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Three movies in five years? Seems easy enough
The Fast and the Furious franchise is on its final run: the final trilogy (cue ominous music). After the death of star Paul Walker, we were unsure if the team would band together again. However, after the box-office success of Fast7, we knew that the crew, known for stealing DVD players years ago, would hop back on screen.
In an Instagram post, Vin Diesel shed light onto the release dates of the next three movies. Fast and Furious eight will come out in April 2017. Fast and Furious nine will come out two years after that, and 10 will bring up the rear another two years after that. That timetable will put the end of Fast and Furious at 2021.
Just because the Fast and Furious franchise is coming to an end doesn’t mean all the characters will go with it. The rumored Dwayne Johnson-centric spinoff, featuring Agent Hobbs, is still in talks, and could become the “Joanie Loves Chachi” to “Fast and Furious’” “Happy Days.”
We’re sad to see the series wrap up (speak for yourself – Ed.), but it’ll forever be a part of car culture – even the corny (and sometimes wrong) dialogue.