After space travel, time travel should be the next step for “Fast X”.
After finally biting the bullet and going beyond the stars in the last episode, completely legitimate questions were being asked about where the Fast & Furious Franchise could potentially be next to continue raising the bar.
Dominic Toretto and the family have already destroyed virtually every means of transportation on land, sea, air and space, leaving few opportunities for things audiences have never seen before. And yet, the first trailer for Fast X seems to have somehow upped the ante even if the plot is firmly on solid ground.
The upcoming action blockbuster has already confirmed that mythology is going all retcon mad again, with Dante being introduced as the son of Joaquim de Almeida by Jason Momoa Fast five villain Reyes, adding another ridiculous layer to a lore that’s soaked to the bone by this point.
How is all this to be explained? Most likely in a convoluted way, but let’s face it and pretend we don’t like the concept of time travel Fast X to tie the entire saga together in time for the grand finale.
Hobbs & Shaw brought the concept of genetically enhanced superhumans into canon, so who says the nefarious Eteon hasn’t been working on time travel as well? All it would take would be a strategically placed exhibition dump of Kurt Russell’s Mr. Nobody to establish it in the story and open the doors to a development so devilishly deranged it has the potential to be the greatest what could ever happen Fast & Furious.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/having-already-been-to-outer-space-time-travel-should-obviously-be-the-next-logical-step-for-fast-x/ After space travel, time travel should be the next step for “Fast X”.