Omar Sy Has Been Cast In Fast 11 (EXCLUSIVE)


In an exciting twist for the Fast & Furious franchise, it has been confirmed that Omar Sy, the charismatic French actor known for his diverse roles in both French and English films, will be joining the cast for the upcoming instalment, tentatively known as Fast 11. This information comes from an inside source close to the project, and it adds a new level of anticipation for the upcoming film.

Sy, whose acting career spans sketch comedy, mystery, and drama, is lauded for his magnetism, warmth, and irresistible charm. Born and raised in Trappes, a banlieue outside Paris, Sy’s acting journey began with voice impressions in comedy sketches on Radio Nova with a friend from his neighbourhood, the comic artist Jamel Debbouze. His breakthrough came when he won the César Award for best actor in 2011 for his performance in The Intouchables. He has since continued to impress with his performances in X-Men: Days of Future Passed, Jurassic World, and Burnt among others.

Omar Sy’s Reunion with Louis Leterrier in Fast 11


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What makes Sy’s casting even more intriguing is that it will mark another collaboration with director Louis Leterrier, known for creating The Transporter franchise with Jason Statham and for directing the magical heist film Now You See Me and Netflix’s Lupin series.

Sy and Leterrier have a history of successful collaborations, having worked together on the popular Netflix series Lupin, where Sy’s performance as a character who’s inspired by iconic French gentleman thief Arsène Lupin received widespread acclaim. They also teamed up for the sequel to the 2012 action comedy On the Other Side of the Tracks, where Sy reprised his role as Ousmane Diakité, a cop with a unique style and background​.

Leterrier’s understanding of the Fast & Furious franchise is evident from his work on the upcoming Fast X, and fans have high expectations for what he can bring to Fast 11 with Sy on board.

The Fast & Furious franchise has long been renowned for its spectacular action, emotion, and twists, and with Sy’s casting, it seems Fast 11 will be no exception. With his extensive range and natural charisma, Sy promises to bring an exciting new dynamic to the franchise.

Fans are eagerly awaiting confirmation of Sy’s role in the film. With the ensemble cast of the Fast & Furious franchise slated to return, including Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, and others, Sy will certainly be in good company.

Omar Sy and Louis Leterrier have worked on multiple projects together

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Omar Sy’s casting in Fast 11 is a testament to his growing international stature, and it is another exciting chapter in his ongoing collaboration with Louis Leterrier. His magnetic presence and versatility as an actor will undoubtedly bring a fresh and exciting energy to the Fast & Furious franchise. As fans eagerly await further news on Fast 11, the anticipation is only set to grow.

We have reached out to Omar Sy’s representation for comment on this story. They declined to comment.

What do you make of this news? Are you looking forward to seeing Omar Sy in Fast 11? Who do you think he’ll play in the movie? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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  1. wordle

    He has a lovely character and Jimmy didn’t explore that at all, learning English shouldn’t have been the focus. I think Trevor Noah would be a better interviewer.

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