There’s been a long-running joke that The Quick and the Livid franchise would get so loopy that the characters would ultimately enterprise into house. However is that joke about to change into actual? In a brand new interview with Sirius XM’s “The Jess Cagle Present”, Quick & Livid franchise star Ludacris talked about how the films’ inventive crew is utilizing the downtime in the course of the coronavirus pandemic to make the subsequent few installments of the sequence as large and daring as something they’ve finished. That led host Jess Cagle to convey up the ‘Quick & Livid: In House” joke – and surprisingly sufficient, Ludacris really teased that house might be part of the upcoming Quick 9!
“You simply stated one thing essential,” Ludacris teases a number of moments after the house remark from Cagle. “I’ll say that you’re very intuitive, trigger you stated one thing proper, however I am not going to present it away.”
That tease led Cagle to press tougher, and as soon as once more ask a couple of potential Quick 9 house sequence: Ludacris did not reply the query verbally, however the look on his face looks like fairly large affirmation that sure, Quick 9 can have a sequence set in house. You do not have to take our phrase for it – simply search for your self:
The considered F9 taking issues to house is definitely not that loopy (persist with me right here). The franchise (and its Hobbs & Shaw spinoff) has been venturing deeper into sci-fi/tech territory, for awhile now. The Destiny of the Livid launched Charlize Theron’s hacker villain Cipher, who will return because the antagonist of F9. Cipher’s huge array of tech permits her to observe and management issues on a worldwide scale; so, the one strategy to blind her (and/or units just like the “God’s Eye”) might require Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew to take out an orbital satellite tv for pc or two.
Should you really return and watch the F9 trailer, it appears to be like like there’s really a number of hints at some sort of house or low-orbit mission within the footage. We see Ludacris’ character Tej and Tyrese’s Roman Pierce meet up with Lucas Black’s Sean Boswell from Tokyo Drift. That loopy crew appears to be engaged on some sort of contraption involving a automotive that is been fitted with a rocket booster. We figured the crew simply actually wanted a burst of velocity for a key piece of the mission – however hey, possibly they’re about to go aerial?
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