Dwayne Johnson breaks his silence on his Quick X return and addresses ending his feud with Vin Diesel whereas asserting a brand new Quick and Livid film.
Warning: Spoilers for Quick XDwayne Johnson breaks his silence on his Quick X return and addresses ending his feud with Vin Diesel. Launched in theaters on Might 19, the newest Quick and Livid movie lays the groundwork for the franchise’s endgame with Jason Momoa’s Dante Reyes looking for revenge towards Dom and his household for his or her position in his father’s dying. The Quick X ending contains a number of cliffhangers and shock cameos, together with the return of Gal Gadot as Gisele and a post-credits scene that brings again Johnson as Luke Hobbs, who was truly the one who executed Hernan Reyes in Quick 5.
Now, in a Twitter put up asserting a brand new Quick and Livid film, Dwayne Johnson broke his silence on his Quick X return and addressed ending his feud with Diesel which prompted him to depart the franchise after The Destiny of the Livid.
Johnson introduced a brand new Quick and Livid movie that can function his return as Hobbs and bridge the hole between Quick X and Quick X: Half II, which is anticipated in 2025. The actor additionally admits to being blown away by the constructive reactions to his character’s return in Quick X and proclaims that he and Diesel have put their previous feud behind them.
Is Dwayne Johnson & Vin Diesel’s Quick & Livid Feud Lastly Over?
The sheer proven fact that Johnson returned as Hobbs in Quick X appeared to point that his years-long feud with Diesel had lastly been resolved. Shortly after Quick X‘s launch in theaters, Diesel was first to interrupt his silence on Johnson’s shock return as Hobbs, although the Dom actor danced round his previous feud with The Rock throughout the filming of earlier Quick and Livid movies and made no express point out of it. Now, in Johnson’s latest announcement, he is outright declaring that he and Diesel have firmly put their previous feud behind them.
The Rock and Diesel’s feud turned public in 2016 when the previous shared a since-deleted Instagram put up calling unnamed members of the Quick and Livid forged “sweet asses.” It is speculated he was referring to Diesel, which was corroborated by Michelle Rodriguez confirming there was pressure between the 2 on set and Tyrese Gibson accusing Johnson of attempting to make the franchise about himself. No matter went on behind the scenes, it seems Johnson and Diesel have put their petty variations behind them for the better good of the franchise. Quick X is only the start of what is to return.
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