Fast and Furious to have an animated version in Netflix series

We’re curious how a G-rated F&F would turn out

The successful Fast and Furious movie series will soon have an animated version on Netflix, proving once again the fruitful relationship between the streaming service provider, DreamWorks Animation, and Universal Pictures. 

The Hollywood Reporter finds that the animated show will be produced by Vin Diesel, Neal Moritz, and Chris Morgan (the same trio that also produces the movies) along with Tim Hendrick and Bret Haaland. 

We don’t know much about the upcoming series except for a plot sketch: teenager Tony Toretto (Dom’s cousin) and his friends are recruited by the government to infiltrate a racing league that’s actually a front for a crime organization in search for world domination, of course. 

We don’t know if the live-action movie stars will be cameoed in the series but we’re genuinely curious how a kid-targeted Fast & Furious cartoon would actually turn out. That’s because right now we’re more excited than the little ones about this.

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via The Hollywood Reporter

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