F9 — the following Fast and Furious film — got another trailer at the Super Bowl, with the studio Universal Pictures apparently clutching the expectation that it can in any case deliver the film on May 28 around the world. Simultaneously, Universal is being realistic about the way that a postponement is likely given the current speed of COVID-19 inoculations around the world. That is the reason the new F9 trailer doesn’t end with said delivery date, however “in theaters soon.” Will “soon” be this year — or could F9 wind up being pushed to 2022 if the pandemic proceeds as it has?
The 30-second TV spot for the following Fast and Furious film opens with a family get-together in the Toretto garden, where everybody is apparently present: Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez), Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson), Tej Parker (Ludacris), Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster), Megan Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel), Sean Boswell (Lucas Black), and — by one way or another — Han Lue (Sung Kang), who passed on in the event that you’ll review in Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift.
Dom lays the voiceover for the new F9 trailer: “The world has a method of evolving. In any case, there’s one thing that consistently remains the equivalent.” Wait, let me surmise, the appropriate response is family, correct? Shockingly, no. Dom adds: “You miss the previous lifestyle.” Letty asks face to face: “Isn’t that right?” to which he answers: “Each day.” There you go, the story defense for F9 has been set up. Would we be able to continue ahead with the activity as of now?
The F9 trailer obliges as though on signal, highlighting hustling vehicles, an irritated Jakob Torreto (John Cena) — that is Dom’s tragically missing sibling — squad cars flipping over, and a hypercar making a J-turn. The driver? A giggling Magdalene Shaw (Helen Mirren). Somewhere else, the returning lowlife Cipher (Charlize Theron) is winking. In the wildernesses elsewhere, Letty is doing acrobatic on motorbikes, and a structure comes slamming down altogether somewhere else.
Notwithstanding Diesel, Rodriguez, Gibson, Ludacris, Brewster, Emmanuel, Black, Kang, Cena, Mirren, and Theron, F9 likewise stars Bow Wow as Twinkie, Jason Tobin as Earl Hu, Cardi B as Leysa, Anna Sawai as Elle, Michael Rooker as Buddy, Finn Cole, Vinnie Bennett, Ozuna, and Francis Ngannou. Justin Lin — the chief on Fast Five — returns in charge for F9, working off a content he co-composed with Daniel Casey.
F9 is presently scheduled to open May 28 in films around the world, yet that appears to be improbable.
Also, in what is one more physical science resisting stunt that is currently normal for the Fast and Furious establishment, a vehicle dispatches itself sideways through a café and into a truck on an equal street. Letty shouts “Yesss!” in an alternate shot, representing everybody watching the new F9 trailer.