According to media reports, “Fast & Furious 10” director Justin Lin announced that he would no longer serve as director, but Justin Lin did not disclose the reason for his launch.
“With Universal’s support, I made the difficult decision to step down as director of ‘Fast & Furious 10’ and remain involved in the project as a producer,” Justin Lin wrote in a statement. “I will be forever grateful. For the support of the cast, crew and crew over the past decade, and as a descendant of Asian immigrants, I am proud to have helped create the most diverse franchise in film history.”
“Fast & Furious 10” has only been filmed for a week, and the announcement was actually quite unexpected.
At present, the filming of the film has not stopped, but is under the control of the second film crew, and the official is also actively looking for a new director.
A person familiar with the matter broke the news to the media that Justin Lin left because of “creative differences” and that there will be a brief pause in filming to find a replacement for the director.
The current shortlist for directors includes David Leitch of “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw” and “John Wick” and F. Gary Gray.
However, it was previously reported that David Leitch will be working with Ryan Gosling on the new film “The Fall Guy” next.