‘Fast & Furious 8’ Becomes the First American Film to Shoot in Cuba Since the 60s!

In the most recent movie of Jackie Chan titled “Skiptrace,” the movie suffered a major tragedy when the film’s cinematographer died while on the set.

Meanwhile, the last time that Lucas Black became part of the “Fast & Furious” franchise was during its third installment titled “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” where he was the protagonist along with Korean actor Sung Kang, who until the end of “Fast & Furious 6” played Han Seoul-Oh in the series.

However, unlike Sung Kang, who eventually moved on to the next three installments of the franchise, Black never made it out of the “Tokyo Drift” film.

But latest casting reports for “Fast & Furious 8” now indicate that Lucas Black will be taken back into the franchise to sort of fill for the absence of the late Paul Walker, who shall no longer be coming back to the movie series for obvious reasons.

Black will reprise his role as Sean Boswell. Back in “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift,” Sean was a 17-year-old high school student and an American expat living in Tokyo.

He was a troublemaker with a talent for auto mechanics who makes friends with Twinkie, Neela, and Han Seoul-Oh, who later on becomes his mentor.

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