Is justice for Han Lue (Sung Kang) at long last coming in Fast and Furious 9? Fans have been pushing for justice as far back as it was uncovered that Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw was the one answerable for the car crash that murdered Han.
Presently Shaw is treated as a component of the Fast “family,” getting the group up time with Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) in The Fate of the Furious and after that even his side project in Hobbs and Shaw.
Han fans felt the Fast “family” was double-crossing him. In any case, since Fast 9 is slowing down taping, and executive Justin Lin was spotted wearing a #JusticeForHan shirt, perhaps that is a clue for what’s coming down the road? You can see the shirt in Vin Diesel’s most recent Fast and Furious 9 video, which was likewise a glad birthday post for Justin Lin:
I’m eager to watch how Fast and Furious 9 will take fans’ breath away, per Vin Diesel. Also, with the director shirt motto, I need to think about whether fans will, at last, get what they’ve been sitting tight for.
Justin Lin is coming back to the Fast franchise for #9, with his past film being Fast and Furious 6 – the motion picture that uncovered, at last, that Deckard Shaw was the one to murder Han. Would it be able to be that Lin has returned to finish the Han story he left?
From that point forward, fans have just gotten lip service on Justice for Han. There was a disposable line in Hobbs and Shaw where Shaw stated, “There are things I’ve done that I need to present appropriate reparations in light of.” Screenwriter Chris Morgan told the L.A. Times, “That is refering to Han.” But it wasn’t sufficient for some fans. Morgan appeared to imply, in that meeting, that more was headed. He shared a message for Han’s fans:
Screenwriter Chris Morgan told the L.A. Times, “That is refering to Han.” But it wasn’t sufficient for some fans. Morgan appeared to imply, in that meeting, that more was headed. He shared a message for Han’s fans: