The tenth installment in one of the most nostalgic and successful Fast & Furious’s “Fast & Furious 10”, officially titled “Fast X” is ready to hit the theatres, and the official theatrical release date for the film is May 19, 2023, in the USA.
Starring Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris Bridges, Jason Momoa, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jordana Brewster, John Cena, Jason Statham, Sung Kang, Alan Ritchson, Daniela Melchior, “Fast X” is directed by Louis Leterrier and written by Dan Mazeau, Justin Lin, Zach Dean, and Gary Scott. Produced by Neal H. Moritz, Justin Lin, Jeff Kirschenbaum, and Samantha Vincent under the production banners of Universal Pictures, Original Film, One Race Films, Roth/Kirschenbaum Films, and Perfect Storm Entertainment, and is set to be distributed by Universal Pictures.
Is Fast X on HBO Max?
Yes, Vin Diesel’s racing thriller “Fast X” will be officially streaming on HBO Max in the USA after its theatrical release due to streaming rights and the deal between production and platform for the streaming of the franchise’s releases. But it’s also should be noted that it will never be going stream soon on the platform, and there are reports that “Fast X” will be streaming on HBO Max in 2024 or after ten months of its theatrical release, which is a too-long gap and not impressive for those users who are hard fans of series who are eager to watch it digitally soon after its theatrical release.
In addition to HBO Max, maybe “Fast X” will be officially streaming on Universal’s streaming platform Peacock within six months of its theatrical release due to the last few years’ streaming strategies of Universal. Apart from all these, the rental or buy version of the film on Amazon Prime, Vudu, Google Play Movies, Itunes, and Redbox is the only option for OTT users to watch it digitally soon as possible for $4.99 to $19.99 as film available within two months on these platforms.
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