Michelle Rodriguez will be returning to the “Fast and the Furious” franchise, but there is a catch.

Earlier this week, the actress expressed her desire to see a female writer brought onboard for the ninth instalment of the blockbuster film franchise.

“I felt like there was not enough of a female voice in the franchise. You should evolve with the times, not just pander to certain demographics that are stuck,” she explained during a Bloomberg panel appearance.

“I’ve been the franchise for 16 years and I can count on both hands how many times [co-star Jordana Brewster] and I actually have had a conversation on screen. And I thought that was pathetic,” she continued. “And I said if I’m coming back, I really want there to be a female writer to give it a female voice. And finally they showed me some love and said yeah.”

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Rodriguez, 40, expressed her return conditions at the Bloomberg Future of Equality Summit in London.

This is not the first time Rodriguez has touched on the subject. She previously advocated for a female presence on the “Fast And Furious” writing team in the summer of 2017.

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“’F8′ is out digitally today, I hope they decide to show some love to the women of the franchise on the next one. Or I just might have to say goodbye to a loved franchise. It’s been a good ride and I’m grateful for the opportunity the fans and studio have provided over the years,” she expressed, implying she would bow out of the franchise if a female writer was not brought onboard.

Rodriguez recently had an uncredited role in “Alita: Battle Angel” and will star in the Belgian-Canadian thriller “Dreamland” alongside Armie Hammer, Gary Oldman, Evangeline Lilly and Lily-Rose Depp.