Vin Diesel recently took to his Instagram account and shared a courteous and open invite for Dwayne Johnson. This invite was for Dwayne Johnson to ask him to come back for the Fast and Furious franchise’s big finale.
The last time we saw Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel together on the big screen in the 2017’s The Fate of the Furious.
Vin Diesel shared a still from his past appearance and wrote, “Hobbs can’t be played by no other.” Vin Diesel posted a snapshot of their characters Dominic Toretto and Luke Hobbs from one of the Fast and Furious movies.
Vin Diesel wrote a big note for Dwayne by saying, “My little brother Dwayne… the time has come. The world awaits the finale of Fast 10. As you know, my children refer to you as Uncle Dwayne in my house. There is not a holiday that goes by that they and you don’t send well wishes… but the time has come. Legacy awaits. I told you years ago that I was going to fulfill my promise to Pablo. I swore that we would reach and manifest the best Fast in the finale that is 10!”
He added, ” say this out of love… but you must show up, do not leave the franchise idle you have a very important role to play. Hobbs can’t be played by no other. I hope that you rise to the occasion and fulfill your destiny.”
Dwayne Johnson took an exit from the Fast and Furious franchise when he had a fallout with Diesel.
Dwayne Johnson was seen referring to his co-stars as “candy a***s” and “unprofessional” on Instagram. His post went viral. Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel cleared their differences through a conversation.
Dwayne Johnson was also seen giving a savage reply about the jokes of Vin Diesel. Dwayne Johnson said that these jokes are “interesting” and “play great”. “People think these jokes come from me and they actually don’t…You’d be surprised with how many people come to me with, ‘I’ve got a great one! I’ve got another great Vin Diesel joke!’ I’m sure you do. It’s always funny,” he added.
In one interview, Dwayne Johnson replied that he and Vin have “fundamental difference in philosophies” related to the way to approach “moviemaking and collaborating.”