Justin Lin calls them “a chapter in two movies”

Justin linhas a lot to celebrate and enjoy right now with the success of F9: The quick saga, but you know how it goes with these huge movie franchises; we can’t help but be a little greedy and look to the future! It was recently announced that the next installment in the main saga, Fast and Furious 10, will be released in theaters in spring 2023, with Diesel wine revealing that filming will begin in January 2022.

While we don’t have a release date for the final film, Fast and Furious 11,Tyrese Gibson revealed that the plan is to turn those last two installments back to back. While I’d like to bet that Lin and the folks at Universal know what they’re doing with this hugely successful franchise, filming two massive blockbusters one after the other is bound to be a marathon for Lin and the Fast family.

While celebrating the digital and Blu-ray release of the F9 Director’s cut, I had the chance to catch up with Lin and ask him about the potential challenges that could come with the shoot. Fast 10 and 11 back to back. He started:

“There is an ambition of what we want to do and there are also real world issues that we face. But I feel like, for me, I don’t want to be greedy. I want to do what’s best for the process.


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Lin also took a moment to stress the importance of the story structure they roll with for these final two films. Fast and Furious 10 and 11 will not be two separate stories, but rather a chapter told over the course of two films. Here’s how Lin put it:

“The idea that the last chapter is two films is correct. I have to say I’m so happy – because I think when I first walked into this franchise there was no sequel. You had to earn it, you know? And so sitting here talking to you and like, “Oh yeah, there’s gonna be two more movies!” I’m like, ‘Wow.’ It means a lot. So every day when I wake up I try to reconfigure and make sure that whatever we are talking about in terms of process will give the best result. But I think having a chapter in two movies is okay. This is where I am sitting today.


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Looking for even more Lin? Be sure to check out our full discussion at the top of this article to learn more about his priorities when crafting a director’s cut, and also his attention to detail as a creator. The F9 Director’s cut will be available in digital, Blu-ray and 4K UHD on September 21.

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