The new “Fast and Furious 9” trailer is released. Universal Pictures (Universal Pictures) launched a new trailer for F9, whose release was greatly delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “Fast & Furious 9” (called F9 in some markets) was originally scheduled to open in May last year, but as the world entered its first lock-up in April 2021, it was postponed. Then later in 2020, it was postponed to accommodate the next Bond bond. The movie “No Time to Die” will skip another month. With the current recovery in the United States-European movie theaters are still closed, India is locked back-and China’s big market has been open for a while, Universal Pictures is ready to release the next “Fast and Furious” movie.
This is why we have the new F9 trailer, which provides us with more weird and super action that define the “Fast and Furious” series. These guys have become superheroes in essence, and the “Fast and Furious 9” trailer clearly shows that no matter whether they are shot from the inside or shot, they will not be hurt. The four-minute F9 trailer is played like a movie clip after the first minute of play, and then converted to a more traditional trailer ticket price. Then a bet is set: Dom’s (Vin Diesel) brother Jakob (John Cena) owns some MacGuffin land, apparently it will go into space for launch, and yes, Fast&Furious is going into space. This brought everyone back, including one deceased: Han Lue (Song Jian).
In addition to Diesel, Cena and Kang, Fast & Furious 9 also starred Michelle Rodriguez as Dom’s wife Letty Ortiz, Tyrese Gibson as Roman Pearce, Ludacris as Tej Parker, Jordana Brewster as Dom’s sister Mia Toretto, Nathalie Emmanuel as Megan Ramsey, and Helen Mirren. Magdalene Shaw, Charlize Theron as the Fast & Furious 8 villain Cipher, Lucas Black as Sean Boswell, Bow Wow as Twinkie and Jason Tobin as Earl Hu (from “Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift”), Anna Sawai as Elle, Michael Rooker as Buddy and Cardi B plays Leysa. Finn Cole, Vinnie Bennett, Ozuna and Francis Ngannou have no public roles on F9.
Justin Lin (Justin Lin) returned to the director’s seat for the first time since “Fast & Furious 6”. He also directed “Tokyo Drift” and “Quick Five”. Lin also co-wrote the F9 script with Daniel Casey. Lin and Diesel also produced “Fast and Furious 9” with Neal H. Moritz, Jeff Kirschenbaum, Joe Roth, Clayton Townsend and Samantha Vincent. Moritz’s original film, Diesel’s One Race and Roth/Kirschenbaum films produced F9 for Universal Pictures. “Fast and Furious” 9 has a reporting budget of more than US$200 million (approximately 15 billion rupees).
“Fast and Furious 9” will be launched in South Korea on May 19, in India and the United States on June 25, and in the United Kingdom on July 8. Whether it is actually released in India on time depends entirely on the country’s performance in the second wave of COVID-19. On Tuesday, India received a total of 1,84,372 new cases.
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