F9 gets a fast and furious new trailer before of its June 25th debut
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F9 — the imaginatively named ninth film in the increasingly physics-defying Fast & Furious franchise — has a new trailer, arriving almost a full year after its original May 2020 release date.
Warning: potential spoilers for things that have already been widely revealed in the first trailer below.
F9 will see a whole roster of familiar faces from the Fast & Furious universe return, including Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez), Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson), Tej Parker (Ludacris), and Magdalene Shaw (Helen Mirren).
As uncovered in the 1st trailer (delivered what feels like a lifetime ago in January 2020), F9 will likewise see the victorious return of Sung Kang as Han Lue, whose character has been assumed dead since 2006’s The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, a reality that necessary the plotlines of motion pictures four through six in the Fast and Furious establishment to be set as prequels before Tokyo Drift to permit Kang to keep on showing up in the movies.
Also returning is Jordana Brewster’s Mia Toretto, who exited the franchise in Furious 7 when her character retired alongside Brian O’Conner (played by Paul Walker until his death in 2013).
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The Furious pack will go head to head against John Cena, playing Jakob Toretto, the beforehand concealed third Toretto kin to Diesel’s Dom and Brewster’s Mia, who’ll be collaborating with Cipher (Charlize Theron’s despicable programmer from The Fate of the Furious).
F9 was initially set to hit theaters on May 22nd, 2020, however it has seen its delivery date bob around the schedule because of theater closures brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s presently set to hit theaters in the US on June 25th, and — notwithstanding some other deferrals — will be the main significant blockbuster to make a big appearance since Tenet the previous fall.
The film is also by no means the end of the popular franchise. Universal has plans for 10th and 11th films to finish out the mainline Fast & Furious series, in addition to further spinoffs (including a sequel to the somehow-even-more-absurd Hobbs & Shaw spinoff).