Fast X Celebrates Peacock Streaming Release With New Trailer

By Richard Nebens Posted:
Fast X, Vin Diesel

The Fast & Furious franchise celebrated Fast X's long-awaited streaming debut on Peacock in perfect fashion.

After costing Universal as much as $150 million in losses by earning just over $700 million at the global box office, Fast X is now fast approaching its streaming run as the studio hopes to give the tenth Fast & Furious film new life.

Coming to Peacock after a frustratingly long wait with Universal hoping to salvage as much at the box office as possible, the latest motor-powered epic should bring plenty of fans to the service to check it out, especially with more Fast movies likely on the way.

Peacock Releases Fast 10 Streaming Trailer

Fast & Furious' social media pages shared a 16-second trailer celebrating Fast X's official arrival on Peacock, where it is now available to stream with a subscription.

Taking inspiration from the Fast Saga itself, the ad uses a "breaking news on TV" format as clips of Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto are spliced together in an exciting sequence, all while Dom himself watches dozens of screens in front of him.

Fast X, Vin Diesel, Dom Toretto

Diesel is heard saying "Stop talking" as he watches the TV screens before getting a call from Jason Momoa's villainous Dante Reyes, who simply tells Dom "I'm watching you" with an ominous tone.

Fast X, Vin Diesel, Dom Toretto watching screens

The full clip can be seen below:

Peacock also shared a 4-minute-36-second clip from Fast X, showing Dom and Jason Momoa's Dante meeting one another for the first time.

After Dante offers $1 million to anybody who could beat him in a race, he and Dom start chatting with one another as things get tense, almost leading to a full-blown shootout before Dom agrees to a race.

The full clip can be seen below:

Will Fast X Succeed or Fail on Peacock?

Considering Fast X has already been available for digital purchase since June 9, only three weeks after it initially hit the big screen, the movie could potentially have a difficult time hitting it big on Peacock.

This could mean trouble for the franchise's future as well with the last film boasting easily the biggest budget of any Fast movie yet at $340 million, with Universal potentially looking at the bottom line and wanting to go in a different direction.

Currently, Fast 11 is being planned out for a 2025 release, with a chance that it could even be separated into two movies as the series finally comes to an end.

And with plenty of surprising twists still driving the story forward even 22 years after the first movie took the world by storm, many are anxious to find out what exactly might be in store for the final movie or two.

Fast X is now streaming on Peacock.

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Release Date
May 19, 2023
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- About The Author: Richard Nebens
Richard Nebens joined The Direct in March 2020, now serving as the site's Senior Writer and also working as an assistant editor and content creator. He started his journalism career as a hobby in 2019 and is passionate about sharing news and stories from the entertainment industry, especially comic book movies, comedy, and sci-fi. Richard looks to expand his knowledge about movies and TV every day, and he is eager to stay locked into the latest releases and breaking news at every opportunity.