LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 09: Vin Diesel arrives at the Trailer Launch Of Universal Pictures' "Fast X"  at Regal LA Live on February 09, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Steve Granitz/FilmMagic)
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Fast X Will Have 'Tremendous Casualties,' So Prepare the Coronas
Keep your seatbelts on and your fingers crossed — "Fast X" is blazing into theaters in 2023, and every single member of the cast is at risk of becoming a casualty of war. Shockingly, there haven't been more casualties along the way in this franchise, and since no saga is allowed to conclude without significant emotional gut punches, all that is about to change.
"There's a war brewing," director Louis Leterrier teased during a chat with Empire Magazine. "It's coming to an end, and it is a race to the finish. There will be some tremendous casualties." Casualties will be coming from both sides, but that's no surprise to longtime fans of the films, as side-switching is a certainty in the "Fast and Furious" world.
"People are going to need to take sides," Leterrier warned during his interview. "Alliances will need to be made. Good guys will become bad guys, bad guys will become good guys." Audiences will discover what kinds of internal fights will break out within the sprawling cast when "Fast X" hits theaters on May 9, 2023.