With a theatrical release set for on May 19, 2023 around the world, the marketing campaign that Universal Pictures has designed for the tenth installment of the saga Fast and Furioustitled Fast X, he continues to indulge the fandom by releasing a couple of promotional posters.
These offer new glimpses into Dom (Vin Diesel), and newcomers to the saga: Jason Momoa playing the villain Dante, who was previously revealed to be the son of drug lord Hernan Reyes, the man who in Fast Five (2011) was thwarted of his crimes by Dom, Brian (Paul Walker) and company, in the robbery of a bank’s money vault. Dante has spent twelve years planning his revenge, since Brie Larson (Captain Marvel) who is rumored to be playing Brian’s sister.
The posters are found at the end of the note.
The cast is made up of Diesel, Momoa, Larson, and the returns of Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Sung Kang, John Cena, Jason Statham, and the Oscar winners Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron as the villainous Cipher, and Rita Moreno (West Side Story).
“Dante’s plan will scatter Dom’s family from Los Angeles to the catacombs of Rome, from Brazil to London and from Portugal to Antarctica. New allies will be forged and old enemies resurface. But everything changes when Dom discovers that his own son The 8-year-old is the ultimate goal of Dante’s revenge.”
The tenth installment of the franchise is directed by Louis Leterrierwho takes the baton of direction after the director and producer Justin Lin, left the project due to creative differences. Leterrier has directed feature films such as The Transporter and its sequel, The Incredible Hulk (2008), Clash of the Titans (2010), y Now You See Mee (2013). More recently, she directed some episodes of the series Lupin. The script was co-written by Lin and Dan Mazeau.
EYE TO THE DATA:
- The filming made it the most expensive installment of the franchise, reaching a budget of approximately $340 million dollars, 70% more expensive than the previous installment, F9: The Fast Saga (2021).
- The film saga is the highest grossing of the study, accumulating in the global box office more than $6,600 million dollars.
New posters (via Total Film):