The ninth 9 version of the action franchise “Fast & Furious” has been postponed once again.
The film is expected to be released between May 28 and June 25. It has previously been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fast & Furious was supposed to come out on May 22, 2020.
The statement follows US President Joe Biden’s announcement that the country will have enough vaccines by the end of May. It was also revealed earlier this week that limited-capacity theatres would reopen in New York City this weekend.
There is a possibility that the cinema will increase their capacity because more people are vaccinated.
According to the International News Agency, Universal also worked on “F9” to become the first true blockbuster this summer.
It’s been a year since the debut of the first epic trailer, which revealed that John Cena (the casting we took credit) would play Brother Dom (Vin Diesel) and Sung Kang returned as Han’s favorite fan, who had previously believed to die. Since then, Universal is proactive in the early stages of Covid Pandemic in Moving F9 from May 22, 2020, release on until 2 April 2021. But then last October saw another delay, this time until May 28, 2021. The latest rescheduling comes in the middle of another round of the date of the release shaking.