It has been 4 years since the last Fast and Furious movie. Naturally, fans may feel a little out of touch and may want to revisit all of the franchise’s films before catching the new F9.
There are a few options. But we found out that, either it will cost you a lot of money re-watching all eight films, or the one place you may have paid for, don’t have all eight films.
Thankfully, there is another option and TBH, it is one that we did not see it coming. Universal is making all eight main Fast and Furious films free to watch. You heard that right. FREE.
Leading up to the premier of the ninth Fast and Furious film in theaters in the U.S., the eight previous FF films will be screen in chronological order in theaters across stateside for free.
The screen will kicked off with the very first FF movie, The Fast and the Furious, on April 30 and following every Friday from this day, a film will be screen until June 18 with the eighth FF movie, The Fate of the Furious.
Universal is referring to this event as “Fast Fridays”. If you reside in States, you can check out the participating theaters and ticketing information over at Fast Friday website.
The screening will happen at over 500 theaters for the first film and eventually expanding to 900 theaters.
Fast and Furious 9 will hit the theaters on June 25.