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Fast And Furious 9 Trailer: With Grand Miami Event, Vin Diesel Starrer To Have An Advanced Ticket Booking Launch

Fast And Furious 9 Trailer: With Grand Miami Event, Vin Diesel Starrer To Have An Advanced Ticket Booking Launch

Fast and Furious 9 is amongst the much-anticipated films of the year. With a star-cast and the movie in the making, the ninth installment of the Fast and Furious series has fans interested from the very beginning. As the first trailer of the film drops in a few weeks' time, according to reports in an online portal, the makers of Fast and Furious 9 are supposedly setting up an advanced ticket launch when the first trailer is out. The trailer of Fast and Furious 9 is scheduled to release on January 31, 2020.

Recently, Fast and Furious 9’s official Twitter handle ‘F9’ shared an update of the film, releasing the date the trailer drops in. As it’s been long since the date the drops in is released, now, a source revealed to boundingintocomics.com that the makers of Fast and Furious 9 are planning an advanced ticket launch when the first trailer drops in. The report states that according to a source who disclosed that this planned ticket launch will take place on Friday, January 31st at 8 AM EST. As the date of the ticket launch is the same as the trailer, we just cannot wait anymore for the trailer to release. Also Read:

The makers of Fast and Furious 9 announced the date of the trailer back in December as a part of ‘The Road to Fast & Furious 9’ concert in Miami featuring musical performances by popular Hollywood singers Ludacris, Cardi B, Wiz Khalifa, Charlie Puth, and Ozuna.

Meanwhile, as Fast and Furious 9 is directed by Justin Lin, the filmmaker shared an update last year about how thankful he is to his crew and announced an official wrap-up of the film. Recently, Fast and Furious 9 star Vin Diesel also shared that he had seen a 4-minute long trailer for the film and was blown away by it. Fast and Furious 9 also stars John Cena and is scheduled to hit theatres on May 22, 2020.

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