Fast & Furious Franchise’s Biggest Cast Unites For Another Ride

A new Fast X poster shows off the franchise’s biggest cast of characters yet. The mainline Fast & Furious franchise is set to receive an epic two-part finale, with the penultimate entry officially titled Fast X and racing into theaters this spring. With Fast X‘s highly-anticipated debut speeding up, the marketing campaign has kicked into high gear, with the super-sized Fast X trailer released last month.

Now, the high-octane franchise is continuing to build hype for its latest installment with a new Fast X poster, which can be seen below:


Shared by The Fast Saga on Twitter, the poster shows the Fast & Furious franchise’s biggest cast yet uniting for another ride, captioned with an expected tagline, “In the end, family is all that matters.” The famous Christ the Redeemer statue can be seen in the background of the poster, revealing that Fast X will return to Rio de Janeiro where Fast Five‘s heist took place, which Fast X will be revisiting and retconning via flashbacks.

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Every New & Returning Character On The Fast X Poster

Vin Diesel as Dom in Fast X.

The Fast X cast is led once again by Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto, who will be joined by fellow regulars like Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez), Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Tej (Ludacris), Mia (Jordana Brewster), Han (Sung Kang), Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel), and Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham). John Cena’s Jakob, who was introduced in F9 as Dom’s brother and functioned as the main villain, will return in Fast X as an apparent ally. Charlize Theron’s villainous Cipher is also back once again and this time, she has found a new formidable ally.

Fast X‘s most anticipated new characters include Aquaman‘s Jason Momoa as Dante, the son of Hernan Reyes who is back for revenge, and Captain Marvel‘s Brie Larson as Tess, a rogue representative of Mr. Nobody’s agency. Other new characters present on the poster are The Suicide Squad‘s Daniela Melchior, who plays a Brazilian street racer, and Reacher‘s Alan Ritchson as Agent Aimes, the new leader of Mr. Nobody’s agency. Normally, a franchise film would struggle juggling a cast this large, though Fast & Furious has had success with it in the past, and with an appropriately long runtime, Fast X should be able to do each individual character justice.

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Source: The Fast Saga/Twitter

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