Watch All 8 Fast And Furious Movies In Theatres For Free Starting April 30

After several COVID-related delays, F9 is finally set to arrive on June 25 barring any more natural disasters. However, people are still understandably pretty nervous about going to the movies even with widespread vaccine availability. Godzilla vs. Kong was a good start, but Fast and Furious is a billion-dollar per movie franchise in the pre-COVID-times, and Universal wants to keep it that way.

To help entice people out of their homes and into theatres, Universal is giving away free screens of every single Fast and Furious movie heading into F9’s June 25 release. Starting April 30 and every Friday after, watch all the Fast and Furious films in order at participating theatres.

“The Fast films are all about family, and Universal wanted to find a way to thank our huge family of Fast fans around the country for their passion and loyalty over the past 20 years,” said Universal president of domestic distribution Jim Orr. “We’re grateful to our theater partners for their help in making this screening series possible and we are delighted to welcome audiences back to theaters to experience the wild Fast ride all over again. And we cannot wait to blow everyone’s minds with the release of F9 on June 25.”

For participating theatres and specific dates for each movie, head to the Fast Fridays Screenings website.

In the meantime, you can read about how Vin Diesel had a spiritual experience when he finally picked John Cena to play his brother in the film. Diesel himself describes it as “crazy” how he felt like the late Paul Walker hand-delivered Cena when it came time for casting, which sounds weird, but then again, Fast and Furious has gotten pretty weird after nine films (ten if you count Hobbs & Shaw).

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