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Dwayne Johnson confirms that he will not be returning to the “Fast & Furious” franchise

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Following Vin Diesel’s public proposal to Dwayne Johnson in November for a return to the Fast and Furious franchise, the interpreter known as “The Rock” clarified that he will not be appearing in the next instalment of the famous action saga and sent a strong message to the actor who plays Domic Toretto.

The intéprete film Netflix, Red Notice, s  and expressed surprise at the publishing of Diesel during an interview with CNN.  having previously spoken with him privately and agreed not to return to the drama.

“Last month, I was taken aback by Vin’s most recent article. When Vin and I didn’t connect on social media in June, I told him personally and discreetly that I wasn’t coming back to the business.

“I was tough but nice, and I said I’d always support the cast, but there’s no chance I’ll return,” he told the press.

Likewise, the actor believes Vin’s publishing is a clear example of the interpreter’s “manipulation” of him because he brought up sensitive topics like his children and the death of actor Paul Walker, who died in 2013, in order to persuade him to participate.

Vin’s article is an example of his deception; I didn’t appreciate how he addressed his children and Paul Walker’s death.

They should be left out of this. We discussed this for months and came to an unambiguous consensus. My intention had been to conclude this fantastic trip with the “Fast and Furious” franchise with appreciation and grace the entire time. He went on to say, “It’s unfortunate that this public discourse has muddled the waters.”

Regardless of his reaction, the actor wished the best for the next instalment of the action saga starring Diesel: “Regardless, I am confident in the ‘Fast’ universe and its consistent ability to deliver to the audience, and I honestly wish best of luck and a lot of success in the next chapter to my former co-stars and the rest of the cast,” he said.

Diesel wrote a note to the guy who portrayed Luke Hobbs in the series in November of this year. He posted a snapshot of both of them in the video on Instagram and wrote a little composition to persuade him to join.

In the letter, he addressed his “little brother Dwayne” and asked him to “fulfil his destiny” by appearing in the latest film of the Fast and Furious franchise.

 

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