Fast & Furious: a return to basics for the tenth movie? – Movie News

During the podcast “The Town”, the producer of the Fast & Furious saga, Neal Moritz, explained that he would like the latest installments to return “to the place where it all began” and be more realistic.

While each movie in the Fast & Furious franchise is more impressive than the last, series producer Neal H. Moritz announced during the podcast. The city by Matthew Belloni who would like to see the last two installments return”Where everything began“.

The latter explains that after sending Ludacris and Tyrese Gibson into space in Fast & Furious 9, he would like the movies to go back to being smaller.

Bring back some realism

Honestly, I think in the future I would like to make it smaller. And I’d like to start going back to where I started. I think that’s an interesting way forward. I like to do zigzags. I like to try to do something different and I think that’s what the public asks for.”

He adds that he “hopes to bring some realism and make movies less crazy.”

Over the years, feature films have gotten bigger and bigger and the action scenes more and more implausible. Whether it’s the parachute jump, the jump in a car or between the 2 buildings of Fast and Furious 7, the chase on the ice of Fast & Furious 8 or even the space flight of the 9th work, the saga moves further and further away from reality.

On the budget side, if the first film had cost 38 million at Universal, Fast & Furious 9 amounted to more than 200 million dollars.

Fast and Furious 7 scene

During the release of the trailers revealing the spectacular stunts, many netizens are now making fun of them. However, the success is still there since the last play in which Dom (Vin Diesel) faced his brother Jacob (John Cena) raised more than 726 million dollars worldwide.

With the announcement of Jason Momoa and Brie Larson as Fast & Furious 10 cast members, and recent Vin Diesel teasers that promise “very heavyIt is not certain that Neal Moritz’s voice will actually be heard, especially since Diesel is also a producer on the saga alongside director Justin Lin.

Jason Momoa, Brie Larson, Vin Diesel, Charlize Theron, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Jordanna Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Sung Kang and new Suicide Squad recruit Daniela Melchior will star in Fast & Furious 10 in theaters on June 24. May 2023.

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