Hobbs And Shaw Might Be Turned Into A Trilogy By Universal Pictures

Hobbs and Shaw hit cinemas this year, and it did pretty well at the box office.

It didn’t do as well as many people thought it would, but it didn’t do terribly.

The movie grossed $173.9 million in the United States and Canada, and $586.5 million in other international territories.

It ended up making a total of $760.4 million worldwide.

The film was made on a pretty big budget.

It was made for $200 million, which is a very big budget.

Hobbs and Shaw starred Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.

They were reprising their roles of Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw from the Fast and Furious franchise.

The film also starred Idris Elba, Vanessa Kirby, Eiza González, Cliff Curtis, and Helen Mirren.

It looks like Hobbs and Shaw won’t be the only Fast and Furious spinoff movie.

It’s been reported by We Got This Covered that Universal Pictures is planning on turning Hobbs and Shaw into a trilogy.

Hobbs and Shaw could be about to be turned into a trilogy

Hobbs and Shaw will be made into a trilogy

Hobbs and Shaw will be made into a trilogy – Credit: Universal Pictures

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That really does make sense given how popular the first movie was.

Dwayne Johnson is also arguably one of the most bankable stars working in Hollywood today.

His films make an awful lot of money and people really seem to want to go to the cinema to watch his films.

His Jumanji movies have done well at the box office and he’s basically the reason the Fast and Furious franchise is still going.

Before Johnson joined the series in Fast Five, it wasn’t looking very good for the Fast and Furious franchise.

Now, it might not all be down to Johnson’s involvement in the franchise, but he certainly helped its longevity.

Hobbs and Shaw was directed by David Leitch and written by Chris Morgan and Drew Pearce, from a story by Morgan.

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