Fast and Furious to end after two more movies, Justin Lin signs on to direct both
The Fast & Furious franchise is set to end after the release of 11 movies.
According to Deadline, Justin Lin, who has directed five of the series' movies thus far, including 2021's F9, has signed on to direct the final two instalments.
The report states that the series will end with an epic conclusion told over two films, with long-standing cast members Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris and Nathalie Emmanuel all set to star.
Whether it includes Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Jason Statham, who have just been seen in spin-off Hobbs and Shaw, but are not in F9, is still unconfirmed.
First released back in 2001, the franchise has earned almost six billion dollars at the box office across eight films and Hobbs and Shaw.
This won't be the end of the series though, as Universal Pictures is currently developing a series of other spin-offs, both on the big and small screen.