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Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film

Updated: May 4, 2023


As Fast X's premier is getting everybody is trying to obtain more information about the new characters and their relevance in the film. Total Film magazine has exclusives about Jason Momoa "Dane Reyes" and Brie Larson "Tess" roles in the soon outcoming film.



Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques


Exclusive: Fast X director Louis Leterrier and Jason Momoa reveal the explosive story behind the series’ latest chaos-fuelled entry…


As Fast X marks the beginning of the end of the Fast & Furious franchise, the director and cast opened up about making the new movie to Total Film magazine (opens in new tab). In our cover feature in the latest issue, director Louis Leterrier and series newcomer Jason Momoa explain how they're bringing back classic elements of the franchise as well as pushing the action even further than before.


One key element of this is the return of the old-school, quarter-mile Fast street race, with Dom set to go head-to-head with Momoa's character Dante in Rio. "As a fan, there’s some stuff that I really wanted back from the franchise – the street races [were one]," Leterrier tells Total Film. "That’s the fun of it all: when you’re the head of a movie [series] that you’ve admired and have been a fan of for so many years, you get to bring your fantasies to life!"

As a newcomer to the series, Momoa was surprised by just how much of the action and stunt driving he and his fellow cast were permitted to perform themselves. "This is full adrenaline… It rules," Momoa says with an explosive burst of enthusiasm. "Riding around cobblestone streets in Rome that have centuries of wear, so when you stop, you slide… One of our producers was like, 'We’re letting him drive through Rome like that?' I was like, 'Yeah, man!'"


Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film
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Vehicle coordinator Dennis McCarthy has worked on every Fast film since Tokyo Drift, and estimates that, with each significant car featured on screen requiring around seven duplicates, over 200 cars were built by his workshop for Fast X – all to the race-car standards required for the series’ demanding stunt work. The film will also introduce a fleet of electric vehicles to the series for the first time, including a Dodge Charger Daytona and the upcoming DeLorean Alpha5. "The one thing about Fast & Furious films is: unlike most movies, where you build a car that looks fast, and they’re not really concerned about the performance, on a Fast movie, we build the cars to get the job done as if it were on a race track," McCarthy grins.


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Fast X cast and creators on bringing back street races and pushing the action further than ever before



Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film
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Vin Diesel, Brie Larson and Jason Momoa rev up for action in these exclusive Fast X images


The Fast & Furious franchise has been on the road for more than two decades now, but there’s still plenty of fuel left in the tank. From its humble origins as a street-racing bromance, the series has gotten increasingly more outlandish with every new instalment, becoming one of the highest-grossing movie franchises of all time in the process.


While the finish line might be in sight for the core saga – the eventual Fast 11 will be the end of the road for the main franchise – that doesn’t mean that we can expect the penultimate film to ease off the gas pedal. The latest instalment introduces two huge stars as major new characters.

Fast X obviously follows the events of F9, but it will also return to the events of Fast Five, long considered one of the best in the franchise. Turns out there’s some unfinished business relating to the Rio safe heist in the fifth film. Among the new faces in Fast X are Jason Momoa’s Dante Reyes – the son of the drug lord killed in Fast Five – and Brie Larson’s Tess.


Note: Brie Larson's interview just confirmed my theories, at beginning of February this year, I posted here in my blog that Tess is Mr. Nobody's daughter...hmmm, I am wondering which one of my other theories matches with the current Fast X's plot.


Brie Larson confirms she's playing Mr. Nobody's daughter in Fast X


Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques

Vin Diesel's Fast X is on the cover of the new issue of Total Film magazine, and inside you’ll find in-depth interviews with Vin Diesel, Jason Momoa, Brie Larson and new director Louis Leterrier. Here you can see three exclusive new images from the magazine, featuring Diesel’s franchise stalwart Dom Toretto, Momoa’s silk-shirted Dante and Larson’s Tess, who – it’s revealed in the new Total Film – is the daughter of Kurt Russell’s Mr. Nobody:



Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film
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Brie Larson has shared some new insight into her Fast X character Tess, and it turns out she is linked to a key figure in the franchise. In the cover feature for the latest issue of Total Film magazine(opens in new tab), which hits newsstands this Thursday, the Captain Marvel star confirmed who exactly she's playing.


"Tess is Mr. Nobody's daughter," she revealed. Played by Kurt Russell, Mr. Nobody is a covert agent who's appeared in several of the Fast movies. "She is technically Agency, but she's kind of a bridge, in a way. She doesn't go along with the way that the Agency's headed now that her father isn't there. She believes in the legacy that her father set up, which is standing with Dom and standing with the Toretto family, and is fighting for that. Dom knows that she has a strong mind and definitely respects that she's gone out of her way to talk to him and wants to build trust. What he asks of Tess is a test. Like, if it's an impossible task, and she can get it done, then that's family for life."


Larson added of her character to Total Film: "I would say Tess is a little bit of a mystery. She is part of the Agency, but she also goes rogue and edges more towards the family side, but that means she has a lot to prove. When Dom gives her an impossible task that's going to require a lot of thought and effort and also is putting herself at risk, she doesn't question it. I think that shows who she is, that she's willing to go to those lengths. She agrees to do it because she wants to show up for this family the way that her father did. She's also really intelligent. Tess plays the game well. She's not afraid of going on her own mission to do what she feels is right in her heart."


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Brie Larson confirms she's playing Mr. Nobody's daughter in Fast X


Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film

With Kurt Russell's Mr. Nobody presumed dead (or missing) after the events of F9, franchise newcomer Brie Larson has finally confirmed that she'll be playing his daughter Tess - and it sounds like she'll be a powerful ally for the Toretto's.


"Tess is Mr. Nobody's daughter. She is technically Agency, but she's kind of a bridge, in a way. She doesn't go along with the way that the Agency's headed now that her father isn't there. She believes in the legacy that her father set up, which is standing with Dom and standing with the Toretto's family and is fighting for that. Dom knows that she has a strong mind and definitely respects that she's gone out of her way to talk to him and wants to build trust. What he asks of Tess is a test. Like, if it's an impossible task, and she can get it done, then that's family for life."


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Vin Diesel, Brie Larson, and Jason Momoa rev up for action in these exclusive Fast X images



Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film
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On another note, worth mentioning, Screenrant is playing with the possibility of an epic union between villains, something that sound good but after watching Vin Diesel's and Louis Leterrier's interviews during the trailer release I think that the is too much in the plate already with the newcomer's characters and Dom's team/family to be able to also approach a war against all the past villains agglomerates


The Fast & Furious franchise has built up a huge rogues gallery, and Fast X could be leading to a huge villain team-up event in Fast 11. Though 2001's The Fast and Furious was a simple crime drama about a cop bonding with the criminal he's trying to take down, the series has grown into a huge blockbuster franchise full of theatrical baddies. From the Tony Montana-inspired Carter Verone (Cole Hauser) in 2 Fast 2 Furious to tech supervillain Cipher (Charlize Theron), who is making her third appearance in Fast X, the Fast & Furious saga's villains are becoming just as over-the-top as Dominic Toretto's seemingly invincible family.


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Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film
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With Fast X marking Cipher's third Fast & Furious movie, her presence seemingly gives the franchise a suitable overarching villain. However, the series is now full of colorful and eccentric bad guys ranging from Miami mobsters to literal superheroes. Along with Cipher, Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw features the villain Brixton Lore (Idris Elba), who has a super suit that rivals Tony Stark's Iron Man suit. Then there's Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham), who's something of an anti-hero and switches sides whenever it suits him, just like Jakob (John Cena). And Fast X will introduce a new, unknown villain played by Jason Mamoa, adding to the movie's immense star power.



Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques

Cipher has clearly been built up as The Fast & Furious's own Thanos-level threat, and she could lead a villain team. She's the only villain who has returned for a second movie, and she's back in Fast X too. Of all the villains in the franchise, Cipher is the smartest and has billions of dollars worth of tech at her disposal. In F9, she was even held captive in a glass cell, just like Loki was in The Avengers. While she doesn't seem like she could cause that much damage without any tech, every character in the series thinks otherwise, and everyone who comes into contact with her fears her. That kind of fear isn't totally justified and Cipher hasn't earned that reputation, at least not on-screen. But given her huge network of allies, her intelligence, and her billion-dollar toys, she could certainly rally together and lead a team of villains against Dom and his gang. Though Mamoa's role in Fast X isn't totally clear, he, along with Shaw, Mose Jakande, Riley Hicks, Brixton, and even Takeshi could become an epic team of villains that could finally be a threat to Dom's increasingly invincible family. And a line-up of villains played by Theron, Elba, Statham, Cena and Mamoa is a team with star power that even outdoes its main cast.


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Vin Diesel's Fast X Epic Villain Team Up Theory & More From Total Film
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Fast and furious Fast X part one instalment has been cleared for theatrical release in China, as has Fast X — the penultimate installment in Universal’s long-running Fast & Furious action franchise. Dates are still to be set for both films in the market which has increasingly been handing out day-and-date releases for Hollywood titles even if audiences have been somewhat tepid of late. Hope springs.


Fast X, from director Louis Leterrier, goes a week earlier with international play revving up on May 17 and the U.S. and Canada joining on May 19. The Fast movies have been major attractions in China with the franchise (including Hobbs & Shaw) grossing over $1.2B since Fast & Furious 6 in 2013. F9 in 2021 had a staggered overseas release with China going a full five weeks ahead of domestic amid recovery in offshore markets.


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That's all for today ladies and gentlemen, I hope that you enjoyed the blog as much as I enjoyed pulling the information together for you. Stay Tuned!! will be more to come soon.




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