When The Transporter Refueled was first announced, the entire idea of a Transporter reboot was reported as a new trilogy — Transporter 4, 5, and 6. In fact, Transporter 5 and Transporter 6 are
tentatively listed on Besson's IMDB page, and deals have already been made for the films between Besson's EuropaCorp and Fundamental Films. However, none of those
supposed sequels are on Skrein's IMDB page, and neither of the projects
have projected release or production dates listed. As with any sequel, it's likely that any future Transporter films will depend on the box office.
Of course, given the series' past success, it's highly unlikely The Transporter Refueled won't get a sequel, and Skrein is certainly down for a follow-up film. When asked about the possibility for more Transporter films, Skrein said he'd be open to do as many as Besson wants. "I could potentially be in for a sequel, but you never know in the industry right? You never know if it'll turn into 20 movies, so I take every day as it comes," Skrein told ScreenRant.
Even if The Transporter Refueled doesn't get a sequel, audiences will still get a chance to see Skrein heat up the big screen. Skrein's got a big year ahead. Not only is the actor starring in his biggest film to date with Transporter Refueled, he will also star opposite Ryan Reynolds in the upcoming Deadpool movie as Ajax. Should his character survive the film, Skrein said that he'd be equally game to participate in other X-Men films, telling ScreenRant, "We'll have to wait and see. I'm just such a fan of what Ryan [Reynolds] has done with the role and I'm just so proud to have done the one movie. Again, if it turns into 20 movies, great, or if it's just the one, I'm happy to have had the the experience and the growth."