Fast X: Release date, cast and more


Seatbelts are being “Fast10’d” ahead of the release of Fast X, or Fast and Furious 10.

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There’s a new Fast and Furious movie coming out in spring 2023 — and we’ve just learned about some fascinating casting details.

However, there is some bad news: One of the cast members you may have hoped would return for these flicks has departed. Below, you’ll find more information about him. As a result, Fast & Furious 9 spoilers are inevitable. This is a warning to you.


In addition, we’ve just received some casting news to add to the probable roster of returning series regulars (s). It’s incredible to think about how a bunch of motor-heads went from betting on automobiles to rescuing the world.. What do we know about the next Fast & Furious 10 movie?

The release date of Fast X has been revised.

The release date for Fast & Furious 10 has been pushed back to May 19, 2023. (formerly April 7, 2023). For those who want to see the Fast and the Furious movies in sequence, there is plenty of time to do so.

This puts it ahead of Mission: Impossible 7, which premieres on July 14, 2023.


Once upon a time, Fast & Furious 10 was scheduled for release in April 2021. Due to COVID-19-related delays and slowdowns, the film’s release date will be pushed back significantly from its original target.

When asked by Entertainment Weekly whether production would begin in January 2022, actor Vin Diesel said yes. It’s possible that Fast 10 and Fast 11 are just the first two portions of Fast 10.

The cast and crew of Fast X

The awful news at the moment overshadows the casting announcement below. He’s been with the series since Tokyo Drift, where he helmed Fast Five, which is generally regarded as the revival of this franchise.


In an Instagram post that doesn’t explain why he’s departing, Lin says that he will remain on as a producer, but he doesn’t elaborate. Fast and Furious 10 will have a clearer picture of which characters will be returning after seeing F9 on its opening night. For this reason, we think Fast and Furious 10 will feature a cast that is the largest ever for a F&F film.

Earlier this month, Vin Diesel shared a picture of himself and Captain Marvel actor Brie Larson laughing on Instagram.

In the meanwhile, The Hollywood Reporter announced that another megastar was joining the Fast & Furious universe. The Hollywood Reporter claims that Jason Momoa “may play one of the film’s antagonists,” and he’s “in final discussions to join.”


Fast & Furious 9’s primary cast has been reduced to the following:

  • Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto
  • Michelle Rodriguez as Letty 
  • Jordana Brewster as Mia Toretto
  • Chris Bridges as Tej
  • Tyrese Gibson as Roman
  • Nathalie Emmanuel as Ramsey
  • Sung Kang as Han
  • Charlize Theron as Cypher
  • Helen Mirren as Queenie
  • John Cena as Jakob Toretto

Cardi B, who portrays new character Leysa, a lady with links to Dom’s past, will also appear in the next season. “We are very much enthusiastic to develop her character and to extend it to the climax,” he told ET at the film’s premiere. Just in time, she made it.”

When I told you the awful news, didn’t you become worried? Fast & Furious star Dwayne Johnson has confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that he will not be returning to the franchise. And I wish them the best of luck on the next Fast 10 and Fast 11 and the rest of the Fast & Furious movies that they do without me.” Johnson had previously mentioned that Vin Diesel’s comments about their method acting made him laugh.


Are there any plans for Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw to return, as hinted at in the Fast and Furious 9 credits scene? The same is true for Hobbs and Shaw 2, which will be explained in more detail below.

In response to a question from Digital Spy, Diesel said, “Personally, I would love to have my pal Michael Caine be a member of the Fast Universe. Because of him and his efforts on The Last Witch Hunter, he’s a member of Witch Hunter. To find out who’s coming, I believe you’ll have to wait till Fast 10.

In addition to Fast and Furious 10, there will be further sequels.

Yes, Fast clan, the last race isn’t F10. In an interview with the Associated Press, Vin Diesel said that the cast and crew for Fast and Furious 11 is already in place. It’s almost like a two-part movie, like Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, except with a lot more automobiles in Fast & Furious 10 and 11.


However, we also know that the Fast Saga will not be the only one. Hiram Garcia, the producer of Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, confirmed to that a Hobbs & Shaw 2 is in the works.

The whole ensemble agreed in a Sirius XM interview that an all-female Fast Cinematic Universe spin-off is needed. First to propose the concept during the conference call, Chris Bridges claimed that Helen Mirren must be a part of it. Eva Mendes, according to Jordana Brewster, might return as well.


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