Vin Diesel is making the case for us to go back to the movie theaters in the AMC exclusive trailer for Fast & Furious 9.
The Fast & Furious saga is back and Vin Diesel says it’s time for movie theaters to reopen.
Movie theaters like AMC are amongst the businesses that suffered the most during the COVID-19 pandemic. But as many states are ready to reopen, there is hope that people will soon return to watch movies.
And now, AMC has received support from Vin Diesel himself, and the highly-anticipated movie, “Fast & Furious 9.”
For 100 years we have come together to be entertained at the movies. @vindiesel is ready to make you believe in the power of the movies again with the newest installment of the #TheFastSaga. #F9 opens June 25th at #AMCTheatres, set your reminder now: https://t.co/2m1XVLiTP0 pic.twitter.com/Lejir6UeNv
— AMC Theatres (@AMCTheatres) April 25, 2021
The tweet says: “For 100 years we have come together to be entertained at the movies. Vin Diesel is ready to make you believe in the power of the movies again with the newest installment of #TheFastSaga.”
In the short video, Vin Diesel is urging fans to go see the movie on the big screen.
“There’s nothing like that moment when the lights go down, the projector ignites, and we believe,” Diesel says in the trailer.
Titled F9, the latest installment of the Fast & Furious franchise is scheduled to be released on June 25. And while other blockbusters have opted to go for dual streaming and theatrical releases, F9 will be released in movie theaters only.
The movie was originally scheduled to open in May 2020, but its release was significantly delayed to this year due to the pandemic-induced lockdowns.
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