Vin Diesel Teases F9 Director’s Cut


F9 is getting a Director’s Cut, which will feature seven minutes of new footage. Franchise star Vin Diesel recently teased the upcoming F9 Director’s Cut.

Diesel revealed that the Director’s Cut will have even more “Fast DNA.” The new footage will focus on “a deepened sibling rivalry between Dom and Jakob, more of Dom’s evolution as a father, a never-before-seen-flashback featuring some of the franchise’s most beloved characters, extended sequences featuring Tej and Roman, an additional Cardi B appearance, and an expanded action climax featuring the infamous Armadillo tank.” The F9 Director’s Cut will also feature bonus content including a gag reel, the making of the movie, and a deep dive into the cars of F9, which will be hosted by John Cena. F9 Director’s Cut releases digitally on September 7 and the 4K UHD and Blu-ray versions will release on September 21.

F9 had released internationally back in May 2021, but it wasn’t released in India at the time as theaters were shut down due to the second wave on COVID-19. The movie released in Indian theaters earlier this month as several state governments have allowed theaters to reopen.

Fast and Furious 10 will be the final movie in the Fast saga and it will be split into two parts. Fast and Furious 10 Parts 1 and 2 will begin filming in January 2022. Diesel has recently said, “I’m doing Fast 10 Part 1 and Part 2, the finale of the saga, in January.” Details about the plot and additional cast of the movies aren’t revealed yet. Fast 10 Part 1 is set to release in April 2023.

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