It has come to light that ‘Fast and Furious’ series will end after two back-to-back sequels directed by Justin Lin.
The Universal Pictures studios announced on Wednesday that the hugely successful franchise will end after its eleventh installment.
This action series has ruled the theatres for almost two decades and now Universal Pictures has announced its decision to wrap up its long-running action franchise.
This amazing franchise is lead and produced by the Hollywood actor/producer Vin Diesel. He has produced all the nine parts of the movie franchise since the first debut in 2001.
Lin has so far directed four films in the series — ‘The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift’ (2006), ‘Fast Five’ (2011), ‘Fast & Furious 6’ (2013), and upcoming ‘F9’.
John Cena, meanwhile, makes his debut as Jakob, the newest villain and Dom’s younger brother.
The latest film ‘F9’ is currently in post-production, with the release having been pushed back by Universal to May 2021 from a 2020 release due to the coronavirus pandemic.