PG-13 | | Action, Adventure
Lawman Luke Hobbs (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) and outcast Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) form an unlikely alliance when a cyber-genetically enhanced villain threatens the future of humanity.
The idea of a "Fast & Furious" spin-off featuring Hobbs and Shaw first emerged during filming of The Fate of the Furious (2017), after producers and studios executives took note of the comedic chemistry between the two throughout their scenes together. Plans to actually develop the spin-off were informally green-lit towards the end of filming, and they were later revealed to be the reason behind the much-discussed animosity that emerged between Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson in the final week of production, which resulted in Diesel reportedly canceling some of Johnson's scenes (which was within his purview as one of the movie's producers), and not showing up for filming at all on at least one day of production, leaving hundreds of cast and crew sitting idle. After news of the spin-off became public, co-stars Michelle Rodriguez (Letty Ortiz) and Tyrese Gibson (Roman Pearce) publicly criticized it for damaging the Fast & Furious "family", as well as pushing back the release of the series' ninth installment by at least a year. As of February 2019, Johnson has stated he will "probably not" return for Fast & Furious 9 (2020), but would consider it for the tenth in the franchise.
Here comes the Kryptonite.
In the helicopter scene, the main villain yells at the pilot to climb. He then goes up and throws the pilot out and takes over. It is a common misconception that helicopter pilots sit in the same seat as airline pilots(left seat). Helicopter pilots sit in the right seat. He just threw out someone that wasn't the pilot.
There is an end credit scene in addition to the two mid credit scenes. The end credit scene involves Ryan Reynolds character talking to Hobbs on phone and the scene is the follow up of the first mid credit scene
English, Samoan, Russian
$60,038,950 4 August 2019