- The Rock talks about beefs with 'Fast and Furious' costars Tyrese Gibson and Vin Diesel
- Fragile masculinity: why no one in the Fast and Furious films can lose a fight
- Tyrese Gibson Goes After Dwayne Johnson Over ‘Fast & Furious’ Spinoff ‘Hobbs And Shaw’ Box Office
The Rock talks about beefs with 'Fast and Furious' costars Tyrese Gibson and Vin Diesel
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Universal Pictures. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and his "Fast and Furious" costar Tyrese Gibson still aren't on speaking terms, and there doesn't seem to be any plans to change that. Someone called into the show to ask whether Johnson had spoken to Gibson recently. Johnson said that not only had they not spoken, there was "no need to have a conversation. In October, Gibson blamed the delay of the next movie in the franchise on Johnson, who is starring in the spinoff "Hobbs and Shaw" next year alongside Jason Statham.
Not all of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's "Fast and Furious" co-stars are apparently happy about his spin-off, "Hobbs and Shaw" — and he's calling them out. In an interview with Rolling Stone , Johnson said "it's so silly" that some of his co-stars would complain about the spin-off, which co-stars Jason Statham and comes to theaters next year. So be smart, get on the train, think about the big picture — and let's create multiple trains. The analogy that was given to me, which was very funny, was that it's like if Robert Downey, Jr. Let it all happen!
The feud first started when rumors swirled that Johnson had plans to make a spinoff movie based on his character, which eventually pushed back the release of the upcoming Fast 9 movie. He tried…….. Folks called me a hater…. Attacked me for speaking out….. Gibson previously made the announcement that he would be stepping away from the franchise if Johnson appeared in the ninth movie with an Instagram post back in Nov.
Perhaps they love the idea of seeing a couple of bald, semi-coherent middle-aged men punch each other somewhere other than Wetherspoons at 2pm on a Tuesday afternoon. Jason Statham has apparently negotiated an agreement with the studio that limits the extent to which he can be beaten up. Schwartzel has uncovered some corkers. For example, as it was originally written, there was a scene in The Fate of the Furious in which Johnson would be lying by the feet of Vin Diesel, but Johnson had it changed so that he sat instead, lest anyone think he is a wimp. Remember the fight between Statham and Johnson in Furious 7 , which ended mid-brawl when a helicopter fired a missile that destroyed the ground between them?
Fragile masculinity: why no one in the Fast and Furious films can lose a fight
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Tyrese Gibson Goes After Dwayne Johnson Over ‘Fast & Furious’ Spinoff ‘Hobbs And Shaw’ Box Office
This siva tau was special, created specifically for the film with the aid of Samoan cultural consultants. And as a sacred cultural tradition, Johnson told Leitch it warranted sensitivity. With this in mind, Leitch filmed only a few takes rather than the countless coverage angles typical of a blockbuster shoot of this size and scale. He kept the siva tau under wraps from his mother, Ata Johnson, until filming. It was the most she had ever heard him speak in Samoan. All of them. In addition to new characters and deeper backstories, the spinoff moves into action-comedy territory, punctuated by zippy exchanges and surprise cameos.
The plot follows the unlikely team-up of the titular Luke Hobbs Dwayne Johnson and Deckard Shaw Jason Statham , characters introduced in the main series, as they are forced to team up with Shaw's sister Vanessa Kirby when a genetically-enhanced terrorist Idris Elba and his organization threaten the world with a deadly virus. Leitch signed on to direct in April , and Kirby and Elba both joined the cast that July. Filming began in September and lasted through January , mostly taking place in London and Glasgow. The film received praise for the performances of Johnson, Statham, and Kirby, as well as its visual style and action choreography finesse, although the runtime and complicated plot were criticized. In London , Hattie Shaw and her team of MI6 agents attempt to retrieve a programmable supervirus named 'Snowflake' from terrorist organization Eteon. Brixton Lore, an Eteon operative with cybernetic implants that allow him to perform superhuman feats, arrives and kills all the agents except Hattie, who injects Snowflake into herself before escaping.