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Brand New Trailer For Latest Chapter In Fast & Furious Franchise Has Dropped

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Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier has more on F9.

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- Now at 5:30, a brand new trailer for the latest chapter in the Fast and Furious franchise dropped today. "Entertainment Tonight's" Kevin Frazier has interviews with the cast.

KEVIN FRAZIER: Elliot and Lauren, after the pandemic delayed its release, F9 will finally arrive in theaters on June 25. And Vin Diesel, John Cena, and Michelle Rodriguez have some pretty big goals for the film.

- Crank it all the way up.

JOHN CENA: "F9" delivers. That's the only way to say it.

VIN DIESEL: All I can say is blessed, humbled, and grateful.

KEVIN FRAZIER: That's how fans will feel watching the brand new trailer. This film had an estimated budget of $200 million. Charlize Theron is back, Cardi B makes a cameo, and John Cena joins the "Fast" family as the villain and--

- Jacob is Dom's brother.

- The fight scenes with you and Vin look bananas. I mean, did everybody go home with bruises?

- Fighting Dom Toretto in the "Fast and the Furious" is like being in the main event of WrestleMania. You're on the main stage in the grandest stage of them all. You have to deliver.

- Whoa.

KEVIN FRAZIER: Many in Hollywood hope the ninth film in this beloved franchise will deliver and also help save movie theaters after they closed down during the pandemic.

MICHELLE RODRIGUEZ: We're hoping that, you know-- that more and more people, you know, feel safe enough and are safe enough to make it out and reopen those theaters, man.

- Yeah.

- It's good to be back.

KEVIN FRAZIER: The good news, the cast is already signed on for more. Bad news, the franchise will end after two more films.

VIN DIESEL: Bittersweet will be the final chapter. Bittersweet.

KEVIN FRAZIER: And make sure you tune into "ET" tonight for an exclusive interview with Mathew McConaughey about his new soccer team, plus Katherine Schwarzenegger tells us all about her new baby girl with Chris Pratt. You don't want to miss it. For "Entertainment Tonight," I'm Kevin Frazier.

- For more of the day's Hollywood headlines, watch "Entertainment Tonight" at 7:30, right after CBS4 News at 7:00.