In the capable hands of Justin Lin, the Fast & Furious movies have been transformed into one of Hollywood’s most reliable moneymaking franchises, and after allowing The Conjuring’s James Wan to take the wheel with next year’s Fast & Furious 7, it sounds like Lin may return to bring the series to an end in the near future.

According to a new report, Universal (a studio not rich in tentpoles) are hoping to get Lin back for what is described as, “a multi-part production that will lead to multiple movies shot together and will wave the checkered flag on the Fast & Furious franchise.” So, does that mean no more Fast & Furious movies?

The report doesn’t delve that far into the future, but following the sad death of Paul Walker and the fact that the original cast are getting older, it’s easy to imagine their stories being wrapped up ahead of a reboot!

Lin was being lined up to helm a sequel to The Bourne Legacy starring Jeremy Renner, but with Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon reteaming for a Bourne movie actually featuring the titular character, it’s been put on the back burner. Wan meanwhile is going to be busy directing horror sequel, The Conjuring 2.

When all this is expected to happen isn’t clear and it doesn’t sound as if Universal are even in talks with Justin Lin (who is set to shoot the first two episodes of True Detective’s next season) as of right now.

This is the plan for the Fast & Furious franchise though, so be sure to stay tuned for more details!