“There’s a reason Tolkien stopped writing”: Vin Diesel says ‘Fast & Furious’ is ‘The Lord of the Rings’ of action movies

The tenth installment of the saga, ‘Fast & Furious X’, hits theaters in May.

the saga At full throttle is getting closer to coming to an end. In May it lands on the billboards Fast & Furious X, the tenth and penultimate chapter of the franchise starring Vin Diesel. Throughout more than two decades, the story about Dominic Toretto and his family has been accumulating successes and everything indicates that he will continue to do so with the deliveries that he has left.

During an event held on the occasion of the premiere of the trailer for Fast & Furious XDiesel has compared At full throttle with The Lord of the rings.

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The actor has spoken with Variety on the difficulties of keeping this franchise alive: “You know what gets more complicated? The work behind the scenes. Thinking about how to expand it. There’s a reason Tolkien stopped writing after a while because it’s so hard to continue mythologies.“.

After naming the writer JRR Tolkien, the aforementioned medium has mentioned to Diesel that At full throttle is “The Lord of the rings of action movies”. To which the interpreter has responded:

This is ‘The Lord of the Rings’ of action movies. Well said. From your mouth to the ears of God. It’s true

Diesel returns once again as Dominic Toretto in Fast & Furious X, which has many returns in its cast. Michelle Rodriguez, John Cena, Tyrese Gibson, Charlize Theron, Nathalie Emmanuel and Ludacris are some of them. However, the film, directed by Louis Leterrier, has also recruited new actors. Jason Momoa gives life to the villain of this installment and two other names that have joined the cast are those of Brie Larson and Daniela Melchior.

fast & furious 9, the ninth installment in the saga, repeated the box office success of the franchise’s predecessors. The film grossed over 726 million dollars all over the world and that it landed on billboards in 2021, when movie theaters were still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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