There are only two more installments left for the main saga of “Fast and Furious” to finally reach its conclusion, but this does not mean that it is the final conclusion of the franchise, which has remained in force before the public for almost 20 years.
Vin Diesel, who in addition to acting in these films is the producer, has commented in various interviews during the promotion of “F9”, the most recent installment of the saga, that “nothing is out of the question” when it comes to new ideas that can be used in your new deliveries.
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However, a recent appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” has revealed that Diesel is keen to turn “Fast and Furious” into a musical. Yes, a musical. “Well, I’m dying to do a musical,” Diesel commented. “I’ve been dying to make a musical my whole life. I came very close to doing ‘Guys and Dolls’ with Steven Spielberg, but we ended up not doing it. ”
Vin Diesel revealed that he has long considered playing Nathan Detroit in “Guys and Dolls” would be an “interesting role to renew,” taking into account that it is a role associated with the performance of singer Frank Sinatra.
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While the idea of a musical properly inspired by the “Fast and Furious” saga seems far too improbable, Vin Diesel’s desire for a music-related project seems genuine. After all, the actor released a track last year titled “Feel Like I Do,” which was preceded by “Days Are Gone.”
“For a long time, I have promised to release music. Encouraged by you to get out of my comfort zone. Thanks for believing in me. As always, I hope to make you proud, “Vin Diesel wrote in a statement addressed to his fans after the release of his first song.