Vin Diesel Asks The Rock To Join “Fast 10”: “Legacy Awaits”
Vin Diesel is apparently ready to crush his audience with Dwayne Johnson for the sake of a franchise close to his heart.
The action star took to Instagram on Sunday and called on the other action star to reunite with him and “fulfill your destiny” for the next one. Fast 10, which he called the “finale” of the franchise. Universal has already defined the Fast reminder of April 7, 2023, with sources recounting Deadline that Diesel is likely to announce the film’s title in the near future.
âMy little brother Dwayneâ¦ the time has come,â Diesel wrote. “The world is waiting for the final of Fast 10. As you know my kids call you Uncle Dwayne in my house. There isn’t a holiday that goes by without them and you sending good wishesâ¦ but the time has come.
The actor who becameMusical artist continued, sharing that “the legacy awaits” and that he “was going to keep my promise to Pablo.”
âI swore that we would reach and show the best Fast in the final which is 10! I say this out of loveâ¦ but you have to introduce yourself, don’t leave the franchise idle, you have a very important role to play, âDiesel said. âHobbs cannot be played by any other. I hope you will rise to the occasion and fulfill your destiny.
This latest IG post comes amid new developments in the pair’s ever-changing wrestling, when The Rock said Vanity Show in his November 2021 cover story that Diesel’s explanation of âtough loveâ on the set of the franchise was âbullshitâ.
âPart of me feels like there’s no way I’m honoring this bullshit with an answer,â Johnson said. âI’ve been around the block a lot. Unlike him, I did not come from the world of the theater. And, you know, I grew up different and I was raised differently.
Johnson seems determined enough to avoid his former co-star, even admitting that the only way he could have returned for the eighth installment of the series was that he and Diesel haven’t shared any scenes together. As he put it, it was “just crystal clear that we are two separate ends of the spectrum, âso it should be interesting to see if Diesel’s post provokes meetings.