‘Fast and Furious’ franchise to end with 11th film

“F-9” to debut in 2021

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Nathalie Emmanuel, left, and Vin Diesel in a scene from "F9." Universal Pictures announced that the Fast and Furious movie titled F9 would not open May 22 as planned but in April next year due to the coronavirus. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness. (Giles Keyte/Universal Pictures via AP) (Giles Keyte, COPYRIGHT © 2020 UNIVERSAL STUDIOS. All Rights Reserved.)

It appears that “Fast and Furious” is approaching its finale.

Variety reports the central franchise will end after its 10th and 11th films.

The main storyline follows the adventures of Vin Diesel’s character, Dominic Toretto, and his family of fellow car-enthusiasts-turned-thieves.

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The latest installment tersely titled “F-9” is set to debut next year.

According to Variety, Justin Lin, the director behind many of the movies, will then return to direct the final two installments.

No word on when those movies would possibly be released.

This does not mean the “Fast and Furious” the cinematic universe is coming to an end.

Universal Studios is supposedly working on more spin-off movies based on characters from the main films.