Fast and Furious chief Into Space in Bosslogic Fan Art as F9 Rumors Heat Up

In the opinion Fast and Furious in space has been in talks for more than a decade. Bosslogic has decided to make it a reality in his latest art of the poster.

Fast and Furious chief Into Space
Fast and Furious chief Into Space in Bosslogic Fan Art as F9 Rumors Heat Up

A few days ago, the star of the franchise Fast and Furious Michelle Rodriguez apparently confirmed that the share of next year in the series, entitled F9 will feature action scenes set in space. Since then, Fast and Furious chief Into Space has been a hotbed, and now popular fanart and digital BossLogic creative artist has taken to Twitter to imagine a space-themed poster for F9.

The piece shows fanart Torreto Dominic, played by Vin Diesel, standing by his car while looking up at a space shuttle rises. While fans had much time joked that the only way that the Fast and Furious franchise up his own stunts that defy physics was about to enter the space, nobody thought that the series would be implemented.

Then earlier this year, long-term member of Ludacris series intimated a space tour could be even cards Dom and his team of brokers professionals become friction thieves agents of the government again. When asked about Rodriguez suggestions his co-star, actress seemed to confirm that the information was true, and it was meant to be a surprise:

Oh, no way. How do you find out? See what happens? People start talking behind the scenes, man. When a movie does not come out and forget about it, things get out. No one was supposed to know … Oh, well, no, I’m not, I’m not, I have not fortunate enough space success.

Once admission Rodriguez gained strength in social networks, Seth Rogen also intervened in the debate and revealed that he had spoken to the producers of the franchise a decade ago, and even then, they knew the films come into space sometime.

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Interestingly, next Vin Diesel Fast and Furious: Space Edition somewhat steals the thunder from another action film icon Tom Cruise, who also announced earlier this year that will make a series of films in space. The difference is while the space scenes most likely F9 is that they have filmed using green screens, Cruise actually carry crew to the space to shoot his film in a zero gravity environment with the help of Elon Musk and NASA.

Even apart from the thrill of seeing the team Dom garbage in space, picking fights with strangers, and friction on the moon, the fans are waiting for F9 for a number of reasons.

The film will see the return of the character of Han, who was killed off in a previous game by Deckard Shaw.

John Cena also enter into the franchise with F9 as the estranged younger brother Dom that the apparently carried out a vendetta against the entire Fast and Furious team of heroes. Charlize Theron his role as the villain encryption, the only female main antagonist in the series so far, will also be repeated once forced Sun to turn against his family for the fate of all gas.

Directed by Justin Lin, Vin Diesel has F9, John Cena, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel and Sung Kang, with Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron and Cardi B. The film reaches cinemas April 2, 2021.