• Get Out Of The House To Watch The Entire Fast and Furious Franchise For Free

If you’re not tired of the F&F series as some are, this might be a good incentive to get off the couch and into the theaters.

Fast & Furious 9 is set to make its debut in theaters on June 25th as one of the first major blockbuster movies to be released since Covid-19 ruined the better part of two years. To help create some mojo surrounding F9’s release and, ultimately, increase its theatrical success, Universal Studios is promoting what it calls “Fast Friday” showings of every Fast and Furious movie leading up to the first screening of F9.

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Whenever a new movie in a series comes out, it’s pretty common for folks to go back and watch the previous movies to get into the mood. In this case, you’ll be able to do so in the theater – assuming your location isn’t in full-scale lockdown, anyway. The announcement came from Entertainment Weekly and was later narrated in a trailer by Vin Diesel himself as he welcomes people back to communal spaces.

” After staying apart for so long, it’s time to come back together. To laugh, to cheer, we’re ready to make you believe again. Because nobody does a comeback like the movies.”
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Well, with the way people come back from the dead in F&F movies, we can definitely agree with the last part, but beyond that, we’re curious to see how this works out. You’ll have to check with your local cinemas to see if they are participating in Fast Fridays, however, we can tell you that AMC, Regal, and Cinemark theaters are participating. There will be 500 theaters participating in the U.S., with that number eventually growing to 900. Here’s the planned schedule for the Fast Fridays program as of the time of this writing:

Fast Fridays Screening Schedule

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  • Friday, April 30 – The Fast and the Furious
  • Friday, May 7 – 2 Fast 2 Furious
  • Friday, May 14 – The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
  • Friday, May 21 – Fast & Furious
  • Friday, May 28 – Fast Five
  • Friday, June 4 – Fast & Furious 6
  • Friday, June 11 – Furious 7
  • Friday, June 18 – The Fate of the Furious
  • Friday, June 25 – F9
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