Sung Kang reveals how Han’s return in Fast and Furious 9 was left well enough alone. The Fast Saga is entering its last set of three with the forthcoming Justin Lin-coordinated installment. While there are numerous things to be amped up for it, including the presentation of Dom’s sibling, Jakob, apparently the most buzz-commendable plotline is the resurrection of Han Lue.
Given what’s thought about the character’s destiny in The Fast Saga, his return in F9 has been such a most loved subject of conversation among fans. There weren’t any persistent rumblings suggesting that he’s starring in the film. As per Kang, in a meeting with Digital Spy, everything’s thanks to Lin and Universal for ensuring that the surprise wasn’t spoiled, adding that even in cast birthday celebrations, he wasn’t welcome to ensure that there was no hole. As for him, he treated it appropriately, not in any event, enlightening his significant other regarding Han’s return.
“Justin [Lin] and Universal, everyone was truly on top of concealing me on set. There’s a ton of cast photos almost immediately. In the event that you take a gander at the Fast 9 photos from set, there’s every one of these birthday parties and stuff, I’m rarely welcomed.
I would see the birthday cakes from a remote place, yet it’s important for the good times. It’s truly cool to be essential for that sort of account.”
Han’s resurrection is one of, if not the biggest mystery going into Fast and Furious 9. Conceded that there’s also curiosity around Jakob and his muddled relationship with Dom, long-term fans of The Fast Saga are understandably more invested in someone they’ve known for long. Regardless of whether the film will completely answer this question is obscure considering that Lin is affirmed to steerage the last two movies in the franchise. It’s also significant that justice for what befallen the character is conveyed, as requested by the Justice For Han development.