Which target denied Florence Pugh villain wraps hidden?
When the film begins, Dom has settled into a quiet life with Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) and his son Brian. However, the reemergence of Jakob, who has an eye on exacting revenge on Dom, breaks up the peaceful bliss. Dom and his family must unite once more to save the day, and they’ll be joined by some old faces. Mia (Jordana Brewster) returns for the first time since 2015’s Furious 7, while Han (Sung Kang) has mysteriously been resurrected following his apparent death in Fast & Furious 6.
Alexei Shostakov (David Harbour) — a super soldier and Russian counterpart to Captain America, along with fellow Red Room assassins Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) and Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz). Outside of these allies, though, there’s the new threat of the Taskmaster.As far as the trailers have revealed, the Taskmaster — recognizable by his skull-like mask — is currently operating the Red Room, whose trainees have lost authority over themselves via some form of mind control. Technically, we don’t even know yet if the Taskmaster is a man; he is in the comics, but Marvel has been keeping the actor playing the villain under wraps. It’s a complete mystery who’s behind the mask.
In the latest clip from F9 (via IGN), Mia and Han take the wheel during one of the movie’s biggest action sequences. Han shows off some impressive moves while Mia activates their car’s superpowered magnet, thus allowing them to hijack an enemy’s vehicle.This magnet car sequence of Fast & Furious 9 is building up quite a reputation online. Dom and the rest use their magnets to trap Jakob’s team’s cars, a concept that actually makes for some thrilling visuals. At the same time, some have pointed out how improbable the magnet cars actually are, much like the rest of the action in the Fast & Furious franchise. Still, it’s a lot of fun, and that’s all anyone can really ask for when it comes to this crowd-pleasing series.