Fast & Furious Spin-off with The Rock & Statham is ON!

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According to Deadline, The Fate of the Furious and longtime franchise writer Chris Morgan will soon be working on a script for a spin off starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jason Statham.

Fresh off its latest installment setting a record for a global debut, the finish line for the "Fast and Furious" franchise is in sight.

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Sources say that Johnson and Statham's onscreen chemistry inspired Universal to shoot plenty of extra material with the duo, which may end up surfacing as DVD extras. Johnson also took to his Instagram account in August to diss one of his male co-stars, later revealed to be Diesel, referring to them as "candy ass*s" and "too chicken sh*t to do anything".

The following contains some direct discussion of a small, mildly SPOILER-ific scene from the recently released The Fate of the Furious.

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The movie is a reminder of the fast cars, furious action, and family that the series has come exemplify. "And again, the most important thing is just the movie". This is supposed to be the first of several planned Fast and Furious spin-off movies. From a simple yet insane street race through Cuban streets to a Cold War-era nuclear submarine chasing exotic cars across an icy Russian lake, the film never lets up and it never falters in trying to have as much fun as possible and letting the audience have a piece of said fun.

That kind of money demands a 101st sequel, wouldn't you think? "They were like, 'We know that the grand majority of the audience wants to see this guy be on your side, so that overrides the fact that he killed one of your guys'". We're talking $523 million, and it's doubtful very many of those ticket-buyers were rolling their eyes the way I was. "Thank you for your support and always believing in us". This is one of those times when I feel like a review is somewhat moot.

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Fast cars and pure curiosity drove millions of fans to the theater this Easter weekend. It's possible that the film could get made while they're putting together the script for the ninth film in the main series.

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