Unhealthy information, household. F9: The Quick Saga has been delayed. Once more. Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and the remainder of the gang have been initially scheduled to race into theaters on April 2, 2021. Nonetheless, after extra launch date shuffling, that is now when No Time to Die–the subsequent James Bond film–will debut.
Now, in line with The Hollywood Reporter, F9 has moved to a Could 28, 2021 launch. Sure, that is almost two months later. Sure, it is a bummer. In spite of everything, we simply wish to know the way Han (Sung Kang) is alive in any case of those years. We now have to think about it will likely be well worth the wait, although.
Up to now we have solely seen one trailer for F9, however it packed fairly a punch. Along with the revelation that Han survived or is a robotic or some such nonsense, we have been launched to the lengthy misplaced brother of Dom, performed by franchise newcomer John Cena. That is proper, whereas The Rock will not be on this film, there’s one other WWE celebrity filling the void.
F9 is the ninth movie within the Quick & Livid franchise–tenth if you happen to depend Hobbs & Shaw, which we do–and was initially presupposed to be in theaters Could 22 of this 12 months. Nonetheless, the continued COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a slew of shifted launch dates. F9 was among the many first to change course. Now let’s simply hope the Could 28 launch date sticks.