Universals Fast X appeared to be getting a digital release date after just a few weeks in cinemas.
According to Microsoft, Fast X is available for pre-order now in SD, HD and UHD and will be available June 9th for $24.99. The tenth episode of Fast and Furious The franchise hit theaters on May 19. This digital release date has not been officially confirmed by Universal.
Fast X has only been in theaters for a few weeks, but has already hit a major milestone at the global box office, grossing $500 million over the four-day Memorial Day weekend. Of that total, $399.3 million came from international markets, including $108 million from the domestic box office, for a worldwide total of $507.26 million. Compared to the rest Fast & Furious Franchise, the performance of Fast X is above the earnings of F9 And Hobbs & Shawbut among those of The fate of the angry ($541.9 million) and angry 7 ($397.6 million). In total, the entire franchise has earned over $7 billion worldwide to date.
“Fast X” topped the international box office
Additionally, the film quickly dominated the international box office after its theatrical release, making it the second-highest worldwide theatrical release at the time in 2023 and the film’s second-biggest foreign release Fast franchise behind The fate of the angry. On his first cinema weekend Fast X earned about $80.3 million in China alone.
Fast Xthe tenth part of Fast & Furious In the saga, Jason Momoa plays Dante, the son of Brazilian drug lord Hernan Reyes, who was overthrown by Dom and his crew in 2011 Fast five. Momoa joined in January 2022 alongside Charlize Theron, who will return to the franchise, which debuted in 2017, in the role of criminal mastermind Cipher The fate of the angry.
Franchise star Vin Diesel announced that production had started on the 10th Fast and Furious Movie in February 2022. Before fast 9 even entered the development that Diesel had planned Fast X is intended to be the first part of a two-part conclusion Fast sagawhich began with The Fast and the Furious in 2001. However, he recently announced that the franchise’s two-part finale would be expanded into a trilogy. “When we were making this film, the studio asked if it could be a two-parter,” Diesel said. “And after the studio saw that one, they said, ‘Could you make the finale a trilogy?'”
Fast X is in cinemas now.