Fast & Furious is keeping it in the family for the franchise's latest installment, F9. ET has confirmed that Vin Diesel's 11-year-old son, Vincent Sinclair, will have a cameo in F9 as the younger version of his dad's character, Dominic Toretto.
"I can't tell anyone," Diesel said at the time, playing coy. "[But] it is so awesome!"
"It's a testament to the franchise, it's a testament to all the work that everyone has done and it's a testament to the integrity," he added. "As a thespian, as someone who started acting when I was seven years old, it's wonderful to dance with other acclaimed thespians and try to make magic."
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The Fast & Furious franchise is nearing the end of their road. After F9, there will be two more films before fans will have to say goodbye to Toretto and the Fast family.
Director Justin Lin has been tapped to help wrap up the celebrated saga. The filmmaker is already gearing up to work on the 10th and 11th installments, which will conclude the core storyline of the franchise, according to multiple reports.
According to Variety, this does not mean that the Fast & Furious universe is coming to a close, just the main storyline saga that's followed the hot rod racer-turned-international espionage agent and his "family," made up of his actual family and his close friends.
F9 is scheduled for release in theaters on June 25.