Fast and furious 9 brings back the Tokyo Drifters with a bang. What more does the F&F franchise have in store?
The 9th chapter of the Fast and Furious saga is set to hit the theatres on May 22. Fast and furious franchise has just dropped a massive bomb. The trailer for its 9th part is out and shockingly insane. Missed Han Lue? Well, you won’t anymore. After having been killed in the post-credit scene of the 7th installment, Sung Kang, who plays the role of Han Lue, is seen at the end of the latest trailer. Also the latest rumours suggest that Justin Bieber may have a key role in Fast and Furious 9. But the point is if it’s true?
Justin Lin is back!
The movie is all set to be released on May 22, 2020. Director Justin Lin talked about Han Lue’s return with EW, “In this world, I feel like things happen for a reason. I won’t go into details or anything, but I do think that bringing him back is nothing I take lightly — and it took a lot — but I think what I appreciate is that this universe has really grown and it allows us to evolve and really kind of redefine ourselves as we go.”
You Can Definitely See Him
Guess, the drama quotient just shot up, isn’t it? If that wasn’t enough to blow the minds of viewers, you will REALLY SEE John Cena play the role of Vin Diesel’s brother in this one. However, there’s going to be a lot more than car thefts and money heists in the upcoming instalment of Fast and Furious.
Now that Dominic (Vin) is well settled and content with his family life, enters Jakob (John Cena). Here’s where things get interesting. Jacob is hired by the antagonist of the movie Cipher (Charlize Theron) to assassinate Dominik. Well, this means war and ain’t no war complete without the thrill of cars on fire. Not literally, though.
Bringing Back The Vibes:
Fast and furious 9 promises insane action sequences and surprisingly brings back two other major characters from “Tokyo Drift”. I’m calling this a reunion. Amidst the very Tokyo Drift vibes, let’s just say, the face-off between Vin and Jakob is going to be the highlight of the movie.
“It’s been a long day without you, my friend. And I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again.” cried Vin for Paul Walker back in the days. Of course, we miss him. We miss him terribly. There can never be a Brian O’Conner like the one late Paul Walker played. However, rumours had it in 2015 that Justin Bieber would be playing the role of Brian O’Conner. What if he really was in Fast and Furious 9? Only now, he would replace Han instead of Brian. Can you imagine Bieber playing with Tokyo drift vibes and racing cars on a money heist? I’d say, he should be bulking right away! After all, no one can easily fill Han’s shoes.
Top secret? If Justin Bieber will be there in Fast and Furious 9 is not something that I would secretly expect.