Vin Diesel and the cast of Fast & Furious 9 celebrate box office success: ‘Theatres are back’

While we’re in Spain, counting the few days left for Fast & Furious 9’s premiere in our cinemas, Vin Diesel’s family celebrates with the impressive box office data the movie debuted in the US. Justin Lynn’s movie raised nearly $70 million in its first weekend in North America, becoming the best-selling premiere in times of a pandemic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..

It was the biggest movie spread since Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. More than 4,100 cinemas have shown the ninth installment of the saga, though It only made the 6th best premiere of the franchise I did it in a much more complicated time than all the previous films. The capacity of the rooms is still limited, there are still areas that cannot be opened and the vaccination is completely stagnant. But none of that dampened the ‘Fast 9’ party, which celebrated in style for the first time, which, without a doubt, was in vogue.

I think the best feeling is the idea of ​​people going back to the movie experience. It feels good to say, “The movies are back!” His name is Vin Diesel diverse. The actor thanked Universal Pictures for trusting in a theatrical-only release and confirms it “take off his hat”. Charlize Theron also commented on the adorable premiere: “It’s amazing. Just thinking about the fact that they’re going for the ninth movie, it’s impressive. It’s a perfect movie to help us come back.”. Jordana Brewster adds: “It’s really cool. It’s nice to be back in the cinema, period!”.

Everything stays in the family

We remember that on Friday, July 2, Fast & Furious 9 will finally be shown in theaters in Spain. In it, in addition to watching the return of saga veterans like Michelle Rodriguez or Ludacris, and star signings like Charlize Theron or Helen Mirren, we’ll welcome John Cena as the brother of Dominic Toretto, the main antagonist of this rendition.

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Terry Alexander

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