Directed by Louis Leterrier and written by a team of talented screenwriters Dan Mazeau, Justin Lin, Zach Dean, and Gary Scott, “Fast X”— ready to hit theaters in the USA on May 19th, 2023— stars an impressive cast consisting of Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Jason Momoa, Chris Bridges, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jordana Brewster, Sung Kang, John Cena, Jason Statham, Alan Ritchson, and Daniela Melchior. Financed by well-known producers such as 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 going to be distributed by Universal Pictures.
Will Fast X be on Disney Plus?
Unfortunately No, Universal’s “Fast X” will never be streaming on Disney Plus in the USA following its theatrical release as it’s not a Walt Disney Film. “Fast X” is an official Universal Pictures production, and there is no affiliation between Universal & co-productions and Disney for streaming “Fast & Furious 10” at the moment, so it’s not going to streaming on the platform. Instead of Disney Plus, there is a high likelihood that “Fast X” will be available for streaming on either HBO Max or Peacock, as they have previously streamed other films in the franchise in recent years.
It is possible that “Fast X” will be officially available for streaming on Disney Plus in other territories outside of the USA, such as in the UK, Europe, Australia, and South Asia, following its theatrical release. Although the film will not be available for streaming on Disney Plus in the USA, likely, it will eventually be added to the platform after 3-4 years. By then, it will also be available on other streaming platforms. Therefore, if you are a Disney Plus user and are eagerly awaiting the release of this highly anticipated movie, it would be best to watch it in theaters near you.
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