In recent years, the “Fast & Furious” franchise has been moving in a more exaggerated, sci-fi direction, and producer Neal H. Moritz also pointed out that the series needs to return to small scenes and pay more attention to detail.
“To be honest, I think the IP scene should be a little smaller in the future, and I want to go back to where we started. I think it’s an interesting direction, and I like to take the zig-zag road. I think That’s what audiences want today.”
Despite what he says, it remains to be seen whether the other producers involved in the film will agree with him.
While the first four films in the series also had many impressive stunt scenes, most of them were relatively down-to-earth productions.
And the fifth took it to new heights, with scenes so exaggerated that fans wondered if it would go into space.
And in the ninth part, their conjecture was verified….
“Fast & Furious 10” will be released in the United States on May 19, 2023, and the 11th installment as the series finale is also expected to be released in 2024. A spinoff movie is also in the pipeline.
Following “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw,” which tells the story of Hobbs & Shaw, they will produce a work that focuses on female characters.
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