Fast And Furious 9’s First Trailer Reveals Han’s Surprising Return

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Fast And Furious 9’s first trailer has arrived and it looks like more adrenaline-fuelled bombastic fun.

The Fast And Furious franchise, or as they call it, the Fast Saga, has been a massive rollercoaster ride.

Last year we had the franchise’s first spinoff movie in Hobbs And Shaw, and that film was pretty fun.

However, it looks like it’s going to be back to basics with Fast And Furious 9.

That said, it’s still going to be bigger and madder than ever.

Fast And Furious 9 is also going to feature more John Cena (didn’t you see him in the previous movies?) than any of the previous movies in the franchise.

He’s been cast as Jacob who’s Dominic Toretto’s (Vin Diesel) younger and a whole lot angrier brother.

It seems as though he wants revenge for something and he’s teaming up with Charlize Theron’s Cipher.

But then the trailer ends with the biggest shock of all.

Yep, Fast And Furious 9 is going to see Han (Sung Kang), who had died in Fast And Furious: Tokyo Drift.

But it looks like he’s still alive somehow.

Fast And Furious 9’s trailer teases Han’s return

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There have been a whole load of theories about how he might have been able to cheat death.

I’ve seen a lot of people claiming that he’s actually Han’s twin brother.

This could end up being the case because these movies are basically one big and long telenovela.

A pretty expensive telenovela to boot.

The film’s marketing department has also managed to get the hashtag Justice For Han trending on Twitter.

Why would they be asked for Justice For Han if Han was still alive?

It doesn’t make much sense. Then again, nothing makes sense with these movies.

The best thing to do is to go and see it and immerse yourself in the bonkers action.

What did you make of Fast And Furious 9’s trailer?

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