FAST X: PART 2 Will Reportedly Return To The Basics With A Reduced Budget And Less Major Locations


It appears that the Fast and Furious franchise is returning to its roots by planning to start from the beginning, similar to how they did with the first Fast movie. Despite being unheard of in a famous blockbuster film, we may just witness this for the first time in the history of film. According to reports from The Insneider, Fast X: Part 2 will be a major throwback to the very first movie from the franchise including adjustments to the usual immense budget as well as filming in less major locations.

Fans worldwide are eager to see how the studio will possibly pull off the production of the film with the legendary ‘grounded and valiant’ approach, particularly when considering that the final moments of the Fast X movie featured Vin Diesel escaping the destruction of a massive dam with his son in his flying Dodge Charger, ending the movie in a cliffhanger.

Despite having to drastically reduce costs for the new film, Jeff Sneider at The InSneider reports that Vin Diesel will be returning despite the recent sexual battery accusation on the actor, further dispelling Diesel’s previous news concerning there being two more films in the Fast series. Concludingly, Sneider reports that if Fast X does indeed prove to be the final entry in the series, Universal Studios may not have Jason Momoa’s Dante Reyes as the primary villain, instead they would opt to introduce a new villain.

In addition to the returning Fast X cast, Part Two will also see the return of Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot to the franchise, as the pair both made surprise appearances at the end of the 2023 film.

#Clique, are you looking forward to the new Fast X?

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