Fast and Furious 9 is an upcoming action-adventure film. Justin Lin directed the film and is a sequel to 2017’s The Fast and Furious.
Fast And Furious 9: Plot
This time Domenic Toretto and his team join forces to face the most skilled assassin they’ve ever encountered. The high-performance racer is his forsaken brother.
The epic trailer dropped on January 31, 2020, had a big revelation attached to it if you’ve already seen the trailer, yes we are talking about Han. Han Lue is back all good, not dead. He walks right into the office, surprising us and everyone. He was clearly shown dead in post-credit scenes of Fast and Furious 6.
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A tragic car accident that blew his up his car killed him. Which later, we found out that it was a planned accident. Towards the end of Fast six, we find that it was Shaw’s brother Ian who was behind Han’s death. Lan was driving the car that struck Han, killing him. The accident is an act of revenge for the end of his brother, for which Han was partially responsible.
Below is the trailer of Fast and Furious 9.
Talking about Han’s return, actor Sung Kang said, “it’s emotional – it feels like I’m going back to a family reunion. It’s a relationship that has been missing in my life since the last Fast.”
Vin Diesel Thinks This Scene Is The Best Cinematic Moment
Vin Diesel went on records stating that the climax scenes of Fast and Furious 7 are the best moment shot in his career. Not just because it’s Walker’s last ride, but also because it’s a well thought out scene. He calls the scene the “best moment in cinematic history.”
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Fast and Furious saga has had its share of ups and downs. The tragic death of Paul Walker in 2013 was genuinely heart-breaking. The team had to adjust to the fact that Walker is no more as he passed away before finishing Fast and furious 7. At the same time, they also had to figure out a way to give a perfect end to their dear friend Walker.
His character Brian had the best possible exit in the Fast saga. Vin describes Walker’s last ride as the best moment put forth in cinematic history. Vin went on to say, “it might be the best moment in cinematic history. Not just in my career but cinematic history. Men around the world — everyone was able to cry. But men around the planet for the first time in history were ready to cry together.”
It could be an overstatement claiming the moment as the best in cinematic history, but to be fair, it was a lovely scene. And Paul Walker will always be missed no matter how time goes on.
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