Jason Momoa is excited to play villain in Universal’ Fast & Furious 10

Jason Momoa will be seen playing a negative role for the first time during his career in Universal’ action-adventure Fast & Furious 10, featuring a massive star cast including Vin Diesel.

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Jason Momoa is currently at the peak of his career. Warner Bros and DCEU’ Aquaman gave such a boost to the actor’s career that his name has started being included in the successful actors of the industry. Rumors had been swirling for a while that Jason Momoa might be seen playing the villain in the 10th installment of Vin Diesel’s Fast & Furious franchise. Finally, the actor has also confirmed his casting, saying that he will be seen as the main villain in the next part of Fast & Furious.

Excited about the first negative character of his career, Jason Momoa said in an interview to Entertainment Tonight that, “His first turn behind the wheel of an adrenaline-fueled franchise will see him opposite Vin Diesel’s Dom and other star mainstays. I am glad that I got to play the bad guy which was not being offered to me earlier.”

He continues tease the Fast and Furious, “I’m gonna be the bad boy- the very flamboyant bad boy, which fans probably won’t forget.”

Fast & Furious 10 also stars John Cena, Charlize Theron, Sung Kang, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Helen Mirren and Nathalie Emmanuel in addition to Vin Diesel and Jason Momoa. Justin Lin is directing the film whose story is written by Daniel Casey.

Fast & Furious 10 Release Date

Fast & Furious 10 is set to release in theaters on May 19, 2023.

Apparently, Jason is currently busy with Warner Bros and DCEU’s ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’, which is being directed by James Wan. Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is schedule to release on December 16, 2022. Jason Momoa willa next seen in Netflix’s fantasy-adventure, Slumberland, which is directed by Francis Lawrence, who is best known for ‘I Am Legend’. Later he will next seen in The Last Manhunt.

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