A new fan poster for Fast & Furious 9 places Vin Diesel’s Dom Toretto in the path of a space shuttle, triggering the film’s foray into space. The long-running franchise, which began in 2001 with the first film, a loose remake of Keanu Reeves Point Blank, has grown into one of the largest and most successful film properties on the planet. The franchise even survived the untimely passing of Paul Walker, one of the original stars, in 2013, and has even expanded into spin-offs, with Hobbs and Shaw from last year and its upcoming sequel.
The ninth entry in the main series, officially titled F9, was initially scheduled to hit theaters this summer, but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The film will feature the majority of the cast from the franchise, including Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson and Ludacris. Additionally, Charlize Theron will once again play Cipher, her villain from The Fate of the Furious, while John Cena will join the cast as Dom’s never-before-seen brother Jakob. Rodriguez, one of the original stars of the franchise, has confirmed that the rumors that the team will go to space in the film are real, making the Fast and Furious franchise officially the craziest action film series in the world. history.
Now digital artist Boss Logic has released his take on what it might look like, creating a daring and atmospheric fan poster for F9. The poster would fit in perfectly with the official posters for the franchise, as it features Dom standing next to his car, looking at a space shuttle with clouds piling up in the sky behind. The title: “Destination – Space”. You can see the art below.
It is not yet known how the Fast and Furious family will make it into space, other than Rodriguez saying that she is not one of the people who traverse the atmosphere of earth, but the fan poster above provides an idea of how she could do it. F9. that. There’s no denying that it would be entirely appropriate within the hyped franchise for Dom and her team to accelerate a shuttle launch and somehow take control of a shuttle and be sent into space.