The author of these lines always has to look again before a » Fast 10 » article to see whether this film will be the last or not, whereby the answer is always: «Fast & Furious 11» is actually supposed to come as well. This franchise, which started in 2001, has now been under the hood for more than 20 years, so it’s easy to lose track of things. We don’t know how familiar Daniela Melchior is with Fast & Furious (she wasn’t even five years old when the first film started), but the actress is now negotiating a presumably not-so-minor role in the penultimate film in the series , Fast & Furious 10.
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Daniela Melchior: Breakthrough as Rat Woman in «The Suicide Squad»
Daniela Melchior played mainly in Portuguese TV series before she was engaged by the casting directors Yiniva Cardenas and John Papsidera for » The Suicide Squad » and made an immediate impression there as Ratcatcher 2. Melchior’s DC character is a criminal with the ability to command rats, but she of all things brings a noticeable warmth to the darkly humorous, rough and bloody spectacle.
The Wrap reported exclusively on the potential newcomer. As is so often the case, it is not yet publicly known what role Daniela Melchior will play in «Fast 10» or what it will be about at all. Over the years, the series has grown into an action-packed soap opera whose plot twists are as absurd as the stunts:
Obviously dead characters suddenly come to life again and with Dom’s brother Jakob ( John Cena ) a family member surprisingly appeared in the ninth film who had never been mentioned before. We wouldn’t be surprised if Daniela Melchior played Dom and Letty’s ( Michelle Rodriguez ) daughter, who’s been missing for [insert stupid reason here] for years and is back, but like I said, nothing is known about it yet.
«Fast & Furious 10» with, among other things, the newcomer Jason Momoa as the villain will start in German cinemas on May 18, 2023. If you don’t want to miss this and other important restarts, whether cinema, streaming or home cinema, then subscribe to our free newsletter, which is published every Thursday.
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