F9 just finished its ninth weekend in theaters and has been available to stream on at-home digital platforms since late last month. The Fast & Furious movies are unsurprisingly top earners, and 2021 continues this trend. F9 is currently the No. 1-earning Hollywood film of the year and No. 2 on the domestic front (with Black Widow on top). Tenth and eleventh installments for the main Fast film series have been long in the works to complete the saga, and they are expected to shoot back-to-back starting in 2022.
With the release date of Eternals fast approaching, Marvel has shared the final trailer in which different members of the Eternals discuss their role on Earth and which showed the aforementioned Deviants for the first time, while also quickly explaining why they had never interfered before in some of the biggest battles, as was Thanos’ invasion in Avengers: Endgame. Here’s what happens with the Eternals, why they can’t interfere in major conflicts, and why they are getting involved in them now.
As epic as that cake is, Meadow Walker’s response was more about their familial connection than about the cake itself, which seems to be a nod to the Dodge Charger that Dominic Toretto is fond of driving and appears in the F9 film. Speaking of appearing in the Fast and Furious films, those of you who saw F9 may already know the movie actually featured little Vincent. It was Justin Lin’s idea to bring Vin’s real kid into the movie, and Diesel shared the story a few months ago with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show.