The official Fast and Furious 10 casting of Momoa comes only hours after reports surfaced that the action star was in final negotiations to join the spin-off. Momoa was recently rumoured to be auditioning for one of the scoundrel roles in the film, but according to other rumours, the content is still in its early stages, and his role might be somewhere in the between of bad guy and hero. Given Momoa’s recent push into more hero driving roles, particularly his oceanic DC Extended Universe legend and the Apple TV+ series See, the prospect of seeing him take on a lowlife in the Fast and Furious franchise has sparked some excitement among fans.
Following Dwayne Johnson’s rejection of Vin Diesel’s request for Hobbs to return for Fast and Furious 10, some have speculated on social media that the established star and producer is looking for Momoa to be the new Samoan face of the franchise. Furthermore, with John Cena’s addition to F9: The Fast and Furious Saga as Dominic Toretto’s tragically missing sibling Jakob, fans have speculated on whose relative Momoa would play in the upcoming film, including a previously unnamed sibling of Michelle Rodriguez’s Letty. When Fast & Furious 10 reaches theatres on May 19, 2023, the truth about Momoa’s upcoming debut will finally be revealed.
Jason Momoa has joined the cast of Fast and Furious 10 according to the official Fast and Furious Twitter account, which confirmed the news shortly after it broke. Momoa’s projecting was highlighted in the tweet, which invited the Aquaman star to join the “Fast Fam” as it “continues to grow.”
Fast and Furious 10 formally projects Jason Momoa for an unknown role, following news that the Aquaman star was in talks with a star in the action spin-off. Plot details on the upcoming instalment in Universal’s activity franchise are currently unknown, but the film will serve as the first of a two-part plot to wrap up the primary Fast and Furious franchise.