One of the familiar characters who many believed died in the “Fast & Furious” franchise is reportedly set to rejoin Dominic Toretto and the gang on “Fast & Furious 10.”

According to a report from The Direct, Gal Gadot will be returning on the next installment although it remains unclear how this will be done.

It will be recalled that Gadot, who appeared on “Fast Five” and “Fast & Furious 6” as Gisele Yashar, seemingly died while trying to save her on-screen boyfriend Han Lue (Sung Kang).

Ironically, Kang also revealed that he had shot separate scenes with Gadot when they were doing flashback scenes in “Furious 7.”

"There is a scene in 7 that I did shoot that people don't know about," Kang said when he spoke on the debut episode of Sung's Garage podcast. "I did a scene with Vin — Dom and Letty, and this is the one James Wan was directing — and I went to Atlanta, me and Gal went to Atlanta to shoot separate scenes. They were flashback scenes."

Gadot’s return in “Fast & Furious 10” remains unconfirmed for now. But if ever she does re-emerge, she would be another member of the “Justice League” joining the franchise.

“Aquaman” star Jason Momoa will be making his debut in the “Fast and Furious” franchise, believed to be the new villain in the mix.

In an interview with GQ, the 43-year-old actor said that he would be driving around in a lavender car with matching purple and pin-painted toenails.

"It's been hard because people always think I'm just this dude who plays [macho characters]," Momoa said. "But I want to be moved, I want something new. Things are changing, and even the villain roles I'm playing now are eccentric."

Aside from Momoa, and possibly Gadot, other new cast members include Rita Moreno, Alan Ritchson, Daniela Melchior, and Brie Larson.

Gal Gadot
The 36-year old beauty got candid in her Elle interview and shared her aversion to conflict and at one point, reflected on her discontinued path to become a lawyer.  Patrick McMullan/Getty Images

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