Fast X trailer: Jason Momoa wants revenges

In the trailer for Fast X, the 10th main episode (and 11th full-length film) in the enormously popular Fast and Furious franchise, Vin Diesel’s Dom Toretto finds his calm family man existence violently interrupted yet again.

This project began in 2014 and was later split into two movies that will conclude the main series. Fast X’s initial director, Justin Lin, left the movie one week into production in April of last year due to “creative differences,” while Lin continued to co-write the script and serve as a producer. The Hollywood rumor mill immediately got into high gear with stories of fights between Lin and Diesel on-set and claims that the actor was out of shape, had trouble remembering his lines, and was frequently late to set. Additionally, Lin took issue with some of the changes made to his screenplay, and there are rumors that during a particularly heated argument with Diesel, Lin said the movie “is not worth my mental energy.”

Fast X trailer: Jason Momoa wants revenges

Louis Leterrier, who directed the first two Transporter movies as well as 2008’s The Incredible Hulk, 2010’s Clash of the Titans, and 2013’s Now You See Me, was the director that Universal quickly recruited to fill the void. To bring the franchise “back to Earth,” Leterrier stated that he wanted to perform more practical stunts enhanced by visual effects rather than a tonne of CGI. This may have been a subtle nod to F9, which featured a pivotal scene in which Tej (Chris “Ludacris” Bridges) and Roman (Tyrese Gibson) rode a “rocket car” into near-Earth orbit to destroy a satellite and were rescued by the (no, really). Even more of the widely highlighted street racing will be seen.

Diesel, Bridges, Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez as Letty, Jason Statham as Deckard Shaw, John Cena as Dom’s brother Jakob, Jordana Brewster as Dom’s sister, Nathalie Emmanuel as computer hacktivist Ramsey, and Sung Kang as Han Lue, who we learned had faked his death in F9, are all back in the main cast for Fast X. As the criminal mastermind Cipher, Charlize Theron returns, and Helen Mirren as Deckard’s mother Queenie. There are some fresh faces as too, most notably Jason Momoa who plays Dante, the primary antagonist who is working with Cipher. Tess, a character played by Brie Larson, is the grandmother of Dom, Jakob, and Mia; Abuela Toretto is portrayed by Rita Moreno. Additionally, this will be the first movie in the franchise to have electric vehicles like

Abuela tells the assembled group that they are still together, “creating this amazing family,” in spite of all the challenges they have endured in the opening of the trailer. However, Dom is concerned about old enemies, particularly now that he has something valuable to lose. Dante, played by actor Jason Momoa, forewarns in a voiceover, “You’re about to discover all about dread.” He says he will tear Dom’s family apart “piece by piece” because he envies their success and stability and holds Dom accountable for his own lack of having either. It’s not enough to just kill Dom; Dante also wants to put him through hardship. Given that this movie and its planned sequel will conclude the narrative, Letty may be correct when she predicts that “One of us might not come.”

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