Michelle Rodriguez Is Doing The Ninth “Fast & Furious” Movie
It’s been a few years since we had a Fast & Furious movie causing a spike in crashes as people left the theatres amped up on all the adrenaline of watching Vin Diesel drive cars in impossible scenarios. The Fate Of The Furious came out all the way in 2017, with another already scheduled to be out May 2020. Back in 2017, Michelle Rodriguez got kind of slappy at the franchise, saying it wasn’t great with women. She was thinking of leaving the franchise. We were just waiting to see if they decided to let her so they could hire some hot new twenty-something of varying ethnic background to replace her and pay the actress much less. But the verdict is in and it looks like some meninists will be pressed because Michelle is staying in the movie and she’s bringing in the series’ first female screenwriter, too.
Slashfilms reports that the women have won! Well not in Alabama, or Georgia, or other places, but Fast & The Furious is getting a woman screenwriter.
Michelle told us that she wasn’t going to participate in the ninth Fast And Furious movie unless they showed “some love to the women in the franchise on the next one.” And it looks like it’s happening because Michelle only signed her contract for the film after making sure they were going to hire a female screenwriter to help balance out all that testosterone which fuels the cars. Michelle wanted a female perspective to come on board and give the female characters “a little more depth”. Speaking to Bloomberg, Michelle said:
“I felt like there was not enough of a female voice in the franchise. You should evolve with the times, not just pander to certain demographics that are stuck [in the past].”
The Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham, which is also a dream threesome for me, is coming out this August. The franchise is also dealing with a legal issue with former producer Neal Moritz who was kicked out of the franchise. So they’ve been busy–so busy they didn’t tell us who the woman writer is, but I guess there definitely is one.
I guess we’ll find out in 2020 if Fast & The Furious becomes a feminist masterpiece, but I guarantee you that the fuckbois will be mad about it. Can’t wait for them to start a petition to re-do the movie without any female characters in full-pants or shirts and they’re only allowed to speak to the men. There will be a new Meninism-Version of the film available on Torrent within the first twelve hours of release–guaranteed.