Fast X Super Bowl Trailer Airs
DID YOU CATCH THE 30-SECOND FAST & FURIOUS TV SPOT?
Fans of the tire-screeching super-charged film franchise The Fast & The Furious have been given a new 30-second trailer to feast their eyes on for the upcoming series instalment Fast X – and it only cost Universal Pictures (roughly) $7 million to screen!
That’s because the new trailer spot featured during the internationally-watched American Super Bowl LVII on Sunday 12th, February at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The sports event is well-known for its glitzy half-time entertainment show (which this year featured Rihanna). However, the short 30-second trailer spots have proved to be equally anticipated over the years, with previews for beloved franchises such as Star Wars and Marvel debuting for the first time at the event. In addition, the Super Bowl is usually watched by an audience of over 100 million people, making it a coveted opportunity for advertisers.
Watch The New Fast X Super Bowl Trailer
You can still catch the Fast X Official Super Bowl Trailer on YouTube even if you missed the live event.
Fast X is intended to be the penultimate film in the series, with the 11th instalment set to conclude Vin Diesel’s vehicular saga in the not-too-distant future. As the new trailer states, “The end of the road begins 19th May”.
The plot will focus on wrapping up the Fast saga, with new allies and newcomers joining Dominic Toretto’s “la familia” to face off against Jason Momoa’s new villain, Dante. While the new motorbike-riding bagboy’s origins and reasons for seeking revenge on Dom were unclear for some time, the Universal film website recently revealed that Dante is the son of drug kingpin Hernan Reyes, who was foiled in 2011’s Fast Five.
In addition to previously seen footage from the recent Fast X Main Trailer, the new TV spot primarily reveals more shots of the climactic bridge sequence, which will conclude the film.
Fast & Furious LEGO Sets
While waiting for the latest film’s release this May, don’t forget to check out the official franchise LEGO brick sets you can buy from the Technic and Speed Champions ranges.
LEGO Speed Champion offerings include the Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger R/T muscle car, which has been featured in five films from the saga and the 2 Fast 2 Furious Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) from the first film’s 2003 sequel. Both sets are available for a reasonable $19.99 and $24.99, respectively. Don’t forget to pick up a 2x LEGO Speed Champions Display Case to house the models.
For $119.99, fans can also opt for the LEGO Technic version of Dom’s Dodge Charger, complete with added details such as the iconic V8 engine, moving pistons, suspension and nitro bottle mods. iDisplayit also provides a high-quality Display Case option for the set, which can be neatly paired with a display stand.
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