Jordana Brewster reveals who she wants to cast in the all-female Fast & Furious spin-off
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Michelle Rodriguez. Jordana Brewster. Eva Mendes. Devon Aoki. Elsa Pataky. Gina Carano. Helen Mirren. Vanessa Kirby. Eiza Gonzalez. Gal Gadot. Ronda Rousey. Nathalie Emmanuel. Charlize Theron.
In the ten Fast & Furious movies so far (including the Hobbs & Shaw spin-off), they have featured some of the best female action stars in the genre, and in recent years, there has been talk of an all-female Fast & Furious spin-off in the works.
With the upcoming Fast & Furious 10 Part One and Part Two apparently ending the franchise as we know it, that will very much not be the end of the series.
There is a sequel to the Hobbs & Shaw spin-off also in development, and when we chatted to Jordana Brewster - who has been a part of the franchise since it began in 2001 - in the run up to the release of Fast 9, we had to know a bit more about this all-female movie.
You can check out our full interview with Brewster right here:
During our chat, in which she reveals being VERY happy to be getting back into the thick of the action scenes for the first time since Fast Five, we chatted about the potential all-female spin-off.
And we had two very simple questions: Have there been any updates on it yet? And who would she love to join that cast?
Brewster told us the following:
"So, okay, so there have been no official talks yet. I mean, there have been rumours circulating and sort of unofficial talks but no official talks yet. But my dream would be - You know who I would love? I would love to keep Charlize Theron and to keep Helen Mirren and Nathalie Emmanuel and Michelle [Rodriguez] and I.
"And I would also love to add in Phoebe Waller-Bridge. I feel like that would be amazing. And who else would be just like kick ass... I feel like Jodie Comer, I think, would be super, super fun. So yeah, I just feel like that kind of spin-off would be lots and lots of fun."
Fast & Furious 9 is out in Irish cinemas on Thursday, 24 June.
Clip via Universal Ireland