Fast and Furious franchise to stop at 10th film
Fast and Furious producers have confirmed that the popular franchise will end with the 10th film.
Following the death of Paul Walker, many fans were convinced that that would be the end of the Fast and Furious franchise.
But the producers of the film had other plans and instead, made the seventh film, which was being shot at the time of Walker's death, a tribute to the late actor.
Many fans thought this would be the end, but then the producers announced that Fast 8 was already making its way to the cinemas.
Speaking to Collider, producer Neal Moritz confirmed that the franchise will end with the tenth film.
Moritz said that they already know how the franchise will end but they are currently still trying to figure out the "in-betweens".
"We have some big themes and things we’re talking about, we’re just not there in terms of where exactly we’re gonna go yet. We kind of have the ending point of the franchise, but we don’t know the in-betweens yet," he said.
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