Fans of the Fast and the Furious franchise will soon be able to stream the first five films in the franchise on Netflix, giving them the opportunity to binge-watch the entire series in one sitting. The first film in the series of high-octane racing flicks that center on the importance of family was released in 2001, and the franchise is still going strong more than 20 years later. You only need to wait until August 1 (via Collider) to find out where Vin Deisel’s Dom and his crew’s journey first began if you are interested in finding out where it all began.
The Fast and the Furious star a number of well-known actors and actresses, including Paul Walker, Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Rick Yune, Chad Lindberg, Johnny Strong, and Ted Levine. In the movie, a police officer from the Los Angeles Police Department goes undercover into the world of illegal street racing to investigate a group of assailants. This is done in order to find out more information about the suspects.
If you long for the days when the Fast and the Furious franchise was focused more on street racing and less on spy games and heists, then you should watch the first four Fast and Furious movies that are available on Netflix.
Beginning August 1, all five of the original Fast and Furious films are going to be available for streaming on Netflix.
After the release of Fast Five, the subsequent Fast and Furious films began to concentrate more on the action and less on the actual racing. The films in the series, as the series progressed, became increasingly stunning. Despite the fact that things took a different path, Fast Five is considered to be one of the best movies in the series, thus it is still something that should be seen.
The remaining films in the franchise, “2 Fast 2 Furious,” “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift,” and “Fast & Furious,” will all be available on Netflix in the near future.
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If you were unfortunate enough to miss the most recent installment of the Fast and Furious franchise when it was released in theaters, you can now rent or purchase Fast X through services that provide video on demand. This indicates that you are able to add Fast X to your list of binge-watchable shows on Netflix and complete the series. Dante, who is portrayed in the film by Jason Momoa, was portrayed in the most current book in the series as a peculiar villain who had connections to Dom’s (Vin Diesel) earlier life.
In addition to Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jordana Brewster, Sung Kang, Jason Statham, John Cena, Scott Eastwood, Charlize Theron, Brie Larson, Alan Richardson, and Rita Moreno appeared in the successful motion picture.
With the release of Fast X, the long-running Fast and Furious film franchise will finally come to an end. It is widely believed that the upcoming sequel will be the final film to feature many of the fan-favorite characters.
Even though there will most likely be spin-offs of the main series, it appears like Dom’s tale may be concluded in the following film. This is despite the fact that the main series will most likely have spin-offs. Since Diesel has been playing the role for more than 20 years, it is understandable that he may be ready to hang up his boots and head off into the sunset after all these years.
If you long for the days when the Fast and the Furious movies were focused more on street racing and less on spy games and heists, you can catch up on the series by watching all four of the films in the franchise back-to-back on Netflix.
In the month of August, Netflix will add not only the first five Fast & Furious movies but also other timeless classics such as Eat Pray Love, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Lost in Translation, and Bee Movie.
The live-action adaptation of the One Piece anime will be released on August 31, and it will be the most ambitious production that the streaming service has ever attempted to produce. If you enjoy anime and are looking forward to this series, you will have plenty to keep you occupied until then with the Fast movies and other movies that the streamer is adding to the site.
The announcement that the Fast and the Furious series will soon be available on Netflix was first published by GIANT FREAKIN ROBOT.