Universal Pictures' sequel, Fast Five has yet to be released, but the studio is already preparing Fast Six.
THR reports that the studio has made a "two-year, first-look production pact" with screenwriter Chris Morgan who has written Fast Five, as well as the two previous sequels, 2009's Fast and Furious and 2006's The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. One of Morgan's first responsibilities will be to write Fast Six, which we assume will again reunite Vin Diesel and Paul Walker for another chapter of car-racing adventure.
"He's been not only integral to the Fast and Furious franchise, he comes up with fresh ideas and he thinks like a producer when we have budget conversations," said Universal co-chairman Donna Langley said. "We wanted to show him our appreciation, and we selfishly wanted to make sure his home was here. We don't want him going anywhere else." what is morgan planning to work on? >>