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Fast X speeding to home video formats next month

The latest in the Fast and the Furious series, Fast X is heading to both physical and digital home video formats in August.

Family comes home

A lot of movies have had kind of weird theatrical runs lately, but Fast X wasn’t one of them. The movie is the latest in what’s a hugely successful series, that’s packed with stars and is basically all action and car-chases from beginning to end.

It got a bit of a drubbing critically, but while early looks had fans thinking it’d flounder, it went on to earn almost 3/4 of a billion at the box office. And now the star-studded spectacle is coming home for another run.

Ever since their saga started on the streets of L.A.’s underground racing scene, Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family have overcome impossible odds to outsmart, out-nerve and outdrive every foe. Yet when the team took down a nefarious kingpin back in Brazil, they had no idea his son Dante (Jason Momoa) was watching from the shadows. More lethal than any other enemy they’ve faced, Dante now rises as a terrifying new nemesis who’s fueled by revenge and determined to shatter their family and destroy everything and everyone that Dom loves. From London and Brazil to Antarctica and Rome, new alliances are forged and old enemies resurface. But everything changes after Dom discovers his eight-year-old son is Dante’s ultimate target.

Universal Pictures press release

Fast X is breaking with recent tradition just a tad as goes the home video launch, as it’ll be arriving both digitally and physically in the same month. Actually landing just about a week apart, the digital launch will be August 1st, with disc-based Fast-action arriving on the 8th.

Both the digital and high-definition disc formats will be busting with extras too, which you can find below. Note that stuff that’s included on the plain old DVD edition (yes, there are a bunch) are marked with an asterisk.

BONUS FEATURES on 4K, BLU-RAYTM & DIGITAL:

  • THIS IS FAMILY – Family bonds are always the strongest. Reunite with your favorite FAST family members as we introduce new characters, travel across continents, reveal intimate views of epic stunts, and get personal about the beginning of the end of the FAST franchise.
  • FAST BREAKS: SCENE BREAKDOWNS WITH LOUIS LETERRIER* – Director Louis Leterrier gives insight into some of the magic that went into making FAST X, breaking down how he filmed these unforgettable action scenes in legendary locations around the world.
  • XTREME RIDES OF FAST X – In FAST, we cast cars like we cast characters. Take a closer look at how classic FAST cars were rebuilt for FAST X, and which new vehicles are customized and introduced to enhance the lifeblood of the franchise.
  • BELLES OF THE BRAWL – The women of FAST X are not to be messed with. Watch as they add their special talents to huge fight scenes, from rehearsal to the real thing.
  • TUNED INTO RIO – Revisit FAST’s past as our story takes us back to Rio de Janeiro, where we’ll experience a non-stop party, exotic cars, and a classic FAST quarter mile street race.
  • JASON MOMOA: CONQUERING ROME* – Jason Momoa joins the FAST franchise to portray a villain that pushes the team to the brink of disaster. Watch as Momoa discusses his approach to the character, biking down the narrow streets of Rome, and performing his own stunts.
  • LITTLE B TAKES THE WHEEL – Get to know the youngest member of the Toretto family as we dive into Little B’s journey in FAST X and introduce Leo Abelo Perry.
  • A FRIEND IN THE END – The FAST franchise has a history of shocking end-credit tags, and FAST X is no different. We take a special look at this scene and why, if you’re watching a FAST movie, you never want to get up before the end credits are finished!
  • GAG REEL*
  • MUSIC VIDEOS
    • “TORETTO” BY J BALVIN
    • “ANGEL PT. 1” BY KODAK BLACK & NLE CHOPPA (FEATURING JIMIN OF BTS, JVKE & MUNI LONG)
  • FEATURE COMMENTARY WITH DIRECTOR LOUIS LETERRIER* 

* Included on all formats including DVD

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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