Fast X: Cast, Trailer & Everything We Know

In the midst of The Fast Saga officially starts its last chapter with F9 We’ll look at what will see in “la familia’s” adventures in Fast & Furious 10.

The Fast and Furiousfranchise is now in the tenth anniversary of its series and has Fast X Full Movie is on coming and many updates and brand new information to review of. This film features the returning to Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family to bring more chaos on the road. The 10th film will feature the cast that has been the heart of the series returning for even greater fun, along with some new returning characters, as well as some interesting new characters. One of them is Jason Momoa as the villain.

Although the Fast and Furious series is a cult success since its inception, the film’s tenth has brought some issues. The flu pandemic delayed the release of F9 and resulted in the planned sequel getting delayed in addition. The squabble with Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson was raging in addition to Johnson refusal to accept Diesel’s appeal to reprise the series. Additionally, just before the filming began to begin in the beginning, Director Justin Lin left the project and was substituted with Louis Leterrier. Even with all the controversy, Fast X is now in production and the fans will be able to catch on the most recent news.

FastX will release in the theaters on May 19th 2023. Its initial date of release was set as being April 2 2021. But, F9 ended getting delayed significantly due to the COVID-19 epidemic that meant that the film’s tenth installment was delayed indefinitely. Vin Diesel then revealed a potential Feb. 2023 release date, and it was officially announced to be released on May 19th 2023.

The confirmation for Fast X started in 2014, when we learned that there will be at the very least three additional movies within the series following Furious 7. In 2017, the producer Neal H. Moritz stated that there would not just an additional movie, but also that it would be reserving for the last Fast and Furious film. It was then established that the end of the series could be divided into two pieces with the film immediately following the Fast X movie closing the franchise.

The cast that has been the mainstay from the series up to now will have a chance to return in the upcoming Fast X. In addition to Vin Diesel (Dom) there will be Michelle Rodriguez (Letty), Tyrese Gibson (Roman), Chris “Ludacris” Bridges (Tej), Nathalie Emmanuel (Ramsey) and Jordana Brewster (Mia). In addition, returning to the series include John Cena (Jakob), Jason Statham (Deckard Shaw), Sung Kang (Han), Scott Eastwood (Little Nobody), Michael Rooker (Buddy), Cardi B (Leysa), Helen Mirren (Queenie) as well as Charlize Theron (Cipher).

Jason Momoa will play Dante Reyes who is the antagonist of the sequel. He is the child of the Fast Five‘s evil Hernan Reyes, who is seeking revenge against Dom as well as the other characters in the wake of the murder of their father. Brie Larson is Tess who is a new friend for Dom and Daniela Melchoir portrays an Brazilian street racing star who has connections to Dom. Jack Reacher star Alan Ritchson portrays a federal agent taking on the role of the role of Mr. Everyone in the role isn’t a fan about Dom and his team. Rita Moreno also joins the franchise as the mother of Dom, Mia, and Jakob.

A fascinating fast x update for fans of the franchise is that a different character may be being brought back into the franchise. There’s not much information about who will be returning, there’s possibility of the appearance of a major character within the Fast X credit sequence. The franchise is nearing its conclusion It’s highly unlikely that this cameo will serve as a way for introducing a new persona, however it is more likely that it’ll be a rerun of the previous one.

The trailer’s first look provided many details and news for those who are interested in the story of Fast X. Jason Momoa’s character Dante is directly connected to the Fast Five story as he is the child of drug Kingpin Hernan Reyes. Dante targets Dom and his team as well as kidnap Dom’s child Brian. Momoa’s character is clearly enjoying his savagery in the trailer as well. Michelle Rodriguez has called Dante”the ” best male villain” that the series has ever had.

Additionally, it seems like fans could be able to see the conclusion of the storyline of Han as well as Deckard Shaw, as they team with each other on the screen in this trailer. Charlize Theron’s Cipher is back to reprise her role for the third time in the series, hinting that she is a key character behind the scenes possibly helping set the stage for the ultimate threat for the next film.

As the film sets up the conclusion of the Fast & Furious episode, the fans can believe that not all plot lines within Fast X is resolved. However, they will likely be in for an ending that will pique their anticipation for the next film. Rodriguez was surprised at the ending of the film after she watched the film in a theater she even went so in the direction of asking ” what have we done?” after she realized where the viewers were left behind in the middle of the tale.

What to Watch this Week: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

What to Watch this week (May 1-May 7): Pete Davidson’s semi-autobiographical series Bupkis premieres, The Goldbergs series finale, and more.

The Guardians of the Galaxy trilogy is coming to an end and Director James Gunn’s tenure as a part of the MCU (he’s currently overseeing DC Films at Warner Bros.). Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan and Pom Klementieff return along with Vin Diesel and Bradley Cooper in the roles of Groot as well as Rocket. Can the group remain together and help each other out being attacked by The High Evolutionary? Take a look at the EW review here..

In the tiny screen, take a trip back to the pastand more to watch this prequel to the series “Queen Charlotte The Bridgerton Story. Pete Davidson’s semi-autobiographical comedy series Bupkis debuts — Edie Falco and Joe Pesci costar. Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux appear in the Watergate drama White House Plumbers. In The Little Light, Bel Powley as well as Liev Schreiber take the Anne Frank story to screen through the perspective from one of the men who aided in hiding the family members, Miep Gies.

In the midst of the ten seasons of the Goldbergs ends its run. A Million Little Things will wrap it’s run on ABC.

How to Watch this Week

Monday, May 1

Check Local Listings
Independent Lens: Matter of Mind: My ALS(doc) – PBS

Dalgliesh – Acorn TV

8 p.m.
Basketball Wives – VH1
9-1-1 – Fox
Spring Baking Championship Spring Baking Champion Food Network (and streaming on Discovery+)
The Voice – NBC
American Idol – ABC
Below Deck Sailing Yacht – Bravo
All American – The CW
The Neighborhood – CBS

8:30 p.m.
Bob Hearts Abishola – CBS

9 p.m.
Summer House – Bravo
Fantasy Island – Fox
You, Me & My Ex – TLC
History’s Greatest Mysteries – History
The Little Light (series premiere) — National Geographic (next day on Disney+)
Undercover Underage (season premiere) – ID
White House Plumbers (series debut) – HBO / HBO Max


10 p.m.
The Good Doctor (season finale) ABC ABC
That’s My Jam – NBC
American Dad – TBS
NCIS: Hawai’i – CBS

11 p.m.
Race To Survive: Alaska – USA
The Daily Show (with guest host Dulce Sloan) — Comedy Central

Tuesday, May 2

Check Local Listings
My Grandparents’ War (season final) (season finale) PBS

Jimmy O. Yang”Guess How Much?” (comedy extra) — Amazon Prime Video
Thalia’s Mixtape: El Soundtrack de Mi Vida (docuseries debut) – Paramount+
King Charles, the Boy Who Walked Alone (doc) – Paramount+
Menendez + Menudo: Boys Betrayed (docuseries debut) – Peacock
Nona as well as Her Daughters (U.S. series debut) — MHz Choice

Moving On (streaming debut) – Digital
Beautiful Disaster – Digital, VOD
Beyond Human Nature (doc) – Digital

8 p.m.
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta – MTV
9-1-1: Lone Star – Fox
The Rookie(season end) — ABC
Deadliest Catch – Discovery
Chopped: Military Salute– Food Network
Night Court – NBC
Superman & Lois – The CW

8:30 p.m.
Lopez vs. Lopez – NBC

9 p.m.
Couples Retreat (season premiere) – MTV
The Wall – NBC
The Real Housewives of New Jersey – Bravo
Renovation 911 – HGTV / Discovery+
7 Little Johnstons – TLC
Supermarket Stakeout – Food Network / Discovery+
“The Rookie”: Feds (season finale) ABC ABC
Accused – Fox
1000% Me: Growing Up Mixed(doc) – HBO / HBO Max
Gotham Knights – The CW

10 p.m.
Weakest Link – NBC
Return to Amish – TLC
The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch – History
Will Trent (season finale) ABC ABC

Wednesday, May 3

Check Local Listings
Nature: Attenborough’s Wonder of Song (doc) – PBS
Iconic America: Our Symbols and Stories With David Rubenstein– PBS
NOVA: Saving the Right Whale (doc) – PBS

Ted Lasso – Apple TV+
The Challenge: World Championship – Paramount+
The Big Door Prize – Apple TV+
Schmigadoon! (season finale) – Apple TV+
Saint X – Hulu
Ed Sheeran: The Sum of It All (docuseries debut) — Disney+
Jewish Matchmaking (series debut) – Netflix

8 p.m.
Married at First Sight – Lifetime
Survivor – CBS
The Masked Singer – Fox
Conners (season finale) Conners (season finale) — ABC
The Flash – The CW
Chicago Med – NBC

8:30 p.m.
The Goldbergs (series final) — ABC

9 p.m.
Vanderpump Rules – Bravo
Farmer Wants a Wife – Fox
House of Payne – BET
Riverdale – The CW
Dr. Pimple Popper – TLC
Chicago Fire – NBC
Not Dead Yet – ABC

9:30 p.m.
Not Dead However (season finale) — ABC

10 p.m.
A Million Little Things (series final) ABC ABC
True Lies – CBS
Dave – FXX
Digman! – Comedy Central
Single Drunk Female – Freeform
Chicago P.D. – NBC

10:30 p.m.
Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens – Comedy Central
Single Drunk Female – Freeform

Thursday, May 4

Sesame Street– HBO Max and Cartoonito
Titans – HBO Max
Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies – Paramount+
Mrs. Davis – Peacock
Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-head – Paramount+
Love & Death – HBO Max
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story (series debut) – Netflix
Bupkis (series debut) – Peacock
Star Wars: Visions (series debut) – Disney+
Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures (series debut) – Disney+
The Other Two(season premiere) The Other Two (season premiere) HBO Max
Delete Me (season premiere) – Viaplay

7:30 p.m.
Erin & Aaron– Nickelodeon

8 p.m.
Jersey Shore Family Vacation – MTV
Next Level Chef – Fox
BattleBots – Discovery
Law & Order – NBC
Walker – The CW
Young Sheldon – CBS
Flipping 101 Tarek El Moussa(season premiere) — HGTV
Station 19 – ABC

8:30 p.m.
Ghosts – CBS

9 p.m.
Animal Control (season end) Fox – Fox
Top Chef – Bravo
Celebrity Game Face – E!
Ghost Hunters – Travel Channel / Discovery+
Brat Loves Judy – WE tv
100 Days to Indy – The CW
Law & Order: SVU – NBC
So Help Me Todd – CBS
Fix My Flip (season premiere) – HGTV
Grey’s Anatomy – ABC

9:30 p.m.
“Call Me” Kat (season finale) — Fox

10 p.m.
Good Trouble – Freeform
Celebrity Prank Wars – E!
CSI: Vegas – CBS
Law & Order: Organized Crime – NBC

Friday, May 5

The Power – Amazon Prime Video
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – Amazon Prime Video
Drops of God – Apple TV+
The Last Thing He Told Me – Apple TV+
Citadel – Amazon Prime Video
Taste of the Nation with Padma Lakshmi(season premiere) (season premiere) Hulu
Silo (series debut) – Apple TV+
Harriet The Spy (season debut) (season premiere) Apple TV+

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – Coming to cinemas
How Does Love Have To Have To Do With Them? – In theaters
Double Life in cinemas, digital
Death’s Roulette – Paramount+
Johnny & Clyde in theatres, VOD

8 p.m.
On Patrol: Live – Reelz
Power Book II: Ghost – Starz
Couples Therapy – Showtime
S.W.A.T. – CBS
Shark Tank – ABC

8:30 p.m.
Couples Therapy – Showtime
Saturdays – Disney Channel

9 p.m.
Dateline – NBC
Put a Ring On It – OWN
Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail – Discovery Channel
Blindspotting – Starz
Mama June Family Crisis (season premiere) (WE tv)
Fire Country – CBS
On Patrol: Live – Reelz
20/20 – ABC

10 p.m.
Real Time With Bill Maher – HBO
Gold Rush: White Water – Discovery
Dear Mama – FX
Blue Bloods – CBS

11 p.m.
A Black Lady Sketch Show – HBO / HBO Max

Saturday, May 6

8 p.m.
Love & Marriage: Huntsville – OWN
On Patrol: Live – Reelz
The chase of The Rains (season final) — BBC America / AMC+

9 p.m.
Houses With History – HGTV / Discovery+
On Patrol: Live – Reelz

Sunday, May 7

Check Local Listings
Call the Midwife (season end) PBS PBS
Marie Antoinette (season finale) – PBS
Tom Jones – PBS

Rabbit Hole (season end) — Paramount+
Fatal Attraction – Paramount+

7 p.m.
60 Minutes – CBS
Violent Minds: Killers on Tape – Oxygen (streaming on Peacock)
America’s Funniest Home Videos – ABC

8 p.m.
Combat Ships – Smithsonian Channel
90 Day Fiance: The Other Way – TLC
American Idol – ABC
Vice (season premiere) – Showtime
100 Foot Wave – HBO
Alex Vs. America – Food Network
The Simpsons – Fox
Home Town Takeover – HGTV
2023 MTV Movie & TV Awards – MTV
The Real Housewives of Atlanta (season premiere) Bravo Bravo
naked and afraid: Last One Standing(series debut) Discovery Discovery
Accomplice to Murder Vinnie Politan(docuseries debut) Court TV Court TV
The Equalizer – CBS

8:30 p.m.
The Great North – Fox

9 p.m.
Succession – HBO
Ride Ride Hallmark (and streamed on Peacock)
Lucky Hank (season finale) Season finale of HTML0 AMC (also BBCA, IFC, Sundance, AMC+)
Yellowjackets – Showtime
Very Scary People – ID
Ciao House – Food Network
Fix My Frankenhouse – HGTV
From – MGM+
Family Guy (season finale) Fox Fox
Summer House Martha’s Vineyard (series debut) — Bravo
The decade of the 2010s (series first) (series debut) CNN
East New York – CBS

9:30 p.m.
Housebroken – Fox

10 p.m.
The Blacklist – NBC
Barry – HBO
Waco: The Aftermath – Showtime (also Paramount Network, CMT)
Amityville: An Origin Story – MGM+
Very Scary People – ID
The Company You Hold (season finale) ABC ABC
NCIS: Los Angeles – CBS

10:30 p.m.
Somebody Somewhere – HBO / HBO Max

11 p.m.
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver – HBO
Rich and Shameless(season premiere) (season premiere) TNT

*Times are ET and are subject to change.