Vin Diesel’s son Vincent Sinclair to star in Fast and Furious 9 .
Vincent allegedly shot his scenes in late 2019 when he was nine years old and was paying $1,005 a day, according to the website.
The franchise has already seen a flashback to a younger Dominic in Furious 7, with actor Alex McGee playing the role.
Vincent is shared by Vin and Paloma Jimenez. They still have two other children together.
This comes after it was announced that the theatrical release of Fast And Furious 9 has been postponed once again due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The film was scheduled to be released in May of last year, but it was postponed back eleven months to April 2, 2021, before being moved back again to May 28, and the release date has been changed once again.
Vin, 53, announced the new release date for F9 on Instagram on Thursday, posting a brief video of a vehicle driving away from an accident with the new date written over it.
‘Finally!!!’ wrote the star, who plays Dominic Toretto in the film. ‘I am blessed and thankful.’
‘We Just Gettin Started (sic),’ said Vin’s co-star Ludacris, who plays Tej Parker.
The sequel to The Fate of the Furious (2017) is directed by Justin Lin, who has previously directed three other films in the franchise: Fast & Furious (2009), Fast Five (2011), and Fast & Furious 6. (2013). In the latest trailer for Fast & Furious 9, which was released during the Super Bowl earlier this year, Diesel has traded in his life as an outlaw for parenthood.
Dom and his partner Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez), who seem to be living a slower and safer lifestyle, are caught in a conversation about’missing the old life.’
Following Dom’s admission that he missed his old life’everyday, the action and quick editing ramp up to carry audiences on a thrilling ride filled with high-speed chases and breathtaking, fiery crashes.
The bulk of the action takes place behind the wheel, with Dom and Letty ripping up the streets as they fight Dominic’s younger brother Jakob, a dangerous assassin.
According to Deadline, Universal Pictures is preparing two final episodes of the lucrative Fast & Furious franchise, with director Lin returning to the director’s chair.
Lin will have directed seven of the eleven Fast & Furious films, including the forthcoming F9, when all is said and done.
Diesel will reprise his role as Dominic Toretto and produce the film through his One Race Films production company.
Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson (Roman Pearce), Ludacris, Jordana Brewster (Mia Toretto), Nathalie Emmanuel (Megan Ramsey), and Sung Kang are all expected to return (Han).
Charlize Theron is set to reprise her appearance as Cipher, who first appeared in 2017’s The Fate of the Furious and returns in F9.
F9’s new cast members John Cena, Helen Mirren, Cardi B, and Reggaeton singer Ozuna may also return for the final two episodes.