Universal had a great year with how The Super Mario Bros. The movie has dominated the box office, and with Fast X coming out, that year will probably be even better. With just a few weeks to go before the film hits theaters, Vin Diesel and other members of the Fast Family took to the CinemaCon stage to showcase an expanded version of the final theatrical trailer featuring some new action-packed scenes. illness.
However, the original Vin Diesel did not appear. The presentation begins with Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, and Sung Kang recap the series a bit before Vin shows up to hype not only Fast X but its sequel as well.
“This summer is just the beginning of Fast X. And with all your hard work, love, and the fact that you’re part of our family, Fast X will continue. And after the summer boom. hey, I will have the honor to stand before you again in Season 2 in 2025.” Last week, it was reported that Louis Leterrier, director of Fast X, would return for Fast X-2, but this is the first time we have heard of the release of the tenth Fast & Furious sequel in 2019. 2025.
Diesel also noted a major milestone for the franchise. “Fast is currently the longest series in cinematic history…with the same actors playing the same characters,” says Diesel. And it’s true – no lead actor has been replaced by someone other than Brian played by Paul Walker’s brother in the Furious 7 installments after Walker died while the film was in production.
CinemaCon’s extended trailer begins with Brie Larson’s character giving a brief introduction to the huge and dramatic history of Dominic Toretto and his family from the anonymous government of Scott Eastwood. But Little Nobody thinks their glory days are behind them.
Gone are the days when a man driving a car could make a difference, he said.
From there, the footage goes into full trailer mode, switching between different scenes and backgrounds. We go from Dom being transported as a prisoner in a convoy, to John Cena’s Jakob protecting Dom’s son Lil Brian in that cannon, which we saw in previous trailer.
The CinemaCon trailer also shows us some pretty intense fight scenes between Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) and Cipher (Charlize Theron) in the final trailer–in CinemaCon’s expanded version of the scene, they showed the part where Cipher almost killed Letty with a laser in the middle of the fight.
Fast X hits theaters on May 19.
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