Fast And Furious 10 Shutdown Could Cost $1M A Day


Production on Fast And Furious 10 has been put on hold for a while and it’s being reported that the shutdown could cost the movie $1 million a day.

This report comes to us from Variety who crunched the numbers and revealed that this shutdown could cost Universal Studios a lot of money.

The reason production on the movie has been shutdown is because the film’s original director, Justin Lin, left the project.

He’s still on board as a producer, but they’re going to have to find a new director, and fast.

Lin cited “creative differences” as the reason behind his departure, which is quite surprising.

He has directed many Fast And Furious movies over the years, but it seems as though he didn’t agree with something on the tenth Fast film.

This shutdown on Fast And Furious 10 could cost up to $1 million a day!


Credit: Universal Studios

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Sources in Variety’s reporting indicate that it could cost Universal upwards of $600,000 to $1 million a day.

That’s a lot of money and it’ll be very interesting to see who they end up getting to direct the movie.

This comes after it was revealed that the franchise was going to be coming to an end with Fast And Furious 11.

“With the support of Universal, I have made the difficult decision to step back as director of FAST X, while remaining with the project as a producer,” Lin wrote in a statement announcing his exit.

“Over 10 years and five films, we have been able to shoot the best actors, the best stunts, and the best damn car chases. On a personal note, as the child of Asian immigrants, I am proud of helping to build the most diverse franchise in movie history. I will forever be grateful to the amazing cast, crew and studio for their support, and for welcoming me into the FAST family.”

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Are you looking forward to watching Fast And Furious 10 when it’s finally released?

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