Fast and Furious 9 ending explained: What does the final Fast 9 scene mean?


    Fast and Furious 9 continues the rambunctious and exciting story of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) this week by introducing a brand new villain into the mix: Jakob Toretto (John Cena). After the family have triumphed over their new foe, the final scene of the film is left open for viewers to imagine.

    WARNING: Spoilers for Fast and Furious 9

    What happened at the end of Fast and Furious 9?

    After Dom and his Family defeated the evil corporation trying to take over the world’s military, he and his loved ones got together at his house for a celebratory BBQ.

    The event saw every member of the team – Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson), Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel), Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster), etc – gathered around the table with a Corona to say grace.

    In the final moments, however, before Little Brian could say grace at the table, Dom pointed at an empty seat.

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    Dom said: “We’ve still got an empty chair at the table.” Mia replied: “Don’t worry, he’s on his way.”

    The last scene of the film shows Brian O’Conner’s Toyota Supra coming around the corner and parking in front of the house.

    These final scenes suggest that Brian was still part of the family and had arrived to celebrate the team’s win.

    This wasn’t the first time Brian was referenced in Fast and Furious 9.

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    Paul’s character was written out by the film’s team to honour his legacy in the series.

    The final scenes of Fast and Furious 7 saw Brian and Dom going on one last race through some mountain roads.

    Eventually, Brian’s white Supra drove off into another direction, signifying that he had parted ways with Dom, and passed on in real life.

    Director of the series James Wan commented on the tragic news in 2015, saying: “When I first heard the news, I was shell-shocked like everyone, and it took me days to come to terms with it. And then after that, heartbreaks started sinking in and we realised that Paul [Walker] wasn’t going to be around with us anymore moving forward, and it was a really hard one.”

    James continued: “And finishing the movie was the last thing on my mind at that point. It was more the idea of … picking up the pieces, going back on set, rallying the team, the cast, and the crew, and as the director, having to put on the brave face and champion and push everyone along.

    “The idea of that was very daunting for me, but it became very apparent to all of us that we needed to finish this movie to honour Paul’s legacy and to basically honour his memories.”

    He added: “It was about making this movie for Paul.”

    Fast and Furious 9 is in cinemas now.

    Published at Thu, 24 Jun 2021 11:00:00 +0000

    Fast and Furious 9 ending explained: What does the final Fast 9 scene mean?