Fast X Almost Made Jason Momoa And Alan Ritchson’s New Characters Brothers

During the climax of “Fast X,” it seems Aimes lastly realizes that Dom and his household have been arrange by Dante, and The Agency’s new chief begins serving to our heroes as they attempt to outwit and outlast Dante. But in the long run, it is revealed that Aimes has been on Dante’s aspect because the occasions of “Fast Five,” with a retcon flashback revealing Aimes’ presence throughout that movie’s vault heist, sparking a partnership that led to this game-changing twist. The reveal comes when Aimes, the newest antagonistic determine who has seemingly turn into an ally of the household, makes use of a rocket launcher to blast a airplane with Roman, Tej, Han, and Ramsey out of the sky, sending it crashing right into a mountainside. 

Interestingly sufficient, Ritchson just lately revealed to Entertainment Weekly that the connection between Aimes and Dante was virtually much more substantial. The actor pulled again the curtain whereas speaking about how a lot he knew in regards to the character going into manufacturing:

“I don’t know if this is divulging too much, but we shot a couple different stories. One was that Jason Momoa’s character and Aimes were blood brothers. They were actually related, and one of the reasons why they were unified was because of their genetic link. There is a version in the editing room of that film, but at the end of the day it was decided that the other version which is what’s in the film now — we learn at the end of the movie that really surprising twist that there was an alliance between them the whole time making him maybe the bad guy — that’s what we’re left with. I wasn’t really sure which version of that was going to live, but I did know that there was a lot of duplicity in the character and that he was ultimately a bad guy, at least for now. We’ll see what the future holds.”

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