The Fate of the Furious is easily one of the most well-regarded films in the Fast & Furious franchise, but it turns out that its director may not return for another one.
Gray responded, "Right now I'm starting a company, so that is my focus for the last couple of months. I had a chance to take a week off, a vacation, and then jump into some prior stuff that I had to take care of. And in the midst of starting a company, so that's what I've been dealing with."
So while there will be another Fast film, Gray could potentially forgo the opportunity and let someone else take the reins.
In another recent interview, Gray spoke about the much beloved Fast character Han Seoul-Oh, and joined in with fans who lamented his death. Han, played by Sung Kang, was killed off by Jason Statham's character in Furious 7.
Gray said, "I will say this. You know what, I think that while I love Jason's character in Fate of the Furious I think that there could have been a little room for adjustment to his character in Fate of the Furious."
He ended by stating, "I think there was a little room for that. I won't go as far as saying he shouldn't have helped take down Cipher as a character, but in hindsight, I think that there was a little room for adjustment there for sure."