Monday, October 3, 2022
News Filming of Fast & Furious 10 is About to Begin

Filming of Fast & Furious 10 is About to Begin

The Fast & Furious franchise has two more movies coming our way

  • Dom Toretto, aka Vin Diesel, has confirmed that it has started.

  • The movie is slated for release in May 2023.

  • It will be a two-part event.

Even at this point, nine movies later, all F&F fans are hungry for more. Even those who think that the franchise format, which started out as being about cars to now having cars showcased, are looking forward to the next installment.

Fast & Furious 10 is set for a theatrical release on May 19, 2023 and will feature not only Diesel but cast members we’ve all come to love: Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jordana Brewster, and Sung Kang.

Recently, it was unofficially announced that Jason Momoa was joining the crew as the possible bad guy for F10 according to FilmBook. John Cena has expressed interest in returning to the series as Dom and Mia’s brother Jakob but that seems unlikely.

What we all really want to know is what cars/SUVs/monster trucks and stunts we can expect to see in Fast & Furious 10. So far, there’s nothing to go on. We can certainly expect teasers from the studio and some of its stars including Diesel.

If it was up to us, we’d love to see the return of more “real” tuner cars like the EJ1 Honda Civic coupe features in the first film.

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Matt St-Pierre
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