Have you ever watched a "Fast and Furious" movie (any of the previous five qualify, including "Tokyo Drift," we guess) and thought, "Man, this is good, but I kind of wish there was less action. Less fights, less explosions, less street races. Actually, you know what would be great? If this was directed by Sofia Coppola." Of course you have. Who hasn't?
Well, wish no longer, friend. Above, we have an entertaining cartoon depiction of three versions of the upcoming "Fast and Furious 6" — one from Sofia Coppola, one from Jim Jarmusch, and one from Terrence Malick — and we're happy to report that they're all wonderfully artsy in their own respective Coppolian, Jarmuschian and Malickian (muh-LICKY-in) ways.
In fact, we would pay to see all three versions, if they were to ever actually be made. And since there are no real signs of stopping this franchise — wait for the upcoming $100 million weekend for "Fast 6" — who's to say that all three won't eventually get a shot?
What we're trying to say is this: We're all very excited for Terrence Malick's "Fast and Furious 13: Dom and Brian Birth the Moon," in theaters May of 2021.