top of page

Vin Diesel's Fast X New Poster and The 95th Academy Awards

Updated: Mar 23

The 95th Academy Awards have come and gone this past week in Los Angeles, and Vin Diesel enjoyed the Oscars Academy Award ceremony biggest night on Hollywood as he use to do every year around. In another note today Universal Studios released to social media the first official poster to Fast X.

Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques

Universal and Vin Diesel have a new official poster for Fast X and was introduced to the public today, I like the concept where we are able to distingue A Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) leading his team with old and new characters with the two antagonists at his back, also nice that the X of 10 is connecting Los Angeles today in the background with rio do Janeiro's Fast Five at the front.


May 19th… only two months away. Wow, so excited for this one.

#FastX @vindiesel

Fast X Gets a New Poster

The Fast X poster has Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto front and center. He's flanked by Charlize Theron's Cipher to the left, and Jason Momoa's new villainous character, Dante Reyes, on the right. Momoa's connection to Fast & Furious comes as the son of Fast Five villain Hernan Reyes, played by Joaquim de Almeida. Of course, we also have the mainstays like Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Mia (Jordana Brewster), Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel), Tej (Ludacris), and Han (Sung Kang). Returning is Jakob (John Cena) and Shaw (Jason Statham), with newcomers Brie Larson, Daniela Melchior, and Alan Ritchson.

Family is all that matters in a new poster for Fast X. The 10th film in the original Fast & Furious franchise is gearing up for the final lap, with new threats and returning friends front and center. What began with simple street racing quickly evolved to action-adventure escapades, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance with each and every movie. Fast X races into theaters on May 19th, so it's time for Universal Pictures to open up its ticket presale. Before checking out the new Fast X poster, Fast & Furious fans can head over to to order tickets before they're all gone.

Fast X May Have a Post-Credits Scene

The flagship Fast & Furious franchise is set to end in the next few years, capping off a wild ride of action, heart, and family. It has been anyone's guess as to how the saga will come to a close, but based on the early marketing for this year's Fast X, it is sure to be a wild, star-studded rise. A new report from The Hollywood Reporter's Heat Vision newsletter adds even more intrigue to that possibility, revealing that Fast X is currently shooting a "button or tag" — possibly an end-credits scene — "that may or may not have a guest cameo." We'll have to wait and see exactly which established star, or even new actor, from the expansive franchise that could end up being.

To read more about this article please double click on the logo, thank you

Fast X Gets a New Poster

Penultimate 'Fast and Furious' Film 'Fast X' Receives New Poster

After months of build-up, the official release of the penultimate Fast and Furious film, Fast X, is now right around the corner. Accompanied by a ticket pre-sale for North American audiences, Fast X has now received a new poster for the upcoming blockbuster. Serving as a sequel to 2021's F9, the film will see Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) fight to protect his crew and family from Cipher and new foe Dante Reyes. Played by Jason Momoa, Dante Reyes is the son of drug lord Hernan Reyes, seeking revenge for his father's death in Fast Five (2011). His revenge plan will see Toretto and his family drive around the world, going from Los Angeles to Rome, Brazil, London, Portugal, and even Antarctica. Along the way, Toretto uncovers Dante's true plan and the drivers make new allies and meet old enemies.

Penultimate 'Fast and Furious' Film 'Fast X' Receives New Poster

Penultimate 'Fast and Furious' Film 'Fast X' Receives New Poster. “In the end, family is all that matters.”

The 95th Academy Awards have come and gone last weekend in Los Angeles, where the Pre and Post Oscars' parties are being held since August 8th, 2023 and of course Vin Diesel was present in all the gatherings including the big night at the Oscars Academy Award ceremony on March 12, 2023. Below is Vin Diesel's post to social media with our admired and beloved for many Brendan Fraser an actor missed in the spot light for a long time but and now that is back he is receiving all the love and admiration that his fans hold for him until now.




'Everything Everywhere All at Once' won best picture; acting nods for Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis; and writing and directing Oscars for Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. Brendan Fraser was named best actor for 'The Whale.'

Oscars: Complete Winners List