You might want to buckle up for this.
Despite rumors to the contrary, it appears the "Fast & Furious" franchise isn't out of gas quite yet. When asked a question about the end of the franchise during a Hollywood Reporter roundtable, Universal Chairman Donna Langley said, "We think there's at least three more." Langley went on to say that she thinks it's still a growing franchise, pointing to continued growth internationally. She added that Paul Walker will always be "an integral part" of the series.
After it was reported that director Justin Lin could return to the franchise for the eighth installment, it was also thought that he would bring the movies to a close by shooting subsequent "Fast & Furious" films at the same time.
Langley's words indicate the series may not have plans to end just yet. And with the last film reportedly grossing around $800 million worldwide, it doesn't look like Vin Diesel and crew need to slow down anytime soon.
For more, head to The Hollywood Reporter.
"Furious 7" hits theaters April 3, 2015.