Fast 11’s Training For Action Scenes Teased In Vin Diesel’s Filming Update

Fast 11’s Training For Action Scenes Teased In Vin Diesel’s Filming Update

 

Vin Diesel behind the wheel of a car in Fast X

Fast & Furious 11 gets an update from franchise star Vin Diesel, who teases the “intense” driving sequences to come. After first getting its start back in 2001, the popular action franchise returned last year with Fast X, the first of a multi-part finale. Although there remains some question about whether there will be a twelfth installment (in addition to the planned Fast & Furious Hobbs spinoff), the eleventh movie is moving forward with returning director Louis Leterrier at the helm

In a recent Instagram post, Diesel shares a Fast & Furious 11 status update, revealing that preparation work for the movie’s driving sequences has already begun.

Diesel films himself having just emerged from a productive meeting for the film, and he teases some of what audiences can expect from the upcoming sequel. Check out his comment below:

“Today, long before we start filming principal photography, we’ve gotta work out so many logistics. And because the driving sequences are going to be so intense in this next chapter we have to start working out the stunt driving sequences early. I’ve got to practice to make sure that it’s as safe as possible while simultaneously being as intense as possible, as intense as you all want it to be.”

Will Fast & Furious 11 Feature More Grounded Action Sequences?

What Fast X Teases About The Next Movie

 

Dom in Fast X Dante (Jason Momoa) holds up a knife while choking Isabel (Daniela Melchior) in Fast X. Isabel (Daniela Melchior) has her hand on the steering wheel of a car in Fast X.
Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto standing in front of multiple cars on fire in Fast X. Vin Diesel as Dom looking worried inside his car in Fast X. A plane crashes in Fast X's ending
Dom in Fast X
Dante (Jason Momoa) holds up a knife while choking Isabel (Daniela Melchior) in Fast X. Isabel (Daniela Melchior) has her hand on the steering wheel of a car in Fast X. Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto standing in front of multiple cars on fire in Fast X. Vin Diesel as Dom looking worried inside his car in Fast X. A plane crashes in Fast X's ending

Although Diesel is hyping up Fast & Furious 11‘s driving sequences, recent installments in the franchise have featured less practical car action and more CGI as the sequences become increasingly outlandish. There’s certainly something to be said for this type of bombastic and ridiculous action (Fast X‘s audience score on Rotten Tomatoes is a strong 84%), but there’s no denying that it’s a far cry from the grounded driving sequences featured in earlier movies. During the Fast X ending, for example, Diesel drives his muscle car down the side of a dam

While Fast X still featured some over-the-top action sequences, it must be said that the film does tone things down somewhat compared to F9. In F9, the franchise leaned into sci-fi, with Roman (Tyrese Gibson) and Tej (Ludacris) actually getting launched into outer space in a Pontiac Fiero. With Leterrier returning as director for Fast & Furious 11, it’s possible that the upcoming movie will be closer in tone to Fast X than F9.

It’s unclear just how much the next movie will rely on CGI for its action sequences, but Diesel’s update does confirm that the film will feature real stunts and practical driving to some extent. Since Fast & Furious 11 could end up being the final film, it would be fitting to return to grounded action akin to some of the franchise’s earlier movies. Many questions remain about the next movie in Diesel’s hit franchise, but work is evidently now underway behind-the-scenes to bring it life.

 

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