Vin Diesel wants to join the "Fast and Furious" franchise from no other than Iron Man.
Diesel has already shared the dream casting for the final "Fast XI" villain, who sounds much like Tony Stark meets Elon Musk before the premiere.
“There is a character who is the opposite of Dom who is proponent of AI and autonomous cars, and a philosophy that with that comes your freedom,” Diesel said of his final film. “There is somebody that believes that’s the future, and that’s directly in conflict with the Toretto mentality.”
It's no wonder that Diesel is just fine shooting for more stars in its two-part follow-up, which will conclude the decades-long franchise.
Michelle Rodriguez shared her own ideal future partner for "Fast and Furious," Matt Damon.
Matt Damon, who is the guy from these incredible 'Jason Bourne' films? Rodriguez replied. 'I fucking want Matt Damon.' Would you be in a 'Fast and Furious' film? C'mon, we got four Oscar winners, man! You are an Oscar winner!
Diesel, Rodriguez, Sung Kang, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, John Cena, and Nathalie Emmanuel reprise their roles in "Fast and Furious," with Charlize Theron, Helen Mirren, and Cardi B making their debuts.
When Dominic Toretto (Diesel) and his crew recruit Dante (Momoa), a mysterious new adversary, the official synopsis for "Fast X" explains that the "end of the road begins" with the new film.
After "Fast and Furious" franchise director Justin Lin stepped down, "Fast X" is directed by "Lupin" and "Now You See Me" helmer Louis Leterrier.
"Fast X" teased a tense run to the finish, with lead actor Diesel revealing on Instagram, "We're almost there...We can't wait to share a taste of what's coming..." Meadow Walker, the daughter of late "Fast and Furious" star Paul Walker, commented, "I love you. My family forever."