Fast X: Release date, cast and more we now


Fast X, or Fast & Furious 10, has us fastened to our seats.

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It’s official: Fast and Furious 10 is officially called Fast X. The next core Fast and Furious film is in the works, with a release date of spring 2023 already fixed, and some intriguing casting news has recently come to light.

Sadly, one member of the cast who many fans had hoped would return has opted out of returning. In the next paragraphs, you’ll learn more about him. As a result, there will be spoilers for Fast & Furious 9 in the following paragraphs. I hope you take this as a warning.


In addition, we’ve just received some casting news to add to the probable roster of returning series regulars (s). It’s astonishing to think about how a bunch of motor-heads went from betting on automobiles to rescuing the world. Everything we know about Fast & Furious 10 at this time.

The release date of Fast X has been revised.

The release date for Fast & Furious 10 has been pushed back to May 19, 2023. (formerly April 7, 2023). The Fast and the Furious movies may be watched in sequence on any of the top streaming devices, so you have plenty of time.

Mission: Impossible 7, the other major movie of Summer 2023, will arrive on July 14th, putting it slightly ahead of this release date.


Moviegoers had been told to expect Fast and Furious 10 (or whatever they decide to title it) in just a few short months. However, owing to COVID-19-related production delays and slowdowns, the movie’s release date will be delayed.

Filming will begin in January 2022, according to star Vin Diesel, who spoke to Entertainment Weekly. It’s possible that Fast 10 and Fast 11 are just the first two portions of Fast 10.

Fast X’s core cast and speculations of more actors

Because we watched Fast and Furious 9 on opening night, we know exactly who will be returning for Fast and Furious 10. We expect Fast and Furious 10 to feature the largest cast ever, especially since none of our major staff members retired for F9.


Fast X actor Vin Diesel just revealed on Instagram that Captain Marvel actress Brie Larson will join him in the film’s cast.

The Hollywood Reporter then announced the news of the newest Fast & Furious megastar. A source close to the project said that Jason Momoa “is in final discussions to join” as a villain in the film.

Fast & Furious 9’s primary cast has been pared down to the following:

  • Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto
  • Michelle Rodriguez as Letty 
  • Jordana Brewster as Mia Toretto
  • Chris Bridges as Tej
  • Tyrese Gibson as Roman
  • Nathalie Emmanuel as Ramsey
  • Sung Kang as Han
  • Charlize Theron as Cypher
  • Helen Mirren as Queenie
  • John Cena as Jakob Toretto

Cardi B, who portrays new character Leysa, a lady with links to Dom’s past, will also appear in the next season. “We are extremely thrilled to develop her character and to extend it to the climax,” he said at the film’s premiere to ET. Just in time, she made it.”

In case you haven’t heard, I’ve got some awful news. According to Dwayne Johnson’s statement to The Hollywood Reporter, he will not be returning for the next Fast and Furious sequels. Johnson said, “And I wish them the best of luck on Fast 10 and Fast 11 and the rest of the Fast & Furious movies they make that will be without me,” after saying that he chuckled while hearing Vin Diesel’s remarks regarding their version of method acting.

Are there any plans for Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw to return, as hinted at in the Fast and Furious 9 credits scene? This is just as plausible for Hobbs and Shaw 2, which we’ll discuss in detail below.


In response to a question from Digital Spy, Diesel said, “Personally, I would really love to have my pal Michael Caine be a part of the Fast Universe.” Because of his work with him on “The Last Witch Hunter,” he is an integral element of Witch Hunter. You may have to wait until Fast 10 to find out who’s in store for you. “”

In addition to Fast and Furious 10, there will be further sequels.

Yes, members of the Fast clan, F10 is not the last race. According to a Vin Diesel interview with the AP, Fast & Furious 11 has already been confirmed. A lot more automobiles will be included in the sequels to the Fast and Furious franchise, which will be released in two parts similar to Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame.

That being stated, we can be sure that the Fast Saga will not be limited to only 11 episodes. A Hobbs & Shaw 2 is definitely in the works, according to producer Hiram Garcia of Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw.


The whole ensemble agreed in a Sirius XM interview that an all-female Fast Cinematic Universe spin-off is needed. Chris Bridges was the first to bring up the concept in the conference call, and he insisted that Helen Mirren should be a part of it. Eva Mendes, according to Jordana Brewster, might return as well.

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