The Fast and Furious franchise is set to end after its 11th film

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The infamous Fast and Furious film series will end after its 11th film. Justin Lin will direct the 10th and 11th Fast and Furious films and has announced that they will be the final in the series. However, fans of Fast and Furious can breathe a sigh of relief, because even after the movies are over, the characters will not. The 11th film will not be the last we see as the characters as many spin-offs will be under development.

Fast and Furious (Source: Instagram | @paulwalker)

Fast and Furious revolved around groups of people involved in all kinds of illegal activities such as robbery, heirs and espionage. They were all daredevils who were crazy about cars, and fired them in ways that defined all laws of physics. These action films got fast, gritty, addictive and won over the hearts of millions of people worldwide.

The Fast and the Furious, which was the franchise’s first film, released in 2001. It starred alongside many others including Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez and Jordan Brewster. The dynamic duo of Brian O’Connor (played by Diesel) and Dominic Toretto (played by Walker) was one of Hollywood’s best films. Sadly, it ended after 7 films when Walker died in a car accident. The following Fast and Furious films were unbelievable, but Walker’s presence was really missed. The See You Again moment at the end of Furious 7, where Bryan and Dom’s cars move in different directions was definitely an extremely emotional moment and melted the coldest of hearts

The Fast and Furious franchise features television shows, short films, and even a feature film called Fast and Furious Present: Hobbs and Shaw, which focuses on characters played by Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.

Fast and Furious has had a great performance for twenty years, and it will be heartbreaking to see it come to an end. But, if films have taught us one thing, it is that, never say never. We can’t wait to see what else is there for us. This may be the end of an era, but it is also going to be the beginning of a new one.