Justin Lin in 'advanced talks' to return as Fast & Furious director

Brunilde Fioravanti
Ottobre 26, 2017

The movie that preaches family before everything else might be welcoming a long-lost brother back into the fold.

After a few years spent making the best modern Star Trek movie (as well as a few episodes of the ill-fated second season of True Detective), Justin Lin is steering toward a return to the Fast and Furious franchise, according to Entertainment Weekly. Now, the franchise has gone into full-blown globetrotting mode as the characters engage in plot lines that involve world espionage and global intrigue.

Things have been a little tumultuous with the Fast and Furious movies lately, given the feud between Tyrese Gibson and Dwayne Johnson over the Hobbs spin-off that was recently announced.

After all of the recent family drama surrounding the future of the Fast & Furious saga, it seems like Universal Studios is finally back on track to deliver the next two installments of their most valuable franchise. Diesel, another major creative force and someone who has helped build the series into what it is now, sounded nothing but excited about Lin rejoining the team.

Vin Diesel started a "top secret" Facebook livestream from a film set, where he revealed the news by putting both Lin and Brewster on camera next to him.

Diesel went into further detail about meeting up with Lin and Brewster and how they will be used to make the upcoming sequel special in a Facebook Live video. The ones responsible for resurrecting this attractive saga. It's unknown how Mia's character will be brought into the story as her character is married to Brian, who was played by the late Paul Walker. "Anybody know who it is?" "We've heard your concerns about the saga and where it needs to arrive in its final chapters". The "wow" factor could be off the charts. He last helmed 2013's Fast & Furious 6.

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