How Does Fast and Furious End? Our Most Important Hypotheses & Prognoses
Fast X and Fast & Furious 11 will finish up the series, and although nothing is known about the two next Fast and Furious movies, the franchise’s history may provide some insight into how the series will conclude. Fast and Furious actor and producer Vin Diesel is making it obvious that the series is coming to an end with Fast X and Fast & Furious 11, despite Toretto’s repeated promises of “one final ride.” Although it was initially believed that both movies would be filmed concurrently, Fast & Furious 11 now lacks a director and a release date after Justin Lin left the project to go on Fast X.
Fast & Furious 11 will have to feel like a true conclusion since Fast and Furious always managed to bring its main protagonists back for another adventure, even after seemingly conclusive endings like the one from Fast Five. Fast & Furious 11 must include the franchise’s highest stakes mission to date since Fast and Furious is notorious for constantly going larger.
This mission must not call for a sequel or any other kind of follow-up. Fast X and Fast & Furious 11 will also need to pay tribute to the franchise’s past, which they may accomplish via cameos and flashbacks. The most popular and plausible hypotheses about how Fast and Furious will conclude are listed below.
Fast X and Fast & Furious 11 Review The History Of The Franchise
Fast X and Fast & Furious 11 might pay homage to the franchise’s heritage by revisiting earlier Fast and Furious films, much to how Avengers: Endgame concluded the first decade of MCU movies. Even for Fast and Furious, time travel may be too fantastical, but the next films may still employ flashbacks to recreate some of the series’ most significant scenes.
In order to provide further context for a crucial moment or merely to honour the preceding films, Fast X and Fast & Furious 11 may potentially include brand-new sequences that occurred between The Fast and the Furious and F9. Recently, Ludacris hinted to probable Fast X references to Tej (via Instagram).
Finally, Cipher is defeated
Either Fast X or Fast & Furious 11 will need to wrap up Cipher’s tale after two movies in which the Fast and Furious family failed to stop him. Cipher, who is confirmed to appear in Fast X, is the first Fast and Furious antagonist to have featured in three films, apart from redeemed villains like Hobbs and Shaw. Braga has previously made brief appearances in Fast & Furious 6 and Fast & Furious (2009). Given that Cipher murdered Elena in The Fate of the Furious, her tale has already been told several times, and a Shaw-style redemption for the villain is probably out of the question.
Hobbs, played by The Rock, is absent (although Shaw, played by Jason Statham, is).
Fast X will not include Dwayne Johnson’s Hobbs, and although though Fast & Furious 11 doesn’t yet have an official cast, it is quite doubtful that The Rock will return. After The Fate of the Furious, Johnson quit the main Fast and Furious movies, although he subsequently worked with Jason Statham’s Shaw in the spinoff Hobbs & Shaw.
Shaw could yet show up in Fast X or Fast & Furious 11, although Statham allegedly declined to return for F9 owing to schedule issues. Jason Statham might appear at the climax of Fast X because Helen Mirren, who portrays Deckard Shaw’s mother Magdalene Shaw, is returning.
The Toretto Family Gains a New Member (For Good)
Jakob Toretto, who joined the Fast and Furious franchise at the last minute, played the villain for the most of F9 until being saved at the conclusion. Given that John Cena is returning for Fast X and all the Fast and Furious chronology changes required to accommodate Jakob Toretto’s tale, it makes logical for the character to play a key part in the last two movies.
Luke Hobbs, who assisted Dom Toretto’s family at the conclusion of Fast Five but wasn’t officially on their side yet, may serve as a model for Jakob Toretto’s atonement. Jakob Toretto could now remain a part of the clan permanently, particularly if Cipher is vanquished.