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2017 film directed past F. Gary Gray

The Fate of the Furious

Theatrical release poster

Directed by F. Gary Gray
Screenplay by Chris Morgan
Based on Characters
by Gary Scott Thompson
Produced by
  • Neal H. Moritz
  • Vin Diesel
  • Michael Fottrell
  • Chris Morgan
Starring
  • Vin Diesel
  • Dwayne Johnson
  • Jason Statham
  • Michelle Rodriguez
  • Tyrese Gibson
  • Chris “Ludacris” Bridges
  • Kurt Russell
  • Charlize Theron
Cinematography Stephen F. Windon
Edited by
  • Christian Wagner
  • Paul Rubell
Music by Brian Tyler

Production
companies

  • Original Film
  • One Race Films
  • China Film
Distributed by Universal Pictures

Release dates

  • Apr four, 2017 (2017-04-04)
    (Berlin)
  • April xiv, 2017 (2017-04-14)
    (U.s.)

Running time

136 minutes[i]
Country The states
Language English
Budget $250–270 million[two]
[3]
Box role $ane.236 billion[4]


The Fate of the Furious

(alternatively known as

F8

and titled on-screen as

Fast & Furious 8

internationally) is a 2017 American activeness film directed by F. Gary Gray and written past Chris Morgan. Information technology is the sequel to
Furious vii
(2015) and the eighth installment in the
Fast & Furious
franchise. The movie stars Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Scott Eastwood, Nathalie Emmanuel, Elsa Pataky, Kurt Russell, and Charlize Theron. In the picture show, Dominic Toretto has settled down with his married woman Letty Ortiz, until cyberterrorist Nothing coerces him into working for her and turns him against his squad, forcing them to observe Dom and take down Cipher.

The eighth installment was planned since 2014, and plot details were first appear in March 2015 when Diesel appeared on
Jimmy Kimmel Alive!
and announced that the motion-picture show would be set in New York City. Preparations for the picture show began immediately after the release of
Furious seven, with Diesel, Morgan, and producer Neal H. Moritz re-signing. After setting an initial release date in that same calendar month, casting took place between April and June. In October, Gray was announced to straight the film in the identify of James Wan, who had directed the previous installment. Principal photography began in March 2016 in locations such as Mývatn, Havana, Atlanta, Cleveland, and New York City, continuing the franchise’due south tradition of filming effectually the world. With an estimated production upkeep of upwards to $270 million, it is one of the almost expensive films ever fabricated.

The Fate of the Furious
premiered in Berlin on April 4, 2017 and was theatrically released in conventional and IMAX theaters in the United States on April fourteen by Universal Pictures. The film received mixed reviews from critics who praised the performances and activity sequences only criticism for its story, Theron’s character, cocky-referential humour and runtime. Others accounted the film unnecessary in the wake of Walker’s tribute in
Furious 7. Despite the mixed reception, the picture show was a box office success, grossing over $ane.2 billion worldwide, making information technology the nineteenth motion-picture show (and the second in the franchise, after
Furious 7) to gross over $1 billion, the 3rd-highest-grossing film of 2017, and the eleventh highest-grossing film of all fourth dimension. It too grossed $541.9 1000000 worldwide during its opening weekend, which made it the highest-grossing worldwide opening of all time until the release of
Avengers: Infinity War
(2018). The sequel,
F9, was released internationally in May 2021 and released in the United States in June 2021.

Plot

[edit]

Dominic “Dom” Toretto and Letty Ortiz are on their honeymoon in Havana when Dom’due south cousin Fernando gets in trouble attributable money to local racer Raldo. Sensing Raldo is a loan shark, Dom challenges Raldo to a race, pitting Fernando’s 1949 Chevrolet Fleetline confronting Raldo’s 1956 Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria, and wagering his own 1961 Chevrolet Impala. Later narrowly winning the race, Dom allows Raldo to keep his car, saying his respect is enough and leaves his cousin with his own car. The next day, an elusive woman named Cipher coerces Dom into working for her by showing him something on her phone. Shortly afterward, Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) agent Luke Hobbs recruits Dom and his team, comprising Letty, Roman Pearce, Tej Parker, and Ramsey, to help him retrieve an EMP device from a armed forces outpost in Berlin. During the getaway, Dom forces Hobbs off the road and steals the device for Cipher, who is a cyberterrorist.

Hobbs gets arrested and locked up in the same high-security prison which holds Deckard Shaw. Later Hobbs and Shaw both escape the prison, intelligence operative Mr. Nobody and his protégé Eric Reisner recruit them to help the squad discover Dom and capture Nil. Deckard reveals that Cipher had hired his brother Owen Shaw to steal the Nightshade device and Mose Jakande to steal God’s Eye, Ramsey’s software program. The squad tracks Dom and Cipher to their ain location, moments before the two attack the base, injure the team and steal God’s Eye. When Dom shows frustration with Cipher, she shows him his ex-lover and DSS agent Elena Neves, and their son, of whose existence Dom was unaware, having kidnapped both to secure his loyalty. She sends Dom to call back a nuclear football held by the Russian Minister of Defense force in New York City.

With the assistance of Raldo, Dom briefly evades Cypher, and persuades Deckard and Owen’s mother, Magdalene, to assistance him. Naught hacks into the electronics systems of many cars, remotely controlling them via machine bulldoze, causing them to occludent the convoy so that Dom can take the football. The team intercepts Dom in their cars, but Dom escapes and seemingly shoots Deckard. Letty catches upwardly to Dom and steals the football, but is almost killed by Cipher’s enforcer, Connor Rhodes, before Dom stops him and forces the football game from Letty. In retaliation, Nil has Rhodes execute Elena in forepart of Dom, threatening his son adjacent. Dom infiltrates a military separatist base in Russian federation to utilize the EMP device to disable security and a nuclear submarine, enabling Zilch to hijack it and attempt to use its arsenal to trigger a nuclear war. They are intercepted by the squad, who close down the submarine’s nuclear weapons and drive toward the gates that would foreclose the sub from leaving to sea, while beingness pursued by separatists.

Meanwhile, Deckard, who faked his expiry with the assist of Magdalene, teams up with Owen and infiltrates Cipher’south plane to rescue Dom’s son. Once Deckard reports that the kid is condom, Dom turns on Cipher and kills Rhodes, before rejoining his squad. Outraged, Cipher fires an infrared homing missile at Dom’s Charger, only he breaks abroad from his team and lures the missile to the trailing submarine. The team forms a vehicular occludent and shields Dom from the ensuing explosion as the submarine is destroyed. Deckard reaches the front of the plane and confronts Cipher, who escapes by parachute. Mr. Nobody and his protégé visit Dom and his team in New York City to report that Zip is still at large. Hobbs has his record cleared and is offered his DSS job dorsum, just he declines and chooses to spend more fourth dimension with his daughter. Deckard delivers Dom his son, putting his differences aside with Dom and Hobbs. Dom names his son Brian and celebrates with his friends.

Cast

[edit]

  • Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto, a former criminal, professional street racer and billionaire who has retired and settled down with his wife, Letty.[5]
  • Dwayne Johnson equally Luke Hobbs, a sometime Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) amanuensis who allied with Dom and his team post-obit their outings in Rio de Janeiro and Europe.[6]
  • Jason Statham as Deckard Shaw, a rogue British executioner who was imprisoned by Hobbs and the DSS after his defeat in Los Angeles, who serves as an ally to assistance Dom’south team take downward Cipher.[vii]
  • Michelle Rodriguez as Letty Ortiz, Dom’s married woman and a former professional street racer and the stepmother of Brian Marcos.[v]
  • Tyrese Gibson every bit Roman Pearce, a former criminal from Barstow and a fellow member of Dom’s squad.[eight]
  • Chris “Ludacris” Bridges as Tej Parker, a mechanic from Miami and a fellow member of Dom’due south team.[8]
  • Scott Eastwood as Little Nobody, a constabulary enforcement agent working under Mr. Nobody.[nine]
  • Nathalie Emmanuel equally Ramsey, a British computer hacktivist and a member of Dom’s team.[ten]
  • Elsa Pataky as Elena Neves, the biological mother of Brian Marcos and a quondam Rio de Janeiro police officeholder who moved to the United states to become Hobbs’ new partner at the DSS.[11]
  • Kurt Russell every bit Mr. Nobody, an intelligence operative and the leader of a covert ops team which previously aided Dom and his squad in taking down Deckard in Abu Dhabi.[v]
  • Charlize Theron as Cipher, a criminal mastermind and cyberterrorist who coerces Dom into working confronting his team by belongings Elena and their son earnest.[12]
  • Kristofer Hivju as Connor Rhodes, Cipher’s right-manus human being and 2nd-in-control.[xiii]

Tego Calderón and Don Omar reprise their corresponding roles equally Tego Leo and Rico Santos, former members of Dom’s team, from
Los Bandoleros
(2009),
Fast & Furious
(2009) and
Fast Five
(2011).[11]
Patrick St. Esprit appears as DS Allen.[14]
Luke Evans reprises his role from
Fast & Furious 6
(2013) and
Furious seven
(2015) equally Owen Shaw, Deckard’s younger blood brother and a former Special Air Service (SAS) soldier who formerly opposed Dom’southward squad in Europe, and who helps his brother in rescuing Dom’s son.[xi]
Helen Mirren makes an uncredited cameo advent equally Magdalene Shaw, the mother of Deckard and Owen Shaw.[15]
Celestino Cornielle portrays Raldo, a street racer whose respect Dom earns.[16]

Production

[edit]

Development

[edit]

We’re trying to do what nosotros always practise, which is effort to come up at it from a character signal of view and figure out where the characters would go from hither. I call up the thing that’s made
The Fast and the Furious
special is obviously we have incredible action and so on. But the thing that people really chronicle to the most is the characters. We’re lucky that we have a lot of nifty characters. Unfortunately, we don’t have Paul [Walker] anymore. His character… has moved on. Merely nosotros feel like in that location’s a lot however to exist mined. That’s where we’re starting. We’re actually talking nigh the characters, where they all sit down right now. It’s a huge claiming.

—Neal H. Moritz,
The Fast and the Furious
franchise producer[17]

In November 2014, Universal Pictures chairwoman Donna Langley told
The Hollywood Reporter
that there would be at to the lowest degree three more films in the franchise after
Furious 7.[18]
In April 2015, Vin Diesel stated that the possible sequel that “Paul Walker used to say that [an 8th film] was guaranteed. And in some means, when your brother guarantees something, you sometimes experience like you have to make sure it comes to pass.”[19]

Diesel farther hinted at an eighth moving picture on
Jimmy Kimmel Alive!
when he stated that Kurt Russell’south grapheme would span multiple films. He also stated that the next film would have place in New York City.[20]
Chris Morgan returned to write his sixth script in the franchise, while Neal H. Moritz returned to produce. Moritz later stated, “[The story] is going to have to be something enticing for all of the states. It has to be equally good as or better [than
Furious 7]”.[21]

At the 2015 CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Diesel announced the film for an April fourteen, 2017 release date.[22]
[23]
In August, at the 2015 Teen Option Awards (where
Furious vii
received the honour for Choice Movie – Action and Walker received the award for Option Motion-picture show Role player – Action), Diesel gave the moving picture the initial title
Fast 8.[24]
In September, Diesel stated that the script had nigh been completed,[25]
and expressed interest in Rob Cohen, who directed the first picture show, to direct the eighth installment.[26]
In October, Diesel fuel announced on
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
that
Direct Outta Compton
director F. Gary Grayness would direct the pic.[27]
[28]

In July, Moritz said that Walker’southward character, Brian O’Conner, would non appear in the film, following the utilise of CGI in the previous picture show afterwards Walker died in a single-vehicle accident in November 2013, with Moritz stating that his character had “moved on”.[17]
It had previously been reported that Paul’s younger brother, Cody Walker, would either join the cast in a new role,[29]
or replace his older brother in the role of O’Conner;[thirty]
all the same, it was later announced that the graphic symbol will not return to the franchise.[31]
Moritz also said that the picture would shift the focus of the franchise from a series of heist films to a spy caper, following a similar change in focus from street racing in
Fast V
(2011).[32]
In December 2016, the film was retitled
The Fate of the Furious.[33]

Casting

[edit]

Diesel, Russell, and Michelle Rodriguez were the first to ostend their involvement in the moving-picture show,[v]
and Tyrese Gibson and Chris Bridges both confirmed their render before long after.[8]
Lucas Blackness had signed on to reprise his role from
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
(2006) as Sean Boswell for
Furious 7
and two more installments in September 2013.[34]
In May 2015, Dwayne Johnson confirmed his involvement in the motion-picture show, additionally hinting at a possible spin-off flick involving his character, Luke Hobbs.[6]
Jason Statham also confirmed his render that same month.[7]
In April 2016, Charlize Theron and Kristofer Hivju were confirmed as additions to the cast, in villainous roles,[12]
[13]
while Scott Eastwood also joined the motion-picture show as a police enforcement agent.[9]
In May, Nathalie Emmanuel was confirmed to reprise her part equally Ramsey in the moving-picture show.[ten]
In June, Helen Mirren appear in an interview with
Elle
that she would appear in the film.[35]
During an interview with Chris Mannix in July, Lucas Black confirmed he would not appear in the eighth installment, due to scheduling conflicts with
NCIS: New Orleans.[36]

Filming

[edit]

New York City is one of the exotic locations for the film.

In keeping with the franchise’southward penchant for filming in “exotic” locations, such as Abu Dhabi and Rio de Janeiro, in January 2016 information technology was appear that Universal was seeking approval from the United States and Cuban governments to shoot part of the film in Cuba.[37]
[38]
Principal photography began on March 14, in Mývatn, in Iceland,[39]
[40]
where strong winds sent a plastic iceberg prop flying into a paddock. The prop struck two horses: one was wounded and the other mortally injured; it was after euthanized.[41]
In tardily April, filming began in Cuba’s capital letter city, Havana.[42]
[43]
[44]
[45]
In May, filming also took place in Cleveland.[46]
[47]
Franchise cinematographer Stephen F. Windon returned for the 8th instalment.[48]
Filming besides took place in Atlanta[49]
and New York City.[50]

Music

[edit]

Brian Tyler, who scored the third, fourth, fifth, and seventh installments, was tapped to compose the film score for the 8th picture.[51]
A soundtrack album past Atlantic Records was released on April 14, 2017, coinciding with the film’due south U.s. theatrical release.[52]
The film’s score album was released on April 28, by Back Lot Music.[53]

Release

[edit]

Theatrical

[edit]

The Fate of the Furious
had its earth premiere in Berlin on April 4, 2017.[54]
The film was theatrically released in the U.s. on April 14.[22]
[23]
The motion picture was released in 1,074 IMAX screens effectually the world, making it the widest opening in IMAX history.[55]

Home media

[edit]

The Fate of the Furious
was released on Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD on July 11, 2017 by Universal Pictures Dwelling Entertainment.[56]

Reception

[edit]

Box office

[edit]

The Fate of the Furious
grossed $226 million in the United states of america and Canada and $1.010 billion in other territories for a worldwide total of $1.236 billion,[4]
against a production budget of $250 million.[2]
[3]
The film was released in 64 territories worldwide, including almost all major markets (minus Nippon), starting from April 12, 2017, and was projected to earn anywhere between $375–440 meg in its five-day opening weekend.[57]
[58]
By the stop of the weekend, information technology concluded up earning $539.9 million from nearly 23,000 screens, mode above initial projections, to score the biggest global opening in cinematic history until it was surpassed by
Avengers: Infinity State of war
(2018). It too marked the third time that a picture show earned over $500 million in a single weekend, later
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
(2015) ($529 million) and
Jurassic World
(2015) ($525.five million).[59]
On April 30, 2017, the moving-picture show crossed the $1 billion mark, becoming the second film in the franchise to practice then, later Furious vii.[60]
In IMAX, the film made $31.1 1000000 from 1,079 screens to record the biggest IMAX April debut and the fourth-biggest overall at the time.[59]

United States and Canada

[edit]

Like several of its predecessors,
The Fate of the Furious
was released in the U.s.a. and Canada in the month of April, and like its immediate predecessor, occupied the lucrative Easter calendar week holiday menses slot, where information technology was expected to open with $100–125 million. It received the widest pre-summertime release ever, at an estimated 4,304 venues, besting the 4,242 opening theater count of
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
(2016) the previous March.[57]
[61]
[62]
[63]
The film fabricated $ten.4 one thousand thousand from Thursday night previews from 3,310 theaters, the second-highest of the franchise behind
Furious 7
s $15.8 1000000.[3]
On its opening day it grossed $45.6 one thousand thousand, with Thursday previews making upward 22.8% of the amount, slightly improve than the 23% for
Furious 7.[64]
Earning a total of $98.eight million on its opening weekend, the film scored the 2d-biggest opening in the franchise (the third-biggest adjusted for inflation) and the third-biggest April debut, behind
Furious 7
and
The Jungle Book
(2016). It posted an almost identical weekend multiplier similar its immediate predecessor (two.166× vs 2.18×).[65]
[66]
Scott Mendelson of
Forbes
magazine compared the opening to how
Spectre
(2015) opening fell from
Skyfall
(2012). One notable record the picture show set was the best opening for a film with an African-American manager, with Grayness besting his own record set up with
Straight Outta Compton
(2015).[67]

Other territories

[edit]

Internationally,
The Fate of the Furious
secured a release in 69 countries.[68]
The film was projected to post an opening between $275–330 million from over xx,000 screens, with some analysts believing information technology could become as high every bit $350–400 1000000.[57]
[68]
[69]
Information technology opened Midweek, April 12, 2017, in viii countries, earning $17.9 million (including previews from 12 countries).[68]
It opened in 33 more than countries on Th, April two, for a total of 41 countries, earning $58.four 1000000, marking Universal Pictures overseas’ highest-grossing Th ever, and for a two-day total of $82.2 1000000.[68]
It added 22 more countries on Fri, April 3, earning $112.1 million to score Universal International’s highest-grossing Friday of all time, for a three-twenty-four hours total of $194.8 meg.[68]
In full, through Sunday, the moving-picture show registered an opening of $441.ane million from 64 markets, setting new records for the biggest April international debut, Universal’s biggest, and the biggest of all fourth dimension overall (alee of
Jurassic World)—It is the beginning such film to open past $400 million in a single weekend with a bulk of it coming from China. Around $22.half-dozen million came from 681 IMAX screens which is Universal’s 2d-biggest backside only
Jurassic World.[59]
Information technology topped the international charts for a 2nd consecutive term, adding another $158.1 million[lxx]
later on which it was surpassed by
Guardians of the Milky way Vol. 2
(2017), some other film starring Diesel and Russell, in its tertiary weekend.[71]
In IMAX, the film has grossed northward of $58 million.[71]

It set the tape for the biggest opening day of 2017 in every territory it has been released at, the biggest opening solar day of all time in 16 markets, Universal’s biggest opening twenty-four hour period ever in 22 territories and the biggest opening in the franchise in 38 markets. Moreover, it recorded the biggest paid previews of all fourth dimension in Malaysia, Singapore, Venezuela, and Vietnam.[68]
In terms of opening weekend, the film debuted at No. ane in all markets where it set the biggest opening weekend of all time in xx markets; Universal’due south biggest opening weekend always in 28 markets; and the biggest opening in the franchise in 40 markets.[59]
[seventy]
[72]
The top openings were recorded in China ($192 million),[73]
Mexico ($17.7 million), the United Kingdom ($17.five meg), Russian federation ($fourteen.ii one thousand thousand), Deutschland ($xiii.6 meg), Brazil ($12.8 million), Bharat ($10.vii million), Korea ($x.6 million), Eye Due east combined ($nine.ix meg), Taiwan ($9.iii million), French republic ($9.two meg), Australia ($ix.v million), Argentina ($9 1000000), Indonesia ($8.5 million), Italy ($6.7 million), Malaysia ($6.3 million), Espana ($six.1 million), Colombia ($4.9 million), Thailand ($iv.9 million), Panama ($iv.8 million),[59]
Pakistan ($2.5 million), and Romania ($1.seven one thousand thousand).[74]
Comparing marketplace-to-market performance,
Furious vii
had an opening worth $250 million without Mainland china and Russian federation while
The Fate of the Furious
delivered $228.2 million debut, sans the 2 aforementioned markets.[59]
In Japan, the film debuted with $7.5 1000000. Although that’s a new record for the franchise, the motion picture debuted at number three behind Disney’s
Beauty and the Animal
(2017) and local moving picture
Detective Conan: Crimson Love Letter
(2017)—their robust second-weekend earnings blocked the quondam from taking the top spot, making Nippon ane of the few markets where the flick didn’t open at No. ane.[71]
[75]
The biggest-earning markets are Prc ($392.8 meg), followed by Brazil ($41.8 million), the Britain ($37.5 million), Mexico ($36.8 million), and Germany ($32.4 million).[76]
In Peru, it has get Universal’due south highest-grossing motion picture e’er.[77]

Critical response

[edit]

The Fate of the Furious
received lukewarm reviews.[78]
[79]
[fourscore]
The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an blessing rating of 67% with an average score of half dozen.13/x, based on 301 reviews. The website’s critical consensus reads, “The Fate of the Furious
opens a new affiliate in the franchise, fueled by the same infectious bandage chemistry and over-the-top action fans have come up to await.”[81]
Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 56 out of 100 based on 45 critics, indicating “mixed or average reviews”.[82]
Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the flick an average grade of “A” on an A+ to F scale, and those at PostTrak gave the flick an 88% overall positive score and a 71% “definite recommend”.[3]

Mike Ryan of
Uproxx
gave the film a positive review, writing: “This isn’t my favorite of the series—that’due south notwithstanding
Furious vii
(it’due south hard to top those jumps from skyscraper to skyscraper, just this is a worthy entry). These movies know what they are. These movies know they are fun. These are fun movies!”[83]
Owen Gleiberman of
Multifariousness, in his positive review of the moving-picture show, wrote: “Most franchises, after eight films, are feeling a twinge of exhaustion, but this one has achieved a level of success—and perpetual kinetic creative energy—that’southward a testament to its commercial/cultural/demographic resonance.” He also wrote, “If this serial, over the final sixteen years, has taught us anything, it’s that simply when you think information technology’southward virtually to run out of gas, information technology gets outfitted with an fifty-fifty more elaborate fuel-injection system.”[84]

David Ehrlich of IndieWire gave the film a C− and called information technology the worst entry of the franchise, saying: “Every bit much a mess of conflicting tones and styles as it is of locations, this setpiece—like the rest of Greyness’s pic—feels like a heap of random parts that were thrown together in the hopes that fate might somehow weld them into a roadworthy vehicle. Simply it’s non all groundbreaking.”[85]
J. R. Kinnard of
PopMatters
magazine gave a lukewarm review, writing: “It’s unlikely that devotees will consider
The Fate of the Furious
one of the stronger entries in the series. Even so, the filmmakers and actors are clearly dedicated to making a quality product, avoiding the complacency that often plagues action sequels.”[86]
Richard Roeper of the
Chicago Sun-Times
gave the film ii stars out of four, saying: “Moments after Dom has gone rogue and plainly wants to kill them, they’re making jokes. Equally they’re racing through the streets of New York City or skidding along the ice in Russia, killing bad guys and narrowly avoiding getting killed themselves, they’re crackin’ wise. Even within this ludicrous universe, information technology’southward jarring to hear these supposedly smart folks, who refer to themselves every bit ‘family,’ acting similar idiots who don’t seem to care if they live or die, or if their friends survive.”[87]

Professor of international political economic system Richard Eastward. Feinberg has commented on the political significance of the film’s opening setting of Havana in the context of shifting U.S.–Cuban relations, calling the eighth instalment, “Hollywood’southward dear letter to Havana”.[88]
He writes, “In the Cuban sequence’s dramatic climax, Dom wins his hard-fought ane-mile race (“a Cuban mile”) against a tough local competitor, by a olfactory organ. The loser is gracious: ‘You won my motorcar and you earned my respect,’ he admits to the FF hero. Dom’s response is as magnanimous: ‘Keep your automobile, your respect is practiced plenty for me.’ In this instance, FF8 captures the essence of the relations between the United states and Republic of cuba: it’south all about mutual respect.”[88]

Accolades

[edit]

Sequel

[edit]

The sequel, titled
F9, is directed by Justin Lin,[91]
[92]
written past Daniel Casey,[93]
and was released on June 25, 2021.[94]

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External links

[edit]


  • Official website
  • The Fate of the Furious
    at IMDb
  • The Fate of the Furious
    at AllMovie
  • The Fate of the Furious
    at Rotten Tomatoes



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fate_of_the_Furious