It seems as though the Fast and Furious cast know exactly where they want to take a future spin-off series, and it's all-female!
The Fast and Furious franchise isn't ready to throw in the towel just yet and F9 knows exactly which characters should take the lead if they decide to make another movie. So far, it has been widely reported that there are only 2 more installments left in the original series after the newly released 9th film.
However, Director Justin Lin has commented that the latest movie is the first of a separate trilogy and that F11 will be the final Fast and Furious movie.
So, if he is serious, that means we will still have spinoff movies to look forward to. We've already been treated to the first spin-off with Jason Statham and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson previously starring in Hobbs and Shaw. There's no doubt this could tail off and incorporate some of our much-loved characters out of the franchise.
In a recent interview hosted by SiriusXM, the cast of the upcoming movie were asked which characters they think could lead a spinoff. And Chris "Ludacris" Bridges was the first to answer, saying he thinks the women should team up to lead their own spinoff.
Bridges said: "The girls need a spinoff. That's who needs a spinoff. All of the badass, kick-ass women in this film. That's who deserves it."
And the rest of the cast totally agree. This is made even more exciting by the rumors about Universal planning a female-led Fast and Furious spinoff movie.
When asked about the truth behind these rumors, here's what Jordana Brewster had to say: "Think about all the people we could bring back, right? We could bring back Eva Mendes, who'd be incredible to work with. There's Hellen Mirren, Charlize Theron, Nathalie [Emmanuel], me, Anna [Sawai], Michelle [Rodriguez]. It would be really, really cool. I can't speak to the discussions, but I think it would be awesome."
Brewster's comments suggest no official talks have been underway in making an all-female spin-off, but with Fast and Furious already in theatres, production on the 10th movie can't be too far away, so hopefully, we could see a spin-off in the next few years.
Some fans seem to be invested in the idea, with one commenting: "I'm glad that they are allowing more women representations in the film."
However, not everyone agrees, with another fan writing: "No one is asking for this. Literally no one. The F&F series is oversaturated as it is, the last thing needed is a woke spin-off just for the sake of doing so."
There was even a suggestion that the films would crossover with Jurassic World. But I think that might be a little too outrageous, even for F&F.
What do you think about the idea of an all-female Fast and Furious?