An all-female Fast & Furious spin-off is in the works
Whilst the 10 'core' Fast & Furious films are very nearly all finished (with potentially not brilliant rumours that the 10th film will be a two-parter) and the spin-off film Hobbs & Shaw being releaased last year, you'd think that maybe momentum is running extremely low on the franchise. However, according to Vin Diesel in a recent interview, that's far from the case. He's revealed that he's been working on another spin-off of the Fast & Furious universe that will have one very cool and key difference between the core films and the Hobbs & Shaw excursion. That key difference is that it will be an all-female main cast!
Vin Diesel revealed this potentially game-changing piece of information in the interview above at around 5:22. Whilst it's not really a confirmation that a female-centric Fast & Furious film is going to happen, Vin Diesel clearly really wants it to happen. It's not as if this is totally impossible, either. Despite threatening to quit a few years ago due to her issues with the franchise's writing and treatment of female characters, it's almost certain that Michelle Rodriguez would return as Letty Ortiz.
Now that that previous issue she had with the franchise has been settled, Rodriguez is definitely on board with the idea. As she says in the interview; "all the power pieces would need to be in place. See what Charlize [Theron] is doing? We’d be like, ‘Can we talk you into being a good girl?’ She’s so bad in this, right? She’s so mean. I love her, though." Nathalie Emannuel (Ramsey) also expressed support for Vin Diesel's female-centric Fast & Furious film, saying in the interview that "I think it should be like a badass girl movie. It’d be cool to have a sort of Charlie’s Angels-type vibe but with, like, all women. I think that’s kind of fun."
There are no shortage of other characters from the franchise's past that they could ressurect for an all-female spin-off too. Gisele Yashar, played by Gal Gadot, could also make a return; yes, Gisele is supposed to be dead, but so was Letty! Helen Mirren could reprise her role too, as could Vanessa Kirby, Elsa Pataky, Nathalie Kelley, Eva Mendes and Devon Aoki. Basically, so long as the writing is done well, the sky is the limit for a film like this.