The "Fast and the Furious" franchise continues to deliver new and exciting stories by coming up with practical stunts, an action-adventure narrative and a combination of a diverse cast. Given Paul Walker's demise prior to the release of "Furious 7," it can be recalled that the franchise has been taken to a new direction. That said, "Fate of the Furious" is now poised to do greater things for the franchise, which also signals the start of a new era after its predecessor has hit a new billion-and-a-half milestone at the box office.
Debunking The 'Fate Of The Furious'
According to The Christian Post, it was found that the team behind the trilogy series will be tweaking things up a bit by putting Vin Diesel's character as the new enemy who has betrayed his own family. With that, Dominic Toretto and his new partner, in the form of Charlize Theron's Cipher, who forced him into her service, is set to put the bonds of family that has been built up in the previous movies to test. As of press time, it seems that the production's trick is already working in favor with them as the latest "Fate of the Furious" trailer has recently set the social media ablaze.
Meanwhile, Box Office Mojo reports that "The Fate of the Furious" has already topped $100 million at the domestic box office. The franchise's eighth installment is now considered to lead the Easter weekend charge and becoming the second 2017 release to top the century mark over its three-day opening. Additionally, aside from its North American debut, it was found that the film has premiered in over 60 international markets where it grossed a $532.5 million worldwide debut.
As of press time, it was also found that Vin Diesel's character remains a traitor to his loved ones and his personal code of honor to protect his son. Ultimately, with "Fate of the Furious" set to move forward with its next installment, movie experts say that viewers will likely know even more about the future of the series.