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Quick & Furious 8’s Scott Eastwood Returns for Quick X

The Fate of the Furious’ Scott Eastwood is set to repeat his function as Little No one in Quick X, the upcoming tenth installation in the movie franchise.

Scott Eastwood is being invited back into the Quick Household with a function in Quick X, the tenth movie in the franchise.

According to THR, the star, who just recently appeared opposite Jason Statham in Rage of Guy and in Amazon’s ensemble funny I Desired You Back, has actually formally signed up with the cast of Quick X. Eastwood will repeat his function as Eric Reisner/Little No one in the upcoming tenth installation in the Quick and Furious franchise. He initially looked like Little No one in 2017’s The Fate of the Furious, working as a law enforcement representative under Kurt Russell’s Mr. No one.


Eastwood’s casting comes a week after Titans and Reacher star Alan Ritchson boarded the movie as one of its bad guys. Other beginners consist of Aquaman‘s Jason Momoa, Captain Marvel‘s Brie Larson and The Suicide Team‘s Daniela Melchior. Vin Diesel, who represents Dominic Torretto in the Quick and Furious franchise, formerly teased the movie’s ensemble cast back in February. “We have great cast additions that are going to make this episode really, really, really exciting,” he stated at the time.

No plot information for Quick X have actually been exposed at this time. It is likewise unidentified if Russell will be back as Mr. No one together with Eastwood’s Little No one in the movie. Russell was presented as Mr. No one in 2015’s Furious 7 and briefly appeared in 2021’s F9 aboard an aircraft that wound up crashing in an unidentified area, leaving Mr. No one’s fate unclear.

Justin Lin, who has actually helmed 5 previous movies in the series, was initially set to direct Quick X however left the production soon after shooting had actually begun. Although Universal declared Lin left over innovative distinctions, several market experts and sources near to the production of Quick X exposed that Lin left since he might no longer manage Diesel’s habits as a star and manufacturer on the movie. There had actually apparently been bitterness in between the 2 for months, and it reached a snapping point on April 23 after a conference in between the 2 ended with a knocked door. “Justin finally had enough and said, ‘This movie is not worth my mental health,'” a source stated. The Amazing Hulk‘s Louis Leterrier signed on to change Lin as director in Might.

The returning cast of Quick X consists of Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Charlize Theron, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Sung Kang and Michael Rooker. Though unofficial, John Cena and Cardi B are anticipated to return also, repeating their F9 functions as Jakob Toretto and Leysa, respectively.

Quick X is presently shooting in London. The movie is set up to open in theaters on May 19, 2023.

Source: The Hollywood Press Reporter

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