“Fast and Furious 10” will welcome new members. After Jason Momoa played the film’s villain, “The Suicide Squad” reveal Daniela Melchior has reportedly been hired.
Always more people for Fast and Furious 10
From film to film, the saga Fast and Furious has never stopped piling up the big names. Logically, Fast and Furious 10 will be no exception to the rule. If there will be no surprises to find Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jordana Brewster, Ludacris, or even John Cena, we recently learned that Jason Momoa was also going to be there. The interpreter of Aquaman will be the big bad in this new adventure of the Fast Family. Not bad to fill the absence of Dwayne Johnson, definitely scrambled with Vin Diesel. Add to that Jason Statham, back in the post-credits scene of Fast and Furious 9and you have the promise of an action-packed movie!
A member of The Suicide Squad at the casting
As if that weren’t enough, Fast and Furious 10 continues to shop right and left. According to Deadline, it is this time an actress who would be about to join the production, in the person of Daniela Melchior. The actress was an unknown a year ago. But since the release of The Suicide Squad (in the summer of 2021) we imagine that the proposals have multiplied. I have to say that the interpreter of Ratcatcher 2 in the film caught the eye of many people. Alongside Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena (already), and Joel Kinnaman, she is perhaps the one we remember the most.
His coming in Fast and Furious 10 shouldn’t disorient her too much since it will be again from a muscle blockbuster. Only if The Suicide Squad is full of irony about the genre and itself, the latest ones aren’t really. Fast and Furious who adopt a sometimes boring first degree.
We are still curious to see what she will bring to this already busy team. Let’s hope that Justin Lin, who directs, will be able to give him enough screen time. For the moment, no details have been given on his role or on the plot of the film. scheduled for May 2023.