Our heroes from this favorite franchise have taken on a host of self-driving cars, and a goddamn submarine! We all agree that each Fast & Furious movie has gotten increasingly more insane and larger than life. And the only way the franchise’s next movie will kick the ass of its predecessors is by blasting off.
Simply saying, the next movie is going to to be in the outer space and have our “stars” amongst the celestial bodies to be on top of its game, in terms of both stakes and stunts. The best part, the director, F. Gary Gray knows he has this coming on some level and has not ruled out the possibility of making it happen. In a recent interview with Screen Rant, Gray said that given how unbelievable some of the stunts in the franchise’s previous eight films have been, getting the Crew into space isn’t out of the realm of possibility.
“Outer space? Listen, I wouldn’t rule anything with this franchise. When I read submarine I’m like ‘OK, anything’s possible’. You never know. I haven’t read ‘Dom on Mars’ yet but again, you just never know," said Gray.
From the Riddick movies to the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise that we saw, we can certainly say that “Dom on Mars” would make a fantastic movie. Hold your horses before you go pointing out that none of these plots would make even slightest of sense and break every law of physics, remember that the more you think about how these movies make sense, the less fun you’re going to have. We are sure that you don’t want to work pretty hard to enjoy a movie that would go “Dom on Mars” or the likes of it.
Psst! Just in case you needed any more convincing, here are five other potential movie ideas that could take Fast & Furious to new heights... like outside of the Earth’s atmosphere!
Fast & Furious 9: Valley of the Sun
Fast & Furious 9: Continental Drift
Fast & Furious: Deep Space Impact 9
F9: Mission Control
FX: CGI (Cars Go Interstellar) (This title works best if it’s actually the tenth movie in the series, so we’re running with it.)
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