The INSIDER Summary:
- There is no post-credits sequence after “The Fate of the Furious.”
- The movie definitely sets it up so that fans may think there’s a reason to stay after the credits.
- The untitled sequel, “Fast 9,” is scheduled for a April 19, 2019 release.
If you head out to see the latest installment to the “Fast and the Furious” franchise this weekend, “The Fate of the Furious,” don’t plan to stay after the film ends.
There is no extra scene after the movie ends. There isn’t a mid-credits end scene nor is there a post credits scene after all of the credits play through.
This was a little bit of a surprise. While movie post-credits scenes have become a staple of Marvel movies, the “Fast and the Furious” franchise hasn’t been one to shy from teasing what’s to come in a subsequent movie. The series most famously added in an extra scene after “Fast 6” to change the timeline of the third film in the franchise, “Tokyo Drift.”
We know that there are at least two more movies planned in the franchise. Vin Diesel himself announced release dates for the eighth, ninth, and tenth movies February 2016 online.
“Fate” even ends with a bit of a cliffhanger surrounding the franchise’s new villain, Cipher (Charlize Theron), so it’s a bummer we don’t see a tease of what’s next for her character.
Fans will just have to wait until we get closer to the release of the untitled sequel to see what’s next for the “Fast” family.
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