Someone's trying to get Fast & Furious Hitler spin-off 'Fast Nein' crowdfunded

Jordan VanDina has also written a 71-page script for the proposed film

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You'd assume that with cameras set to roll on an eighth Fast & Furious film, the franchise was in danger of running out of steam.

Firstly, you couldn't be more wrong.

Secondly, should that ever be the case, perhaps producers should think outside the box just like this fan who's proposed a fairly bold idea for the next instalment: Fast Nein: The Fast and the Führer, a film that would see the ensemble go back in time to race Hitler.

Jordan VanDina is the one behind this idea, and as well as setting up a crowdfunding page for the project, has gone so far as to post a completed 71-page script.  

“This campaign has no affiliation with Universal or anyone involved in the Fast & Furious franchise,” he writes in a disclaimer.

“I also have no power or authority to make this movie. Please don’t donate to this but feel free to read the script.”

It seems VanDina has used the page - and its ensuing coverage - to merely showcase his writing skills; should producers want to reboot the franchise once the final trilogy of films has been released, it's increased VanDina's chance of penning it.

You can visit Fast Nein's crowdfunding page here. Fast and Furious 8 is due out in 2017. Recent reports suggested Charlize Theron was being lined up to star in a villainous role.