Fast and Furious Movies in Order (2023) – There is no logic to the way the Fast and Furious movies are named or in their order. And honestly, as much as I love this franchise, it needs to be approached with your disbelief disabled. Can a Fierce really go to space? Can you haul a safe with a pair of Dodge Chargers through the streets of Rio?
Does anyone really like a crustless tuna sandwich? However, when you put physics and reality aside, the Fast and Furious saga unlocks a pleasure center in your brain that you may not have known existed.
That said, the characters in these movies have a wonderful parable: they go from being ordinary TV thieves to international superheroes tasked with saving the world over and over again… with cars.
Fast and Furious Movies in Order
- The Fast and the Furious: Full Throttle (2001)
- 2 Fast 2 Furious: Full Throttle 2 (2003)
- Fast & Furious: Even Faster (2009)
- Los Bandoleros (2009)
- Fast & Furious 5 (2011)
- Fast & Furious 6 (2013)
- The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)
- Fast & Furious 7 (2015)
- Fast & Furious 8 (2017)
- Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)
- F9 (2021)
- Fast and Furious 10 (2023)
How to Watch the Fast and Furious Movies By Release Date
- The Fast and the Furious – (18 June 2001)
- 2 Fast 2 Furious – (3 June 2003)
- The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift – (4 June 2006)
- Fast & Furious – (12 March 2009)
- Los Bandoleros (28 July 2009)
- Fast Five – (15 April 2011)
- Fast & Furious 6 – (7 May 2013)
- Furious 7 – (16 March 2015)
- The Fate of the Furious – (4 April 2017)
- Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw – (2 August 2019)
- F9: The Fast Saga – (19 May 2021)
- Fast and Furious 10 – (19 May 2023)
The Fast & Furious saga returns to theaters to, after almost a year of hiatus due to the pandemic, return to mass public to theaters around the world with what is already its ninth installment.
And counting the spin-off starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham, Hobbs and Shaw, there are already 10 films in one of the highest-grossing franchises in history with more than 6,000 million dollars at the box office and that will continue to expand with two more installments. of the main saga and some other spin-off. Before that happens and the volume of the Fast & Furious movies becomes unmanageable, it’s time to get the timeline of Toretto, Hobbs, Shaw and company in order .
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The FAST and the FURIOUS (2001)
The starting point of the franchise was inspired by actual street racing and a Vice article on the subject. Brian O’Conner and Dominic Toretto , played by Paul Walker and Vin Diesel , respectively, begin in this film as adversaries on opposite sides of the law. Brian is an undercover cop who is trying to capture Dom and his family through an extensive undercover operation. However, at the end of the film, they both go over to the same side.
2 Fast 2 Furious: Full Throttle 2 (2003)
With the spotlight on Brian O’Conner this time around, Walker starred in the film, set in Miami , which introduced a couple of new characters to aid in his investigation of a local drug lord. Tyrese Gibson and Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges joined the cast, to repeat in subsequent installments.
FAST & FURIOUS: EVEN FASTER (2009)
Eight years after its debut, the franchise began to take the step to consolidate. Almost all of the original cast from the first film are back, although the plot of this film ends with Letty , played by Michelle Rodriguez , prompting Dom and Brian to seek revenge. The installment brings back Diesel, Walker, and Jordana Brewster, and introduces Gal Gadot .
FAST & FURIOUS 5 (2011)
After becoming entangled with drug cartels and organized crime through street racing, the franchise was about to take a turn into the heist genre , and Dom, Brian and the gang team up to rob a boss. of Brazilian crime. Han Lue returns following his first appearance in Tokyo Race , as well as Tyrese Gibson, Chris Bridges, and Gal Gadot; and as a novelty, the arrival of Elena, played by Elsa Pataky. But perhaps the biggest addition was the film’s villain, and later Toretto family ally, agent Luke Hobbs , played by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.
FAST & FURIOUS 6 (2013)
Although Letty apparently died, in this film it is discovered that she is still alive, and returns as an ally of the villainous Owen Shaw, played by Luke Evans. With him, the Shaw family is introduced, who will be the antagonists in several of the later installments. With this film, the franchise introduces a new plot focused on high-tech espionage and robbery. Jason Statham ‘s character , Deckard Shaw, appears in the post-credits scene, ready to take on his brother De he Owen de he’s enemies.
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)
This film did not have the participation of any of the main actors of the saga, offering a completely new story through also new characters. Starring Sean Boswell , played by Lucas Black , and Han Lue , played by Sung Kang , the film tells the story of Sean, forced to move to Tokyo after legal trouble in the United States. With this installment, the saga was opened to other markets and consolidated worldwide. Although not a major role, Vin Diesel returns as Dom at the end of the film, tying this installment into the series’ continuity.
FAST & FURIOUS 7 (2015)
Deckard Shaw is not only seeking revenge for his brother, but also a piece of technology that could be a dangerous surveillance tool in the wrong hands. Mr. Nobody , played by Kurt Russell , appears for the first time in this film . Fast & Furious 7 also ties up some loose ends with an appearance by Sean Boswell from Tokyo Race. Sadly, this would also be Brian O’Conner’s last appearance, as Paul Walker was killed in a car accident.
FAST & FURIOUS 8 (2017)
The film introduces Cipher, a villain brought to life by Charlize Theron and who was apparently the mind behind Owen’s plans in the sixth installment. Dom enlists the help of Hobbs, while Deckard Shaw also joins the heroes.
HOBBS & SHAW (2019)
Hobbs and Shaw are forced to team up to defeat Brixton, played by Idris Elba , to stop a biological threat that could change humanity forever. And it’s a family affair, as Shaw’s sister, Hattie , joins the mission, as does Hobbs’ extended family in Samoa.
F9: The Fast Saga (2021)
And here comes the, until now, the last installment of the franchise that, although it has flashbacks that go back to the youth of Dominic Toretto and, therefore, would be the zero kilometer of the saga, its main plot is located after the events of the ninth installment and after Hobbs and Shaw . The film presents Dom Toretto leading a quiet life with Letty and her son, little Brian, after the confrontation in the previous installment with the cunning Chiper… but danger always lurks. …
Fast X (2023)
The place where Fast X will land is in the air. Louis Leterrier took over as director after Lin left. There are several new cast members, including Jason Momoa as an unidentified antagonist, Rita Moreno as the matriarch and grandmother of the Toretto family (it’s debatable why Vin Diesel thought we needed this), Daniela Melchior, Brie Larson, and Alan Ritchson in unspecified parts.
Jason Statham, reprising his role as Deckard Shaw in the main trilogy, will appear in the movie. Oscar winners Rita Moreno and Jason Momoa will both make their series debuts as villains. Additionally, Charlize Theron will make a comeback as the persistent foe and hacker Cipher. Before the tenth movie, it wouldn’t surprise us if this one ended on a cliffhanger.