It’s definite: the next Fast & Furious adventure will be a two-parter to bring the main series to the finish line.

Not wishing to go spoiler-y, but there’s a sequence towards the end of this year’s Fast & Furious 9 that suggested ideas for just where to take the driving cars speedily franchise were in lesser supply. That said, the creatives in the promotion of that movie that the franchise was heading to an endpoint. That the next films in the series would be the last.

Director Justin Lin, who returned to the films with the ninth movie (having previously helmed chapters three to six) has now confirmed in an interview with Collider just what the idea is. That there’ll be two more movies, but effectively going all Harry Potter and splitting the last story into two.

“The idea of the last chapter being two films is correct” he said. Confirming his gratitude at being able to do two more films, he added that “every day when I wake up, I’m trying to reconfigure and make sure hopefully whatever we’re talking about process wise is going to yield the best result. But I think having one chapter in two movies is correct. That’s where I sit today”.

Don’t be surprised therefore if we get a cliffhanger or something like that. Furthermore, few of us believe that when Fast & Furious 10 Part II lands in a few years’ time, that’ll be that. Expect more spin-offs and such like, and more cars going at quite a speed.

More as we hear it.


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