Dwayne Johnson recently said there was “no chance” he’d ever return to the “Fast and Furious” series, but Vin Diesel and company wasted no time in finding some star power to replace him.
The franchise announced on Twitter that “Aquaman” star Jason Momoa is set to join the cast of the upcoming tenth film.
While his character has yet to be confirmed, rumors have swirled that Momoa is playing a new villain.“The Fast Fam keeps getting bigger.
Welcome, Jason Momoa,” the Fast Saga tweeted.
Momoa is the latest star to join the long-running action franchise, as the likes of Johnson, Jason Statham, John Cena, and even Helen Mirren have appeared in “Fast & Furious” movies in recent years.
The films have demonstrated some serious box office longevity, with 2021’s “F9” grossed over $726 million worldwide.
Two decades into its box office reign, the franchise’s future beyond this tenth film remains uncertain.
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