Jordana Brewster Teases Possible Meadow Walker Cameo in 'Fast & Furious 10'
With the final installment of the franchise still in the works, the actress believes the late Paul Walker's daughter would make perfect sense as an addition to close the thrilling chapter.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Jordana Brewster, 41, predicted that Meadow Walker could appear in the action-packed film franchise.
When asked if fans could see the 22-year-old supermodel in the last two movies, Brewster said on Friday, August 27, “Oh for sure, absolutely. I think so. I would love that. We’ll see.”
The “All My Children” alum plays Paul’s (Brian O’Connor) love interest-turned-wife Mia Toretto in the “Fast & Furious” films. Brian and Mia share a child, and the dad has retired from the team.
Brewster returned in the ninth film, "F9" after retiring during the seventh, which was the actor's final movie. The films have not shown Brian since he died in a 2013 car crash at age 40.
However, the character is still alive off-screen. The movie showed Brian's vehicle arriving at a family dinner at the end of June's "Fast 9," dropping a hint of his return.
His on-screen driving partner, Vin Diesel, who plays Dom in the franchise, previously fueled rumors that Meadow could make an appearance in one of the two films and told E!’s Daily Pop in June stating:
“I would not count anything out.” Without giving you all of the secrets of ‘Fast 10,’ let’s just say nothing’s ruled out.”
Meadow herself showed the film some support by walking the red carpet at the premiere in Los Angeles. She sat inside the screening with Brewster and the other castmates.
The “American Heist” star also posted a picture from the event showing Meadow in the theater and captioned it, “Family forever,” alongside a heart emoji.
THE LONG JOURNEY
Just recently, fellow co-star Diesel admitted that emotions are “strong” ahead of the latest blockbuster saga as the cast and crew are prepping for the next movie.
Production is set to take place in January, and Diesel reflected on how important the upcoming sequel is. He shared a photo of his son on Instagram with the letters "FX" shaved into his head and suggested that 10 is a "divine number."
He wrote, “That excitement is real…the emotions strong. Hope somehow perseveres in this multi-generational saga. 10… the final chapter. A divine number, 10, means a return to unity, the fusion between being and non-being. The number 10 denotes the completion of a cycle."
The “Bloodshot” star said he is proud of Universal while praising the team and expressing gratitude for the experience, most notably, thanking the fans.
The post comes after reports confirmed that "F9" is now the highest-grossing Hollywood movie since the beginning of the pandemic and raked in a whopping $700 million at the global box office.