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New ‘Fast And Furious’ Movie ‘F9’ Gets First Official Trailer

New ‘Fast And Furious’ Movie ‘F9’ Gets First Official Trailer”

Thanks to LEGO, fans of the Fast and Furious franchise will soon be able to take home their own luxury cars - miniature ones, that is.

"F9" will hit big screens on April 9. The ninth film in the line is ready for release this year and the first trailer has landed that shows that many things have changed in the "family".

What did you think of the new trailer for the latest installment in the Fast and Furious franchise, F9?

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The three and a half minutes cut of the "Fast and Furious 9" is loaded with cars, bikes and planes flying and colliding.

Vin Diesel says Paul Walker had a role in the casting of John Cena in Fast & Furious 9. Jordana Brewster and John Cena (who's playing Dom's brother, Jacob). Yes, your eyes aren't deceiving you: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jason Statham, who just starred in the Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, are not here. And according to Charlize Theron's Cipher, he's been pushing himself to be "faster, smarter, and stronger" than Dom his entire life (inferiority complex, much?), which makes him a compelling foe for the 1327 crew. Let us know in the comments section down below! Vin Diesel announced Cena's addition to the film on Instagram, and we've got that clip embedded below.

On the red carpet, Cardi told reporters that she only had a small part, so expect this to be more of a cameo appearance.



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