After a recent report by Deadline and the already more or less concrete statement by Vin Diesel in February, it is now very likely that the "Fast & Furious" saga will finally end with Part 10 and Part 11. So after the release of part 9 in May next year, fans can look forward to a probably spectacular double final with Dominic Toretto and Co. If you believe Deadline, the right man for the direction is already in the starting blocks, namely "Tokyo Drift" director Justin Lin. It doesn't seem that unlikely, because Lin has worked on four films in the series so far and is therefore largely responsible for the gigantic success. Even though there is no reliable information on the story of the double final yet, it seems very likely that most of the traditional cast around Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Sung Kang and Co. will be back in the game.
But before that happens, "Fast and Furious 9" adds a chapter to the story before it leads into the grand finale. WWE superstar John Cena will appear in the next part as Toretto's enemy brother Jakob and possibly have a few more conflicts with Dom. So you can look forward to May 28, 2021, when "Fast & Furious 9" will probably be released. Unfortunately there is no information about a potential release of parts 10 and 11 at the moment.
By the way: there are rumors that Tom Holland is currently in talks with Vin Diesel for an appearance in the double final of "Fast & Furious 10 and 11". What would you think about a "Spider-Man appearance" in the franchise? Write it down in the comments!