F9’s Ending & Other Information


F9 Updates: The Fast & Furious franchise is back with a new film, and here’s what occurred at the conclusion of F9 and how the brand’s future films will be set up. Due to COVID-19, Fast & Furious finally enters theatres after a year of delay and was intended to be released in 2020.

Fans of the franchise are excited for a number of reasons, including the return of Sung Kang’s Han and the reality behind the revelation that Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) has a hidden sibling.

F9 follows Dom and his crew a few years after the events of The Fate of the Furious. It is directed by Justin Lin. Dom and Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) are raising Dom’s son Brian in the country and attempting to live a tranquil life.

When Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Tej (Ludacris), and Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel) come with a mission from Mr. Nobody, everything changes (Kurt Russell). Dom’s brother Jakob (John Cena) conspired with Mr. Nobody to abduct Cipher (Charlize Theron) in order to get Project Ares, a device that has the ability to control every electronic device on the earth.

This expedition results in the return of Han, the creation of tremendously powerful vehicle magnets, and the expansion of the Fast & Furious series into space. The crew successfully stops Project Ares from launching at the end of F9, establishing a narrative for where the series will go next.

Fast & Furious 10 and Fast & Furious 11, which will serve as a two-part climax to the main series, have already been revealed by Universal. There are lots of hints regarding where the Fast & Furious franchise is headed next as it nears its conclusion based on the finale of Fast & Furious 9.


F9 Jakob Torretto Fled – And May Return:

Dom appears to forgive Jakob and offer them a lease on his new life when the job is completed. Then, as a second chance, Dom gives Jakob the keys to a 10-second vehicle, which was a homage to what Brain O’Connor did for Dom at the conclusion of Fast and Furious.

Jakob drives away after receiving a hug from Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster) and is on the run owing to his participation in the previous events. Even if Jakob doesn’t stop for supper at the end of F9, it’s evident that he’s on his way to redemption.

He’ll most likely appear in Fast & Furious 10 and 11, with Cena aiming for a crossover with Dwayne Johnson’s Luke Hobbs as well.

Cipher All Set As Villain For Fast & Furious 10

The finale of Fast & Furious 9 establishes Cipher as the major villain of Fast & Furious 10 and potentially beyond. In The Fate of the Furious, the manipulative and brilliant hacker was the major antagonist, yet she managed to flee and survive. Cipher’s reappearance posed a threat to Jakob.

She was primarily locked up in a confinement cell in the movie, attempting to persuade her business partner, and she was successful in the end. She did everything she could after she gained control of the operation to prevent Dom, his team, and Jakob from halting Project Ares upload. She uses a drone to try to murder them even after they successfully stop her worldwide takeover plot.

Dom, on the other hand, is able to destroy the drone while keeping himself and his family unharmed. Cipher must be frustrated after losing to Dom and his team for the second time, and she’ll be even more motivated to win this time.

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Justin Lin appears to be planning a rematch as part of the Fast & Furious 10 plot. It’ll be fascinating to see who Cipher teams up with and what her next strategy is. Connecting Cipher’s tale to Eton, the technologically advanced terrorist gang from Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, might be one approach to boost Cipher’s resources.

Brian O’Connor Still Hangs Out With Family

Following Paul Walker’s death during the filming of Furious 7, the Fast & Furious series struggled to decide what to do with Brian O’Connor. Walker received a heartfelt homage on the big screen as a result of the film, which kept him alive. F9 affirms Brian’s existence and his decision to become a parent but goes one step further. According to the film, he is the one who is responsible for his and Mia’s children while she is involved in the search for Jakob.

The movie hints Brian still hanging out with Dom and the crew at the end of F9. His blue Skyline drives up to the Toretto’s previous home’s driveway. Before Brian appears on screen and takes his seat at the table next to Mia, the movie goes to the credits, but the suggestion is crucial.

Instead of continuing to reference Brian and hinting at what he’s up to, the finale of Fast & Furious 9 might be setting up how Brian will appear in Fast & Furious 10 and Fast & Furious 11. After Walker’s death, some affiliated with the franchise have indicated that Brian may return utilizing procedures similar to those used in Furious 7 to finish his job.

Walker’s brothers are wanting to reprise their roles as O’Connor, so F9 verifying that Brian is still hanging out with the family might pave the way for future appearances.

F9 Post-Credits Scene: Han Gets Justice On Deckard Shaw

F9’s post-credits sequence teases fans with an enticing preview about the #JusticeForHan campaign. Jason Statham reprises his role as Deckard Shaw in this clip, as he trains his fighting on a human punching bag.

When someone knocks on his door, he has to come to a halt, and Deckard is surprised to discover Han alive and standing there when he opens it.

F9’s post-credits sequence teases a future scenario in which Han seeks vengeance on Deckard for attempting to kill him.

Han was supposed to die in Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift, but the franchise adjusted the history so that he could return in prequels. At the conclusion of Fast & Furious 6, it was revealed that Deckard Shaw murdered him in retaliation for what Dom and his gang had done to Owen Shaw.

This was meant to be the conclusion of Han’s journey, but after seeing Deckard’s redemption storey in The Fate of the Furious, fans demanded #JusticeForHan from the franchise. One of the reasons director Justin Lin wants to return to the franchise is to tell this narrative, and F9’s post-credits scene spells exactly how he will do it.

It’s unclear if the post-credits sequence from Fast & Furious 9 will be resolved in Fast & Furious 10 or in another film, although it’s most likely in the next chapter in the main franchise. It’ll be fascinating to see what Lin does with Deckard Shaw’s character since F9 revealed Mr. Nobody aided fake Han’s death.

The characters might help viewers accept Deckard’s more heroic role in the Fast & Furious franchise by reconciling previous occurrences.

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