The Final FAST Trilogy Gets A Release Schedule Through 2021

Actor Vin Diesel is currently in a "Xander state of mind" while filming xXx3 with a wicked cast. In the meantime, Diesel isn't about to break consistency with "Toretto Tuesday" in lieu of all things to come with the remaining films of the Fast saga.

Fast 8 is poised to film later this year rejoining Diesel with A Man Apart and Straight Outta Compton helmer F. Gary Gray and Neal Moritz producing for an April 14, 2017 release as per last year's announcement. On that note, the actor went to Instagram late in the evening to share some big news from Universal Pictures in the following post, stamping official release dates for the last two films:

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No plot details are available yet but several cast members from previous films are expected to return, including Tyrese Gibson, Christopher "Ludacris" Bridges, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson now balancing between filming a new season of ballers as well as two other films this year, and Jason Statham who played the villain in director James Wan's Furious Seven, contributing to its $1.5 billion dollar gross last Spring. This, coupled with some epic scenery promised in places like Cuba and New York City next to its base in Altana, Georgia.

A director has not yet been tapped for either Fast 9 or 10 as it's still early in the scheule, so keep your eyes peeled for more ahead.


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