The Rock Wants to Fight & Beat Up the Vin Diesel in Real Life For Shocking Reason?? OMG.
The Rock, a.k.a. Dwayne Johnson, recently declined Vin Diesel’s plea to have the former WWE striker return to the Fast and Furious 10 set. These two action megastars first appeared to have the ideal chemistry for an action movie when they entered our area.
Later on, though, their strong personalities made it much more difficult for them to get along. Despite the fact that Dwayne Johnson joined the Fast and Furious series in 2011 with the movie Fast Five, their dispute did not become widely known until 2017 with the release of the movie Fate of the Furious.
He even referred to several of them as “sugar asses.” While he did not specifically name anyone, there were widespread suspicions on social media that the message was directed at Vin Diesel, one of his fellow actors, regarding Diesel’s behavior on the movie set.
Since Dwyane Johnson’s post was taken down, both stars have opened out about their rivalry in interviews and messages on social media. On the other side, there are rumours that these two megastars have reconciled recently.
However, it appears that Dwyane Johnson still thinks Vin Diesel is not entirely truthful. Coming back to Vin Diesel’s most recent post, he shared a conversation he had with The Rock regarding his “little brother Dwyane” joining the Fast and Furious franchise. Johnson also turned down his request, as was already mentioned.
When Vin Diesel claimed that his kids nicknamed Dwyane Johnson “Uncle Dwayne” in one of his Instagram posts, Dwyane Johnson clarified in an interview that he did not like Vin dragging his kids into the conversation.
He continues by saying that neither his kids nor Dwyane Johnson extend their best wishes. Johnson added in an interview that he did not like Diesel for bringing up the awful passing of Paul Walker.
Diesel promised Walker, who goes by Pablo, in an Instagram post that he would create “The best speed of the last 10!” When Diesel brought up Walker’s and Diesel’s children, Johnson appears to have already told him to “leave it at that.”
The news that The Rock has no intentions to return to the series may disappoint fans of Johnson’s Fast & Furious character, Luke Hobbs. Johnson and Diesel are rumoured to have “engaged” at one point, but it seems Johnson does not want to collaborate with Diesel once more.
Johnson may still have the opportunity to reprise his part in the spin-off films Fast & Furious and Hobbs & Shaw. If not, fans can anticipate seeing all of their favorite actors—aside from Johnson—return for Fast & Furious 10 when it debuts in 2023.