After completing their mission successfully, Brian and Mia retire from the game while Dom and Letty take off to their honeymoon. The other members of the team have also been acquitted of their charges, and are just settling into their new normal life.
But fate is not yet done with the crew, as Dom suddenly finds himself in the world of crime again, this time under the influence of a mysterious woman (Charlize Theron). The cost: betraying those closest to him, including Letty.
On the other hand, his friends are not ready to give up on him yet. In their quest to pull Dom out of the seductress’s control, who is also a highly skilled hacker, the team has to pass through some of the most challenging roadblocks so far.
They will crisscross the world, from the crowded streets of New York and the shores of Cuba, all the way to the icy plains off the arctic Barents Sea.
The hacker’s mission: to unleash chaos on a global scale! The director, F. Gary Gray, is also known for directing Law Abiding Citizen, The Italian Job, A Man Apart, Be Cool, The Negotiator, Friday, and Straight Outta Compton.
The screenwriter is still Chris Morgan. The cast includes Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Nathaniel Emmanuel, Kurt Russell, Elsa Pataky, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Lucas Black, and Scott Eastwood. Charlize Theron and Helen Mirren are the two main newcomers in the franchise.
The Fate of the Furious is one of the several movies that will be released in theaters on April 14th, 2017, right before summer. Here are the other films. Other Movies on the April 14 Release Roster
#1. Spark: A Space Tail
After seizing control of Planet Bana and shattering it into hundreds of shards in the process, the power-crazed General Zhong is now in charge, ruling with an iron fist.
But that was not the end of his mission. After thirteen years, a teenage monkey known as Spark, together with his friends Chunk (a tech-savvy pig) and Vix (a skilled fighter fox) discover that Zhong is actually planning to take over the universe.
His method: to capture a giant space monster named Kraken and harness his power, subsequently acquiring the deadliest weapon in history. Spark and his friends are chosen to stop General Zhong before his reign of terror spills over to the entire universe.
Their journey takes them to the farthest points of the universe, where they encounter great dangers and Spark discovers the secret of his real identity.
#2. The Lost City of Z
Based on a true story, the Lost City of Z follows the legend of a hidden kingdom in the Amazon, believed to contain an immeasurable amount of gold.
Thousands had tried looking for the kingdom of El Dorado, but returned to tell the tale. This led many scientists to believe that the Amazon was uninhabitable to humans. But Fawcett believed that the kingdom was penetrable.
After building his scientific case for several years, Fawcett sets off in 1925 to find the ancient civilization, accompanied by his son. The Lost City of Z is written and directed by James Gray. He is also known for directing The Immigrant, Two Lovers, We Own the Night, and Little Odessa.
After befriending a young politician before his rise to fame, Norman Oppenheimer’s life as a “fixer” changes dramatically when the politician becomes very successful.
Norman is written and directed by Joseph Cedar. The American-Israeli filmmaker also directed Footnote, Beaufort, Campfire, and Time of Favor.
The cast includes Richard Gere (the fixer), Lior Ashkenazi, Dan Stevens, Michael Sheen, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Steve Buscemi, and Hank Azaria.
#4. Queen of the Desert
Queen of the Desert is the story of Gertrude Bell, who lived between 1868 and 1926. She was a novelist, a historian, and member of the British secret service, and was highly influential in the setting of a new political order in the Middle East around 1920.
The movie is a chronicle of her life as a traveler, explorer, writer, cartographer, archaeologist, and political attaché for the British Empire during that time.
Queen of the Desert is written and directed by Werner Herzog, who is also known for Salt and Fire, My Son My Son What Have Ye Done?, Rescue Dawn, The Wild Blue Yonder, Invincible, Fitzcarraldo.
#5. A Quiet Passion
During her lifetime, Emily Dickinson wrote over one thousand poems. However, only seven were published before her death in 1886.
She saw the universe as her family, and her family the universe. She never married and became more and more isolated as she grew older. A Quiet Passion explores her profound relationships, as well as her sharp wit and observation.
The movie is written and directed by Terence Davies, whose portfolio includes Sunset Song, The Long Day Closes, The Neon Bible, The House of Mirth, Of Time and the City, and The Deep Blue Sea.