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After two long years of waiting, this month saw the release of Fast & Furious 8: The Fate of the Furious.
In the build-up to the film's launch, we heard Vin Diesel's tribute to Paul Walker, who sadly died during the making of the seventh adventure, but we also what may happen to the man-mountain himself.
Warning: Spoilers below.
Following the latest chapter in the series of Fast and Furious films, there has been a cry of 'Justice For Han'.
Basically, the story goes that Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) reunites with his family, explaining that the presence of his infant son is the reason why he had to go and lead the criminal life, helping a cyber terrorist (Charlize Theron) known as Cipher.
However, lurking within the confidantes was Jason Statham (who plays Deckard Shaw), and any true fan will remember that two movies ago, he took out Han - a former member of Dom's team.
Screenwriter Chris Morgan gave a little inkling to fans about what is coming up series recently.
"Justice for Han," he said in an interview. "I think you will learn a lot more about it, and I don't know if that hashtag will be the appropriate one to put on it down the road.
"But I can tell you this: We will definitely be talking more about Han."
The film has been a massive success and raked in $532m (£408m) from overseas viewings in its opening weekend. Its been confirmed that there will be at least two more sequels to follow, with the eighth, ninth and tenth showings a mini-trilogy within a large franchise.
Other subtle clues about the future of Han have also been put about. Producer Neal Moritz, a self-proclaimed Han fan, said: "From the initial conceit of Deckard, I've never really thought of him as a bad guy. He was definitely against our team but he's a gay with a code who loves his family."
Even Deckard (Statham) himself had words to say: "That whole episode has not fully detailed exactly what happened. I'm not going to say anything more than that! But [writer-producer Chris Morgan] likes to annoy the fans and please the fans and get all these angry protests. So, more to come."
The franchise to date has raked in over $4.5bn (£3.5bn) worldwide since the first film was released in 2001, and the films have continued to grow in revenue after the third instalment, Tokyo Drift.
Whatever legacy Han has left, parts eight, nine and 10 will be sure to leave us reeling in the aftermath. Justice? There's only one way to find out...
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