Fast 9: Vin Diesel on Han’s Return and Return to Space

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Vin Diesel discussed some of the rumors and disclosures surrounding Fast 9, including the reason for Han’s return and the possibility of the franchise going to space. Weekly entertainment, Diesel explained why Han is brought back from the “dead” for the next installment of the billion dollar franchise worldwide after the character was apparently killed in Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift. He explained the importance of his return, referring to Han as an “integral character” in the franchise.“If you remember, he’s kind of responsible for the years that Dom Toretto was gone,” Diesel said, speaking of his character’s connection to Sung Kang’s character in the movies. “He’s the one working with him in Mexico, he’s the only one who knows where Dom is, and in many ways is the bridge for Dom when Dom returns to Tokyo Drift.” Han was part of Fast 6 like the movie was. put before Tokyo Drift. This story revealed that Han was killed by Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw, who looked rather comfortable at Dom’s barbecue at the end of Fast 8. Many fans didn’t like that Shaw got close to the team. given his role in Han’s death, but Diesel has revealed that Fast 9 will revisit a familiar theme, which could help set the record straight.

“So there is something very special and magical about the character of Han,” Diesel explained further, of Han’s return. “When you see the movie you will feel it, but I believe deep down it’s another testament to not only not turning your back on the family, but not abandoning the family. The theme: don’t give up family. “

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It is not known at this point whether the family will reunite on the ground or in outer space, as several of the film’s stars have already hinted at the possibility of the F9 the crew is catapulted into the cosmos. Diesel has not confirmed or denied these reports, although he described director Justin Lin as an innovative filmmaker.

“No spoilers here,” he said, keeping a low profile on the subject. “I will say Justin is one of those directors who think outside the box. I didn’t put anything aside and he will play hard with whatever is plausible to incorporate into the story.”

Had the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) not struck, we would already know whether or not F9 was going to space, as the film was originally scheduled to release on May 22 of last year. However, it was postponed to May 2021 as a result of the pandemic. F9 isn’t the only Fast and Furious delay in the wake of the pandemic because Fast & Furious Crossroads has been delayed as well as.

Adele Ankers is a freelance entertainment journalist. You can reach her on Twitter.


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