Justin Lin To Direct Fast And Furious 9 And 10

Taiwanese American film director Justin Lin will return to direct the ninth and tenth installments in the Fast and Furious franchise.

It was none other than Vin Diesel who confirmed the news on a Facebook Live stream, while also revealing that Jordana Brewster will return to the series after last starring in Furious 7 as Mia Toretto.

Lin has previously directed The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious, Fast Five and Fast & Furious 6, but was replaced by James Wan for Furious 7 and F. Gary Gray for The Fate of the Furious.

In early October, it emerged that the release of Fast & Furious 9 had been delayed by a year. Insiders claim that the change of schedule has been made to make way for a spinoff film starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham set to open in theatres on July 26, 2019.


  • Chuck_Knut

    The sad part is that it will probably be crap like the 6, 7 and 8 but I will still watch it in theatres.
    It started with “let’s see what they come up with” but now it’s more “let’s see how stupid can they turn this franchise into”.

  • Auto

    I don’t care who directs it, stop making these movies!

    • Bash

      Tue, they keep milking the story and i really don’t know for how long that gonna work… But hey, it pumping them a lot of money tho.

    • LWOAP

      It still makes them money so they keep churning them out.

    • BGM

      I’m proud to say I haven’t seen any of them.


    i’m so bored

    • LWOAP

      Aren’t we all?

  • salamOOn

    they missed the perfect time for the end of series (end of the 7th movie)…. and they should make spinoffs if they want more money….

    • AEE91

      The perfect time was immediately after the first one.

  • It was Great While It Lasted

    Seriously, the series is over. Just relegate any future F&F to the B-movie circuit alongside Death Race movies.


    Don’t care who the director is. I’m just here to re-iterate how much I loathe the franchise.

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