After $714 Million Loss, Fast & Furious 11's Ending Makes Sense

Fast & Furious 11 will be the last film in the franchise, and with a recent trend of diminishing box-office returns and bad reviews, it may be better to stop it.

Vin Diesel said on Instagram that Fast & Furious 11 will conclude the 2001 franchise. While surprising, canceling Fast & Furious after 11 makes sense for several reasons.

With a tentative release date of April 4, 2025, Fast & Furious 11 is already in development. Plot information are scant. Fast & Furious 11 is the last film in the mainline franchise, although Diesel and Universal Pictures can continue the tradition with spin-offs featuring new and returning characters. 

When considering current patterns in the series, closing the book on the series makes logical even though the global phenomena has run out of gas.

There are many exciting things to expect from Fast & Furious 11, but Diesel and Universal Pictures ending Dominic Toretto and his ragtag family's narrative marks the end of an action movie era. 

Diesel once said Fast & Furious 12 would happen, but subsequent revisions eliminate that possibility. Diesel's prior statement about the series' future is fascinating because Fast & Furious 12 was supposed to be the first of a three-part ending that would have stretched the brand too far.

Fast & Furious 11's poor box office performance shows that moviegoers are tired of the long-running franchise, despite its action movie heritage. 

While F9's poor box office performance may have been due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Fast X's cast, budget, and scope should have helped the latest film. The movie is one of the lowest-grossing in the franchise, proving the series should stop.


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