Jordana Brewster presents her all-female Fast & Furious spin-off
Exclusive: Jordana Brewster wants her Fast & Furious colleagues to get their due on the big screen as she continues to call for a spinoff.
Jordana Brewster shares her hopes and pitch for ongoing development Fast Furious spin-off run by women. The Fast Furious the franchise has grown to heights few could have predicted when the first film was released in 2001; for example, the recently released ninth installment took some characters to space and is currently the highest grossing Hollywood film at the international box office of 2021. The main one Fast Furious The series will end after two more films, but there are still plenty of spinoff opportunities, including the long-gestating all-female film.
Talk about a ruled woman Fast Furious The film debuted after star Michelle Rodriguez started talking about female portrayal in the franchise. The idea gained support from Vin Diesel and other women on the show, and in 2019, the potential Fast Furious The spin-off saw screenwriters Nicole Perlman, Lindsey Beer and Geneva Robertson-Dworet sign on to write the screenplay. Since then, however, there haven’t been many updates, although actresses like Brewster and Nathalie Emmanuel have continued to show their support for the idea.
In a conversation with Screen cry‘s Ash Crossan, Brewster shared his pitch for the female-led group Fast Furious spin off. As Mia Toretto, Brewster has been a part of the franchise from the very beginning and recently returned for F9 after being absent for the eighth film. When considering the idea of several spin-offs, she confirmed that “I would love to see the girl power versionBrewster went on to elaborate:
I would like to see that. I think it would be a waste not to do that because there’s so much talent out there with Mia and Letty, and I mean, Nathalie and Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron. If we could get everyone together in one that would be great. So here is.
It is true that over the years, Fast Furious has amassed an impressive number of compelling female characters. From Rodriguez’s Letty to Helen Mirren‘s Queenie, there are several women who together could make a thrilling film. The lack of progress concerning the all-female Fast Furious doesn’t mean it’s dead, and as Brewster’s comments have shown, there’s still a lot of enthusiasm for the idea. F9The reception from earlier this year reminded everyone that the franchise has lasted, so now is the time to really take this spin-off forward.
Apart from this film, the only one Fast Furious the spin-offs to emerge were Hobbs & Shaw and the animated series Fast and furious spy runners. Hobbs & Shaw should receive a sequel, although development has been slow. For the franchise as a whole, the emergence of additional projects has arguably been affected by the delayed release of F9. Now that the film has debuted and the end of the game is approaching, the attention may perhaps turn to the wanted spin-offs. Brewster still wants women to get their due, as many others do. Hopefully this will become a reality as soon as possible.
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