We've got a new release date for Fast and Furious 9!

'Fast and Furious 9' Moved Back a Year to 2020

'Fast and Furious 9' Pushed Back to 2020

One saga. That's how Vin Diesel announced on Instagram that the franchise would get two more installments after the release of Fast 8.

On Wednesday night, Tyrese Gibson, who plays Roman in the franchise, took to his Instagram account to call out his co-star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson for being the cause.

The movie had originally been announced for April 19 2019, but no director had been announced.

"#FastFamily right? Nah.it's about #TeamDewayne #3yrs will it be worth the wait?", Gibson continues.

While Fast & Furious 9 was intended for a theatrical release on April 19, 2019, the site Heat Vision just to tell us that, in reality, the studio Universal had shifted the film's release almost a year since F&F 9 is now scheduled for April 10, 2020.

It has been rumored that all cast members will be returning to the set of F9 except Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as he has yet to officially sign on. It's too bad Tyrese, the "passionate film critic", disagrees. Gibson argued as much in his first message to Johnson on Instagram in September.

The actor went on to take yet another shot at Johnson's poorly received 2017 comedy "Baywatch" (a recent favorite pastime of Gibson's that's as petty as it is hilarious), wondering if the Hobbs flick "will.be another #BayWatch?" "I don't wanna hear from you until you remember what we talked about".

"I have never and will never have a problem with this major movie star he's my brother", he added on his own page. It's unclear whether Furious 10 will relocate. Any concerns are surely not financial, since the franchise gives nearly guaranteed box office returns at this point, and the new release date places the film in theatres during the popular Easter weekend - indicating confidence on the part of the studio.

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