As the “Fast and Furious” franchise begins its fade to black, it may not be the end of the road for some of our favorite characters.

In fact, Vin Diesel confirmed he’s working to develop a “Fast and Furious” spin-off series featuring an all-female cast. Diesel spoke about the project while attending “Fast” co-star Charlize Theron‘s Africa Outreach Program Block Party.

With the main “Fast” franchise coming to a close, Diesel is already eyeing new projects within the universe. Additionally, the return of a certain character in “Fast X” may play a factor in how the spin-off franchise moves forward.

Vin Diesel shares some details about his proposed spin-off series

According to a recent interview with Variety, Diesel is already hard at work seeing how he can expand the “Fast” universe, even after the Dominic Toretto story ends. “I started developing the female spinoff… in 2017 with other spinoffs,” he said.

Diesel added, “The sooner I deliver the finale, the sooner I can launch all the spinoffs.” The current plan to finish the main franchise with an 11th film is still up for debate. Diesel and the producers are considering splitting the franchise into three films before moving forward with spin-offs.

As of now, we can only speculate who the other spin-offs might incorporate. But the all-female “Fast” movies already have a host of pre-existing characters to work with. However, Michelle Rodriguez may not be one of them.

“You pass the baton on. You take the back seat,” Rodriguez said on the red carpet during the “Fast X” premiere. Rodriguez also mentioned the necessity of going “Passenger side. When it comes [to] the next generation, you have to. It’s the only way to let them define the future.”

However, between Charlize Theron’s “Cipher,” Nathalie Emmanuel‘s “Ramsey,” Brie Larson‘s “Tess,” Cardi B‘s Leysa” and many more, there are plenty of directions an all-female series could go. Especially because of the return of a popular character…

That cameo will probably become more important down the line

Okay, from this point on, fair warning: MAJOR SPOILERS

Now that Gal Gadot‘s character, Gisele, is back in the fold, the possibilities for a spin-off franchise are only increasing. According to Rodriguez and Diesel, bringing Gadot back to the franchise was in the works long before “Fast X.” In fact, she filmed multiple cameos before her recent appearance.

“We have shot other things a long time ago that might not have fit that specific movie as a finale,” Diesel said. However, he noted that balancing the fan service moments with the emotional integrity of the film is always tricky.

Despite her cameo in “Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” Gadot’s future within the DC Extended Universe is unclear which could free her up for more “Fast” films.

A third “Wonder Woman” film had entered the development stage. Patty Jenkins was set to return as director before Warner Bros. Discovery canceled it late last year.

The studio cited creative differences as the reason for the split, but Jenkins set the record straight with a controversial statement. “I never walked away. I was open to considering anything asked of me. It was my understanding there was nothing I could do to move anything forward at this time,” she said.

Jenkins understands that, along with her film and the canceled “Batgirl” movie, several other Warner Bros. Discovery projects suddenly vanished from their release schedule.

“DC is obviously buried in changes they are having to make, so I understand these decisions are difficult right now,” she added.

Does this mean Gadot will star in more “Fast” movies?

Gal Gadot could be preparing to exit the DCEU after her rumored cameo in the upcoming “Flash” movie. That film, starring Ezra Miller as the titular character, is shaping up to be a hard reset for the entire DCEU franchise.

With superhero series needing to shake things up a bit, multiverses have become much more common in the MCU with movies like “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” hinging their entire plots on the existence of multiple universes.

“The Flash” is doing something very similar at a critical time for the DCEU. The story also utilizes a multiverse to incorporate different versions of famous characters, including Michael Keaton‘s highly-anticipated return as Bruce Wayne.

If Gadot does appear in “The Flash,” there’s a good chance it will serve as a farewell for the character, freeing her up to lead the all-female “Fast” spin-off Diesel is currently working on.

Universal is all-in to do more with the “Fast” universe

Thankfully, Diesel isn’t the only one fighting for more “Fast” movies. Universal Pictures chairperson Donna Langley is fully on-board with more “Fast” movies, especially an all-female series.

In an interview with Insider, she talked about the future of Universal Pictures. That future, according to her, involves the “Fast” saga. “I would love to see a female ‘Fast,'” she said, noting Diesel’s enthusiasm for the project, as well.

“We have so many great and amazing female characters in our franchise and now there’s the new addition of Brie Larson to add to the incredible roster,” she added.