Yesterday, Vin Diesel revealed the title and logo for the tenth and final episode of Fast Franchise and hinted that day one of production has begun. Simply called Fast X, many people commented on the post, but one comment, in particular, reached.
Vin Diesel and he started posting rather sentimental messages that seemed to suggest he agreed with the assessment.
An Instagram user by the name of @the_hippie_gunner left a comment on this Fast X post saying, "@vindiesel I know my opinion doesn't matter, but I think a lot of us would like a classic movie for last the first one was a classic i followed your work since i was a kid i used to imitate riddick i used to do your restaurant scene in xXx a classic movie like the first one would complete Fast & Furious I'm sure it'll be a lot of fun but I want to see Vin at the end of Multifacial talking about his dad it's the same Vin Dom talks about his dad with Brian for the loader it's always You man, you brought nothing. For love and it shows, you got it. Peace. – Your Fan, 7, now 26.” You can see Vin Diesel highlight the comment below!
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The comment clearly reached Diesel as he posted two posts in reference to the user's comment. The first one said, "Your opinion is important", but didn't label it correctly, then followed with a new message that simply said, "Give me a second to think...", which correctly labeled the user. The actor then posted two more Instagram posts detailing the importance of fan opinion. In a since-deleted post, he outlines how he asked his Facebook fans in 2010 who he should work with and when they said The Rock, he did. The role of Hobbs was originally intended for Tommy Lee Jones, but Diesel did what fans wanted, also saying Hobbs remains The Rock's biggest role and is grateful for what he brought. to the saga. He also said that Jason Statham was a fan-generated casting case, which still works. The post featured an image from 2001's The Fast and the Furious, hinting that he, too, wanted things back to basics a bit.
The following post, which features an image of the late Paul Walker, Vin Diesel and Jordana Brewster embracing the character of Fast Five, provides insight into the start of production on Fast X.
Diesel reveals that fan opinion has always mattered and that when he first got the script for Fast X, Jordana Brewster's Mia Toretto wasn't even in it. This greatly disappointed Diesel noting that he did not want to make the fourth film without Paul Walker and that fans sent petitions to the studio demanding Michelle Rodriguez return as Letty after Fast Five. Diesel says his daughter told director Justin Lin "NO MIA NO FAST 10!" This seems to indicate that while Mia was originally absent from the Fast X script, she's back.
Another interesting tidbit from this post is that it talks about Paul Walker's mother asking him to bring Brian back to the big screen. He doesn't go into detail about how it will happen or even IF it will happen, but says, "I don't have to tell you how seriously I take it." He goes on to say, "Fast could never have been here without the deep love and brotherhood between Dom and Brian established in 2001. Yes, I talk too much, but damn life is short and your comment made me touched and struck a chord." Thank you for believing in me, in us…I won't rest until you make him, her…and the universe proud." You can check out that post below!
Fans have wanted Fast Franchise back to basics for a while now, especially since each episode seemed to defy the laws of physics and slip into a world of complete unrealism. The bigger the reach of the movies, especially Fast Five and beyond, made the franchise a multi-billion dollar global phenomenon, so I get why Universal Pictures just accelerated that, but we had some legit characters going to space in the latest movie. It was something that even hardcore fans had to shake their heads.
I'd like to see more emphasis on character dynamics over the course of the series and maybe take it a bit into the world of street racing, something that set the tone for the franchise when the first film was released in 2001.