suit. Beyond the now-traditional
bending of the laws of physics, there's nothing in the trailer to suggest that's the case - though long-time Fast Saga writer Chris Morgan (replaced by Daniel Casey on Fast & Furious 9) has hinted that a trip to space may be on the cards one day. 'Nothing's out of the question,' Morgan told Polygon in 2019. Maybe that rocket-powered Pontiac in the trailer does more than just drive...
Fast and Furious 9 cast: who's behind the wheel?
The tragic death of franchise mainstay Paul Walker (who played cop-turned-racer Brian O'Conner) left a major hole in Dominic Toretto's crew for Fast & Furious 8. Heading into part 9, however, the Fast Saga's core 'family' is pretty much unchanged. That means Vin Diesel's back as Dom, backed up by Michelle Rodriguez (Letty), Tyrese Gibson (Roman), Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges (Tej), and Nathalie Emmanuel (Ramsey).
Among the returnees to the gang, Sung Kang is the biggest news, back as the unexpectedly not-dead Han, but Jordan Brewster also makes a comeback as Dom's younger sister, Mia - she sat out Fast and Furious 8, as Mia settled down with Brian to raise their family.
There are also franchise returns for Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift vets Lucas Black (Sean), Bow Wow (Twinkie), and Jason Tobin (Earl), and for Helen Mirren as Magdalene, the Shaw matriarch busted out of prison in Hobbs & Shaw.
There's been no confirmation, however, on whether we'll be seeing more from Kurt Russell (Mr. Nobody), Scott Eastwood (Little Nobody), Dwayne Johnson (Luke Hobbs), or Jason Statham (Deckard Shaw) - we wouldn't be surprised if any of them popped up for a cameo,
Will there be more Fast Saga movies after Fast and Furious 9?
In fact, at least one more is a certainty, because - as Diesel revealed in a Facebook post after the release of Fast & Furious 8 in 2015 - parts eight, nine, and ten have been planned as 'one last trilogy to end the saga'. Various reports have suggested that Lin will be back to direct part 10.
'I started planning for Fast 10 before we started filming Fast 9,' he said. 'The universe is so robust and so rich with talent and rich with a story that, on one level, it's totally feasible to have spin-offs, and I think that's something that is inevitable. Universal deserves it because of how much they've invested in this little saga, and it'd be good to give back to Universal. And for the fans, should Fast 10 parts one and two be the conclusion, it would be nice for this world to continue for generations to come.'
Fast and Furious 9 is exactly what we need right now
The Fast saga has come a long way. It's been a long stretch of road from where the franchise began with 2001's The Fast and the Furious, a fun but unremarkable movie about street racers with a sideline in audacious auto-heists. Now the films have their own bizarre alchemy, an unlikely blend of very fast cars, elaborate heists, and relationship drama that occasionally veers into soap opera territory.
It's exactly the kind of escapism we could use more of in these worrying times, so the corona-induced delay is unfortunate for everyone, not just petrolheads. Here's hoping that that year delay comes around fast and that we won't have to wait another year for Fast 10 after that.