‘Fast X’ trailer teases villainous Jason Momoa, ‘end of the road’

Vin Diesel is again in the new trailer for Universal’s “Fast X,” the 1st of two prepared “final” films for Dominic Toretto & Co. But where do you go immediately after you’ve taken a $6-billion motion franchise about L.A. road racers all the way to place?

In the “Fast” saga, you dig up your best hits: supercharged set parts, explosions galore, car or truck races, familiar faces, new buddies and a raging new villain — played by Jason Momoa — with a solution vendetta. And, of study course: #spouse and children.

And for these among us who just want to glimpse the franchise’s signature physics-defying action, there’s also Dom Toretto at the wheel driving into the sky preventing two helicopters at the identical time.

“You wanted to return to the streets of L.A., you needed to return to racing and what that feels like, you wished to return to the cars and trucks that created this franchise what it is,” Diesel instructed supporters Thursday night at a “Fast X” celebration at L.A. Stay, in which he led a brief chant of his have identify (“Diesel, Diesel, Diesel”) in advance of the practically four-moment trailer was unveiled. “Fast X” hits theaters May well 19. Watch the complete trailer here:

A one-minute edition will air through Sunday’s Tremendous Bowl, Diesel added.

The producer-star was joined at the lavish occasion by “Fast” co-stars Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and Sung Kang, who skipped down memory lane revisiting their lengthy tenures in the franchise and teased “Fast X,” the 10th film in the main collection and the 11th all round “Fast and Furious” flick.

As 1 of Hollywood’s largest ongoing franchises, the “Fast” films have found plenty of community and personal conflicts — the most modern illustration getting past yr, when longtime franchise architect Justin Lin stop “Fast X” a week into manufacturing, reportedly about inventive differences.

"Fast X," the 11th film in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, hits theaters May 19.

“Fast X,” the 11th film in the “Fast and Furious” franchise, hits theaters May well 19.

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Lin’s name went conspicuously unmentioned during the “Fast X” trailer party, but trailers for the 5 installments he directed — “The Rapid & The Furious: Tokyo Drift” (2006), “Fast & Furious” (2009), “Fast Five” (2011), “Fast & Furious 6” (2013) and “F9” (2021) — played throughout the hour-very long program recapping “Fast” history.

Praising Diesel’s passion for the films, Rodriguez referred with seemingly unplanned candor to the problems of maintaining the blockbuster franchise likely.

“It’s difficult, mainly because there is a lot of cooks in the kitchen area,” she explained. “When you have received a franchise that can make that a lot cash, everybody’s obtained an view about it, everybody’s seeking to slash corners and doesn’t want to pay out this one this a great deal and that a person that much… but at the stop of the day, it all arrives down to story. And if we mess that dance up, it’s all more than.”

In the course of an interview with Wide range on the pink carpet, Diesel in contrast earning the “Fast” saga to “Lord of the Rings” author J.R.R. Tolkien writing his Middle-earth classics. “There’s a motive why Tolkien stopped producing just after a even though,” mentioned Diesel. “It’s so challenging to carry on mythologies.”

Later on, Gibson compared Diesel to “Jesus himself,” jokingly thanked supporters for jeopardizing their lives to see “F9” “at the peak of a pandemic,” exposed the cast group textual content chains that go “flying” in times of infighting and pointed out Lin’s replacement, Louis Leterrier (“The Transporter,” “The Incredible Hulk”), in the group to welcome him to the “Family.”

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A new enemy: Jason Momoa is Dante, whose blood feud is linked to the occasions of “Fast 5,” in “Fast X.”

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“Fast X” sees Diesel’s Dom return to guide his crew from a nefarious new enemy, Dante (Momoa), who is hellbent on destroying the #family that Toretto so loves. But hold out — there’s a twist!

Borrowing from the franchise’s introduction of Jason Statham’s heel-turned-hero Deckard Shaw — who waltzed into the credits of “Fast & Furious 6” by revealing that he killed Kang’s beloved Han in the retconned gatherings of the 3rd movie, “Tokyo Drift,” as revenge for his brother’s hospitalization — Momoa’s Dante has a solution household record of his have. (Professional tip: Cue up your rewatch of 2011’s “Fast 5.”)

The “Fast X” trailer reveals that Dante is the beforehand unfamiliar son of Brazilian kingpin Hernan Reyes, who was taken out by the Toretto crew in “Fast 5,” and that he’s been ready 12 years to specific his vengeance.

Dom’s 8-calendar year-outdated son Brian (Leo Abelo Perry) will be caught in the crosshairs of Dante’s plot, which will mail Dom’s familia scattered throughout the world and carry old enemies back, such as Charlize Theron’s Cipher, witnessed brawling with Rodriguez’s Letty in the trailer.

Nathalie Emmanuel, Jordana Brewster, John Cena, Scott Eastwood, Helen Mirren and Statham also return as “Fast X” tees up an enemies-to-pals bromance (the Dominic Toretto distinctive) amongst Han, just lately returned from the grave in “F9,” and the guy who tried out to get rid of him.

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Brie Larson performs new operative Tess in “Fast X,” directed by Louis Leterrier.

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Brie Larson joins the solid as rogue Agency operative Tess alongside Alan Richtson, Daniela Melchior and Rita Moreno as Dom, Mia and Jakob’s Abuelita Toretto.

“Running applied to be about winning. We raced for regard,” Dom states in the trailer, acknowledging that the stakes have skyrocketed since his crew’s times of undercover cops and robbers drag racing muscle vehicles and imports on the streets of Los Angeles. “Today, I race to cease a massacre.”

The movie is published by Justin Lin, Zach Dean and Dan Mazeau based mostly on figures by Gary Scott Thompson and is produced by Neal H. Moritz, Diesel, Lin, Jeff Kirschenbaum and Samantha Vincent.