New Fast X Trailer Ominously Warns That Not All Races Can Be Won

New Fast X Trailer Ominously Warns That Not All Races Can Be Won

Not all races can be won. That is what the latest Fast X trailer promises as tickets go on sale for the penultimate movie in the Fast & Furious franchise. For those who just can’t wait to see more of the upcoming movie, then you are in luck because by the end of the trailer it almost feels like there is not much left for the movie’s release itself to deliver.

The new trailer boasts plenty of cars, crashes, explosions and big helping of Jason Momoa’s bombastic villain. If you think you can take the thrills, then check out the trailer below.

Fast X is being billed as the beginning of the end for the long-running franchise, which will see the main storyline of the franchise come closer to a conclusion. That means there are mo certainties that all fan-favorite characters will survive the ride, and with the movie set to go out on a huge cliff-hanger that will leave audiences desperate for the eleventh movie’s arrival.


The movie is not short on big names from the franchise, with one of the most comprehensive rosters of stars making their way back behind the wheel for what is promising to be the most thrilling movie of the series so far. The cast includes Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jordana Brewster, Sung Kang, Jason Statham, John Cena and Scott Eastwood, with Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron, Brie Larson and Jason Momoa.

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Fast 11 Will Bring Back Director Louis Leterrier For One Last Ride

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Although he arrived late in the day to helm Fast X following the departure of Justin Lin, Louis Leterrier has stepped up the challenge and seemingly delivered one of the biggest movies of the Fast & Furious franchise. Now it looks like Leterrier will be seeing through the story to the end after being announced as director for the eleventh film which is set to start filming soon.

“Louis joined the ‘Fast & Furious’ team seamlessly, with an innate understanding of the franchise that is stronger than ever after two decades. Under his direction, ‘Fast X’ is a high intensity thriller with all the spectacular action, emotion, and twists that the fans have come to expect – and then some,” Universal Pictures president Peter Cramer said of Leterrier sticking around for more. “We are thrilled that he will continue to work his magic in the director’s chair.”

Although Fast X and Fast 11 is said to be the end of the road for Vin Diesel’s Dom, it is not expected to be the end of the franchise with several spin-off movies reportedly being considered. There are certainly plenty of characters within the franchise who could carry on the Fast & Furious name for years to come, and if this year’s movie becomes the box office smash it is predicted to be, then it will surly not be long before some of those spin-offs become official.

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