The Fast & Furious follower community is continuing to swell and enhance, but we here have all the definite answers to the questions and the buzz that is in the air about the forthcoming Fast 8. It is certain that Fast & Furious 8 is for real, and it’s in reality almost about to come on the big screen! But there linger a lot of doubts about who is going to be involved in front as well as after the camera this time around. Let us mine deep to all that we previously know regarding the approaching Fast & Furious sequel!
The Movie Cast
Other than Diesel himself, Fast & Furious has kept Tyrese Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, and Ludacris to be a part of the mounting cast. Don’t even think of the return of Jordana Brewster, though, as she lately stated that her phone never got a ring all throughout the production. And, certainly, The Rock player of WrestleMania 2017 or Dwayne Johnson is going to be in there as Hobbs, the onetime enemy who at last saw the fault in his methods and stopped following Dominic Toretto long enough to unite into the crew. Hobbs was mostly not the central character in Furious 7 following a bone-crunching fight against Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham).
The Worldwide Release
Once Universal decided that they might truly be going ahead making the subsequent Fast & Furious voyage, they thought of choosing a release date. They required ample time to get over with the screenplay, and to come across a new director, as the Furious 7 director James Wan went on to helm Aquaman. However, Fast 8 is going to be released worldwide everywhere on the 14th of April 2017. This signifies that it is going to compete alongside Open Road’s animated movie Spark, and the Fox Searchlight’s Gifted, except that, fundamentally intends that Fast 8 has acquired a weekend for itself.
Fast 8: Direction
This time the gang has been helmed by a gallant new director that is F. Gary Gray, who freshly delivered the critically applauded the Straight Outta Compton for Universal. Whilst Gray possesses some tense thrillers under his belt, counting the underestimated The Italian Job and A Man Apart in the company of Vin Diesel, he never directed a Fast film in the past. The Fast series is a huge proving ground for the directors, transiting the stick to the directors like Justin Lin and James Wan. As of now, we just can’t be patient to catch what Gray has in store for us.