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Dwayne Johnson says there's 'no chance' he'll be returning to 'Fast & Furious after a public vin diesel plea

Vin Diesel has asked Dwayne Johnson to reject his public appeal to him to return to Fast & Furious. Diesel's request was met with surprise by The Rock, who even described it as "a great example of manipulation."

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Dwayne Johnson says there's 'no chance' he'll be returning to 'Fast & Furious after a public vin diesel plea

Vin's most recent post surprised me. Johnson told CNN that Vin and I had a private conversation in June. We didn't connect via social media. Johnson says that he informed Johnson directly and privately that I wouldn't be returning to the franchise. "I was firm but cordial in my words and stated that I would always support the cast and root for the franchise's success, but that it was unlikely that I would be returning. I spoke privately with my Universal partners, who were all supportive because they understood the problem.

Diesel and Johnson last appeared together in Fast & Furious' 2017 film, The Fate of the Furious. Diesel called Johnson on Instagram in November to tell him to return to Fast & Furious to fulfill his destiny.

"Vin's recent post in the public eye was an example of his manipulation. It was a shame that he also brought up Paul Walker's children in the post. Johnson says, "Leave them out of it." Johnson says that they had discussed this many months ago and reached a mutual understanding. I had always hoped to end this amazing Fast & Furious journey with gratitude and grace. This public dialogue has made it difficult to navigate the waters.

He says that despite the circumstances, he is confident in Fast Universe's ability to deliver consistently for its audience. And he wishes his former crew members and co-stars the best of luck in the next chapter.

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In 2016, Johnson made public reports about drama between the actors on Fast and Furious sets. He called some of his male co-stars "candya**es" and "unprofessional" via Instagram. Fans quickly speculated that Johnson was referring to Diesel. ET was told by a source that Diesel and Johnson clashed during filming.

Diesel wrote part of Diesel's post: "My little brother Dwayne... The time has come." Fast 10's finale is now in the world. You know that my children refer to me as Uncle Dwayne in our house. They and you send well wishes on every holiday. But it is now. Legacy is waiting. Years ago, I promised Pablo that I would fulfill my promise. I promised that we would achieve and manifest the highest Fast in the finale, which is 10,!"

In a Vanity Fair profile, the Jungle Cruise star shared that he met Diesel to discuss things after the viral post went viral. However, he didn't necessarily call it a peaceful meeting.

It was a meeting of clarity. We had a great chat in my trailer and it was from that conversation that it became clear that we were on two different ends of the spectrum. He said that he had agreed to leave it at that point.

Two more films will complete the action franchise. Diesel stated to ET in June that the final two films in the action franchise, F10 and F11, will not disappoint fans.

Below is more information about Diesel and Johnson's collaboration on Fast & Furious.

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