The 'spin-off' of 'Full throttle', directed by David Leitch, has raised over $ 193 million worldwide.
At full throttle, he has expanded his franchise with the first 'spin-off' of the saga titled Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw. Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham are the protagonists of the film directed by David Leitch that arrived on August 1 at the Spanish cinemas. The film has raised more than $ 193 million worldwide. Somewhat modest figures compared to what the franchise has accustomed us and that have earned Tyrese Gibson to make fun of the film. However, that data could increase with the passing of days and, if so, fans could have more Hobbs & Shaw in the future.
Johnson has recognized in the Jimmy Fallon show The Tonight Show that they are already talking about a possible sequel.
We are talking about it. The conversations are very light at the moment. I prefer very vague conversations to not have. You don't want to get ahead of yourself. I have it settled. If the audience responds favorably and likes the movie and the box office guarantees it, we are in a position to make a sequel
From Johnson's words, it seems that, for now, the possibilities of a new adventure for Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw are not too many. The one that does have it insured is the central saga. Fast & Furious 9 is already in full shooting and is scheduled to premiere on the big screen on May 22, 2020. Even Fast & Furious 10, the tenth and - for now - last installment of the franchise, is scheduled to arrive at movie theaters on April 2, 2021.
In the 'spin-off' of Fast & Furious, Hobbs and Shaw must put aside their differences and join forces to stop Brixton's feet (Idris Elba), a cybernetically improved man who could change the world as we know it to forever. In addition to Johnson and Statham, the film has in its cast Helen Mirren, Vanessa Kirby, and Eiza Gonzalez. On these lines, do not miss the trailer.