This is Why Dwayne Johnson Walked Away From the ‘Fast & Furious’ Franchise.



The Fast and Furious franchise is increasing; however, Dwayne Johnson is out. Hiram Garcia of Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions confirmed with Collider that Johnson would now not play Luke Hobbs. And he defined why.

Garcia, president of productions with Seven Bucks, sat down to advertise Dwayne Johnson’s latest launch, Jungle Cruise. And whereas he was there, he lastly answered questions on Johnson’s future with The Fast motion pictures. According to him, The Rock will not seem within the upcoming Fast & Furious 10 or 11.

Fast & Furious ten is slated to hit theaters on April 7, 2022. And whereas Johnson is making a soar, Sung Kang, Vin Diesel, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Michelle Rodriguez, and Tyrese Gibson are all planning to return to the display screen.

Dwayne Johnson is Focusing on ‘Other Storytelling Avenues’

Johnson joined the Fast & Furious solid in 2011 for the fifth installment. He final performed Luke Hobbs within the 2017 movie The Fate of The Furious

However, Johnson might be starring in Hobbs & Shaw 2, and the movie is presently within the works. Garcia was famous that the writers are engaged on a brand new twist for the following film. And they know followers will like it. 

“At the moment, we’re trying to figure out what that sequel is going to be, but we have some huge ideas,” Garcia stated. “So while he will not be in F10 or F11, that won’t in any way interfere with our Hobbs plans.”

Garcia did acknowledge that by taking part in Hobbs & Shaw, Johnson continues to be linked to the Fast franchise. “All these characters exist in the Fast universe, and we love to see all aspects of that universe thrive and succeed,” he informed reporters. 

Dwayne Johnson stated he determined to stroll away due to the desire to concentrate on different tales. But some folks surprise if his feud with Vin Diesel performed a component. The two began making headlines in 2016 whereas filming Fate of the Furious. The Rock commented on a few of his costars being “candy**es in a social media post.” And the jab gave the impression to be aimed toward Vin Diesel. They’ve since claimed to have buried the hatchet; however, that doesn’t at all times appear plausible. 

Vin Diesel recently informed Uncrazed that he gave Dwayne “a lot of tough love” whereas filming collectively. Diesel claimed that he wanted to assist in getting Dwayne’s appearance “where it needed to be.” And Johnson clapped again in a following interview with The Hollywood Reporter. “I laughed, and I laughed hard,” he stated, referring to Diesel’s remark. “I think everyone laughed at that. And I’ll leave it at that.”

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