"For your information, I've been at it from the beginning, long before Chris Morgan came along, and he has nothing to do with where this narrative is or where it goes," he wrote on social networks, downplaying the role of the writer. films the main saga precisely from "Tokyo Link" before moving on with "Hobbs & Shaw".
Another member of the family is Tyrese Gibson (Roman Pearce), who in the past expressed his anger at the spin-off postponing the premiere of 'Furious Speed 9' from 2019 to 2020, saying that 'the' Fast family 'is just this, a family … we don't travel alone ".
He also threatened to quit if Dwayne Johnson returned: "You got the survival of my family and my daughters, I get into yours."
In a new message meanwhile erased on social networks (but not in time to be preserved), the actor shared the news that "Hobbs & Shaw" had the lowest box office debut since "Tokyo Link" and vented that "separating the family clearly" doesn't have the value one might assume it has. "
It is recalled that "Furious Speed 10", which debuts Daniel Casey in the script, is now in shooting and Dwayne Johnson and Jason Staham will not return.
Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel had a serious anger during the filming of "Furious Speed 8" and this animosity was made public in August 2016, when the former said on social media that some of his castmates were not truly professional.
It quickly became clear that the comment had only one recipient, Vin Diesel, who was probably very angry in private but devalued the subject in public, even saying that his colleague "shone" in his role as Luke Hobbs.
The two stars buried the war ax after Johnson, who began with "Furious Speed 5", acknowledged that the saga belonged to Diesel. Money was never an issue, as both were the highest paid cast.
Either way, the two were separated during the promotion of "Furious Speed 8" and it turned out that their scenes were filmed so that they were never on the scene at the same time.
According to Johnson, the reason for the anger was a difference in interpretation of what is "professionalism" and was resolved after a conversation between the two.
In an interview with Rolling Stone in April of last year, the actor said that he wished Vin Diesel the best and that he had no resentment because it was all clear between them, but then thought better and let out a laugh: "In fact, scratch that one part of not holding resentment. Let's just be all clear. "