Fast 8 doesn't drop until April of next year, but we have our popcorn out now for this feud between Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Vin Diesel!
It all started when The Rock took to Facebook and posted a very cryptic rant where he called out the unprofessional behavior of an unnamed male costar from the upcoming sequel.
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It didn't take long for the world to get more dirt on the feud — which is apparently with Vin!
We only heard who had beef because the two action stars reportedly tried to squash their squabble in a secret meeting inside the Rock's trailer on Tuesday.
But now we're hearing that didn't work out too well! An insider close to the situation dished that it really all boils down to the actors' huge egos clashing — that and Mr. Diesel, who's the film's producer, making some calls that Johnson didn't like.
It apparently meant the closed door meeting ended like this!
OK, not really.
But it doesn't appear it'll get resolved on this production. Another source close to production told TMZ that as soon as Vin finished filming his final scenes for the movie on Wednesday morning, he bounced!
Shortly after director F. Gary Gray called cut, Diesel rounded everyone up to let them know he was leaving and told them "Daddy's gone" — you know, since the 49-year-old is the head of the Furious fam!
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The Rock will be finishing up his final scenes on Thursday, and the speedy sequel will wrap next week!
Since production is almost finished, we're not sure how much more fuel we'll get for this feud fire, but at least we know there'll be some new info before the film's release on April 14, 2017!
We can't wait for that press junket!
But will their contentious relationship affect how much Johnson we'll see in the next FF installment??
[Image via Universal Pictures.]
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