IGN published this video item, entitled “F9 Ending & Mid-Credits Explained: Why Nobody Stays Dead in the Fast Saga | Canon Fodder” – below is their description.
One minute you’re ripping off a truck full of DVD players, the next you’re saving the world. F9 fully embraces what the franchise has become and it’s never been more fun. But what was the ending all about? And how about that mid-credits scene? We’ll break them both down and dissect the new canonical reason why no one in the Fast crew ever dies. We have thef ull breakdown plus all the Easter Eggs we could find. So join IGN host Clint Gage for this week’s Canon Fodder for the full F9 ending explained.
Fast & Furious 9 takes the whole family (Vin Diesel, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, Helen Mirren, Paul Walker) on a new globe-trotting adventure taking on villains like Cipher (played by Charlize Theron) and Jakob Torretto (played by John Cena). The F9 movie needs the ending explained, so get ready for something new. Rockstars like Dominic Torretto will always find a way to survive doing impossible things in a car, to the point where even when he drives off an actual cliff, nobody views it as an emergency. Awesome action scenes like this are what F9 is all about.
Ever since the F9 trailer, fans have wondered how Dom’s brother Jakob would be written into the series, but now thanks to Fast and Furious 9, we know the truth. Jakob was literally Dom’s family before Dom kicked him out of the family. Now he’s a Fast and Furious supervillain, just like it was shown in the Fast and Furious 9 trailer.
Nobody truly stays dead in the Fast Saga and thanks to Roman’s big revelation in Fast 9, we have a pretty clear idea why. It’s because the whole Fast & Furious crew are invincible immortals. That sounds dumb, but it’s true and Roman’s got the proof. There’s no better example than Han Lue, who is absolutely not dead. We’ve got the breakdown for the F9 Han scene, so if you’re looking for an ending explained F9, we’ve got you covered. Family!
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