Vin Diesel confirms the female-led spin-off ‘Fast and Furious

Vin Diesel has confirmed that a female-led Fast and Furious spin-off is in development and will premiere after the “finale” of the franchise.

The 54-year-old actor, who plays Dominic Toretto in the fast-paced series, also admitted there are other spin-offs in the works.

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Vin Diesel

“I started developing a  female Fast and Furious spinoff  … in 2017 along with other spinoffs,” Vin Diesel told Variety .

The sooner I release the final part, the sooner I can release all the spin-offs.”

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Last October, Universal Pictures director Donna Langley admitted she hoped to make a Fast and Furious spin-off with a female lead.

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Scene from the movie “Fast X”

In an interview with Business Insider , Donna said: “I would love to see a female lead in the Fast franchise .

Vin is the same. We have so many amazing female characters in the  Fast and Furious franchise  and now there is the new addition of Brie Larson to add to this incredible list. 

I’d love to see us do a female Fast movie.”

Several former Fast and Furious actors also star in the “spinoff” film, with stars such as Jordana Brewster, Michelle Rodriguez, Nathalie Emmanuel and Dame Helen Mirren all appearing in the long-running series.

Appearing at a SiriusXM Town Hall to promote the release of F9 , Brewster – who first appeared as Mia Toretto in the original 2001 film – said: “It’s amazing. I’ve heard the news”

Emmanuel admitted in 2022 she “asked” to do a spin-off with a female lead.

The Game of Thrones actress told Digital Spy : “We’re looking to bring everyone back and make a Fast movie about a woman. It’s the Fast spin-off that I wanted, that I asked for!” .

After being released on May 19, Fast X reached nearly 320 million USD last weekend, including 67.3 million USD in the North American market.

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According to analysts, the film’s opening revenue was lower than expected in the US but had a good effect in the international market.

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