The sequels to Furious 7 have already been confirmed, and here's all that is known about them so far.
The franchise might be concluding with the eighth instalment but it's going to be a phenomenal production, packing in the worth of three chapters.
Deadline had exclusively learned that Fast and Furious 8 will be drawing the curtains on the speed thriller. Additionally, the publication also reported that director Justin Lin, who helmed the Fast movies before Furious 7 -- which has been directed by James Wan -- might be returning for the final bow. The plan for the finale is pretty unique and ambitious, as it is set to be a "multi-part production" and there will multiple movies filmed together for the big 8.
Earlier last year, it was also revealed that Walker's younger brother Cody, who stepped in to help finish the film after Walker's death, will be continuing with the franchise. It is highly likely that he will be featured in the sequel to Furious 7 as a new character.
A production source revealed the news to MailOnline on June 2. "Paul's character Brian O'Connor will be seen retiring, while his younger brother will join the crew," she said.
Furious 7 will take off from where Fast and Furious 6 left off. Wan took over the director's role from Lin, who had announced earlier in the year that he was stepping away from directing the franchise.
The cast for the seventh instalment reprising their roles include Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Luke Evans, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris and Jordana Brewster. UFC Womens Bantam weight champion Ronda Rousey and ONG Bak star Tony Jaa will also star in the film.
Fast and Furious 7 will hit theaters in April 3, 2015.
Watch the trailer for Furious 7 here: