It is the movie fans of the smash hit The Fast And The Furious franchise are desperate to see.
Vin Diesel finally gave them something to look forward to when he revealed the abbreviated titled Fast 8 will officially hit cinemas on April 2017 after sharing the film's debut poster on Instagram.
It will be the first in the series to be fully made since the death of Paul Walker, who was killed in 2013 after a Porsche Carrera GT he was riding in crashed into a concrete lamppost and two trees at 45 miles per hour before bursting into flames.
Bald action man Vin made a minimalist announcement, posting the picture of the forthcoming film's poster without even attaching a caption.
The image, which features the New York skyline at dawn, features the tagline 'new roads ahead.'
Plot details have yet to be revealed. Intriguingly, and despite the New York poster, Universal is looking to make the movie the first major studio film to shoot in Cuba.
Furious 7, the last film to feature the late Paul Walker, was a box office sensation.
It grossed $1.5 billion at the worldwide box office and was the sixth highest-grossing movie ever. It managed to rake in just over $353 million in the US alone
Vin Diesel previously said: 'Paul Walker used to say that eight was guaranteed. And in some ways, when your brother guarantees something, you sometimes feel like you have to make sure it comes to pass.
'So if fate has it, F8...if fate has it, then you'll get this when you hear about it. Seven was for Paul, eight is from Paul.'