Fast and Furious 8 – Film

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Fast and Furious 8 Film DetailsĀ 

The Fate of the FuriousĀ (also known asĀ Fast & Furious 8Ā internationally) is a 2017 AmericanĀ action filmĀ directed byĀ F. Gary GrayĀ and written byĀ Chris Morgan. It is the sequel toĀ Furious 7Ā (2015) and the eighth installment in theĀ Fast & FuriousĀ franchise. The film starsĀ Vin DieselĀ asĀ Dominic Toretto, alongsideĀ Dwayne Johnson,Ā Jason Statham,Ā Michelle Rodriguez,Ā Tyrese Gibson,Ā Chris “Ludacris” Bridges,Ā Scott Eastwood,Ā Nathalie Emmanuel,Ā Elsa Pataky,Ā Kurt Russell, andĀ Charlize Theron. In the film, Dom has settled down with his wifeĀ Letty Ortiz, untilĀ cyberterroristĀ Cipher (Theron) coerces him into working for her and turns him against his team, forcing them to find Dom and take down Cipher.

The eighth installment was planned since 2014, and plot details were first announced in March 2015 when Diesel appeared onĀ Jimmy Kimmel Live!Ā and announced that the film would be set in New York City. Preparations for the film began immediately before the release ofĀ Furious 7, with Diesel, Morgan, and producerĀ Neal H. MoritzĀ re-signing. After setting an initial release date in that same month, casting took place between April and June. In October, Gray was announced to direct the film in the place ofĀ James Wan, who had directed the previous installment. ComposerĀ Brian Tyler, who had scored the third, fourth, fifth, and seventh installments, returned to compose the score.

Principal photographyĀ began in March 2016 in locations such as MĆ½vatn, Havana, Atlanta, Cleveland, and New York City, continuing the franchise’s tradition of filming around the world. With an estimated production budget of up to $270 million, it isĀ one of the most expensive films ever made. This is the first film in the series sinceĀ The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo DriftĀ (2006) not to starĀ Paul WalkerĀ asĀ Brian O’Conner, following his death in November 2013.

The Fate of the FuriousĀ premiered in Berlin on April 4, 2017, and was theatrically released in the United States on April 14, byĀ Universal Pictures. It received mixed to positive reviews from critics, with praise for the performances of the cast and action sequences but criticism for the storyline. The film was a box office success, grossing over $1.2Ā billion worldwide, making it the nineteenth film (and the second in the franchise, afterĀ Furious 7) to gross over $1Ā billion, theĀ third-highest-grossing film of 2017, and theĀ eleventh highest-grossing film of all time at the time. It also grossed $541.9Ā million worldwide during its opening weekend, which made it theĀ highest-grossing worldwide opening of all timeĀ until the release ofĀ Avengers: Infinity WarĀ (2018). The sequel,Ā F9, was released in June 2021.

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In November 2014,Ā Universal PicturesĀ chairwomanĀ Donna LangleyĀ toldĀ The Hollywood ReporterĀ that there would be at least three more films in the franchise afterĀ Furious 7Ā (2015). In April 2015,Ā Vin DieselĀ stated that the possible sequel that “Paul WalkerĀ used to say that [an eighth film] was guaranteed. And in some ways, when your brother guarantees something, you sometimes feel like you have to make sure it comes to pass.”

Diesel further hinted at an eighth film onĀ Jimmy Kimmel Live!Ā when he stated thatĀ Kurt Russell’s character would span multiple films. He also stated that the next film would take place in New York City.Ā Chris MorganĀ returned to write his sixth script in the franchise, whileĀ Neal H. MoritzĀ returned to produce. Moritz later stated, “[The story] is going to have to be something enticing for all of us. It has to be as good as or better [thanĀ Furious 7]”.

At the 2015Ā CinemaConĀ in Las Vegas, Diesel announced the film for an April 14, 2017 release date. In August, at theĀ 2015 Teen Choice AwardsĀ (whereĀ Furious 7Ā received the award forĀ Choice Movie ā€“ ActionĀ and Walker received the award for Choice Movie Actor ā€“ Action), Diesel gave the film the initial titleĀ Fast 8. In September, Diesel stated that the script had almost been completed, and expressed interest inĀ Rob Cohen, who directed theĀ first film, to direct the eighth installment.Ā Furious 7Ā directorĀ James WanĀ was originally contractually hired to direct the eighth andĀ ninthĀ films in the series, but the studio let him go after he told them about his wishes to makeĀ a sequelĀ to his previous horror filmĀ The ConjuringĀ (2013). The studio went back to offer Wan directing the film afterĀ Justin Lin, who directed the film series sinceĀ The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo DriftĀ (2006) toĀ Fast & Furious 6Ā (2013), chose to directĀ Star Trek Beyond (2016) over returning to the series, but Wan firmly declined due to the seventh film’s demanding production impacting on his health. In October, Diesel announced onĀ The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonĀ thatĀ Straight Outta ComptonĀ (2015) directorĀ F. Gary GrayĀ would direct the film.

In July, Moritz said that Walker’s character, Brian O’Conner, would not appear in the film, following the use ofĀ CGIĀ in the previous film after Walker died in aĀ single-vehicle accidentĀ in November 2013, with Moritz stating that his character had “moved on”. It had previously been reported that Paul’s younger brother,Ā Cody Walker, would either join the cast in a new role, or replace his older brother in the role of O’Conner; however, it was later announced that the character will not return to the franchise. Moritz also said that the film would shift the focus of the franchise from a series ofĀ heist filmsĀ to aĀ spy caper, following a similar change in focus fromĀ street racingĀ inĀ Fast FiveĀ (2011). In December 2016, the film was retitledĀ The Fate of the Furious.


  • Vin DieselĀ asĀ Dominic Toretto: A former criminal, professional street racer and millionaire who has retired and settled down with his wife, Letty.
  • Dwayne JohnsonĀ asĀ Luke Hobbs: A formerĀ DSSĀ agent who allied with Dom and his team following their outings in Rio de Janeiro and Europe.
  • Jason StathamĀ asĀ Deckard Shaw: A former special forces soldier and intelligence agent who was imprisoned by Hobbs and the DSS after his defeat in Los Angeles, who serves as an ally to help Dom’s team take down Cipher.
  • Michelle RodriguezĀ asĀ Letty Ortiz: A former professional street racer, married to Dom and the stepmother of Brian Marcos.
  • Tyrese GibsonĀ asĀ Roman Pearce: A former criminal from Barstow and a member of Dom’s team.
  • Chris “Ludacris” BridgesĀ asĀ Tej Parker: A mechanic from Miami and a member of Dom’s team.
  • Scott EastwoodĀ as Little Nobody: A law enforcement agent working under Mr. Nobody.
  • Nathalie EmmanuelĀ as Ramsey: A British computerĀ hacktivistĀ and a member of Dom’s team.
  • Elsa PatakyĀ as Elena Neves: The biological mother of Brian Marcos and a former Rio de Janeiro police officer who moved to the United States to become Hobbs’ new partner at the DSS.
  • Kurt RussellĀ as Mr. Nobody: An intelligence operative and the leader of a covert ops team which previously aided Dom and his team in taking down Deckard in Abu Dhabi.
  • Charlize TheronĀ as Cipher: A criminal mastermind andĀ cyberterroristĀ who coerces Dom into working against his team by holding Elena and their son hostage.
  • Kristofer HivjuĀ as Connor Rhodes: Cipher’s right-hand man and second-in-command.


April 12, 2017



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