The first poster for Fast X arrives, showcasing Vin Diesel’s Dominic Torretto locked in deep reflection as the end of the road is teased.
The poster for Fast X is here, and it shows Vin Diesel’s Dominic Torretto intensely praying alongside the ominous tagline: “The end of the road begins.”
Universal Pictures released the tenth Fast & Furious film’s debut poster, which, brandishing the austere image Dom clutching a rosary, complemented by the end-teasing tagline. However, Diesel himself subsequently shared the image with an additional message. “We’re almost there…,” the star tweeted. “We can’t wait to share a taste of what’s coming…” He also promoted an exclusive Fast X Trailer Takeover fan event will be held in Los Angeles on Feb. 9. The film’s trailer will make its debut to the general public one day later, on Feb. 10.
Fast X’s Jason Momoa Showdown
Fast X is the much-awaited tenth film in the Fast & Furious franchise, which first hit screens in 2001 as a relatively understated crime and street racing movie. In the intervening years, the franchise has soared past believability, with cars jumping from Dubai’s Burj Khalifa towers in Furious 7 and F9: The Fast Saga even featuring a scene in space.
Regardless, fans seem content to stick along for the increasingly wild ride. Fast X‘s plot remains under wraps, but the movie is intended to be the first part of a two-film story that ends the franchise. Vin Diesel is expected to match wits against Jason Mamoa, who plays Dante, a villain the actor has described as a “very flamboyant bad boy” with “a little panache.”
Aside from the poster, the fan-engaging Diesel has already released a steady stream of images on social media showing behind-the-scenes glimpses at the film, including relaxing with Mamoa on set and a glimpse of Dominic Torretto’s sister Mia, played by Jordana Brewster.
Fast X is directed by Louis Leterrier, who previously helmed two Transporter movies and the early Marvel Cinematic Universe movie The Incredible Hulk. Justin Lin, responsible for five other movies in the series, was originally set to direct but left the project before filming began. Due to improved salaries for the film’s stars, inflation and COVID-19 pandemic testing requirements, Fast X‘s budget far surpasses that of previous films in the saga, exceeding $340 million. In total, the Fast & Furious franchise has garnered more than $6.6 billion in ticket sales, making it likely that the movie will recover its hefty production cost promptly.
Aside from Diesel, Mamoa and Brewster, Fast X immense ensemble consists of Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Charlize Theron, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Sung Kang, Michael Rooker, Scott Eastwood, John Cena, Helen Mirren, Jason Statham and Cardi B.
Fast X is scheduled to hit theaters on May 19, 2023.
Source: Universal Pictures, Twitter
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