The Rock Speaks About His Problems with Vin Diesel



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The Rock Speaks About His Problems with Vin Diesel

The Rock and Vin Diesel have co-starred in several movies in the past, and The Rock recently spoke about his problems with Vin Diesel. It is a well-known fact that The Rock does not like working with Vin Diesel. The Rock is currently a permanent member of the Fast and Furious Series, where Vin Diesel is the most featured star.

On Vanity Fair, The Rock spoke about his problems with Vin Diesel. He spoke about his contract clause in the Fate of The Furious. According to the clause, he would not share any scenes with Vin Diesel.

The Rock Speaks About His Problem with Vin Diesel

“I wanted to forgo drama,” he said.

“I thought that that was the best thing to do for everybody”. He also recently deleted this post on his Instagram: “My female co-stars are always amazing and I love ’em. My male co-stars however are a different story.

Some conduct themselves as stand up men and true professionals, while others don’t. The ones that don’t are too chicken sh*t to do anything about it anyway. Candy asses. When you watch this movie next April and it seems like I’m not acting in some of these scenes and my blood is legit boiling—you’re right.

#ZeroToleranceForCandyAsses”. The Rock spoke about what frustrated him and what was the reason behind it. “Nothing specific happened, just the same old s**t. And that just wasn’t my best day [because I] chose to share it.

It caused a firestorm. “Yet interestingly enough… [it was] as if every single crew member found their way to me and either quietly thanked me or sent me a note. But, yeah, it wasn’t my best day, sharing that.

I shouldn’t have shared that. Because at the end of the day, that goes against my DNA. I don’t share things like that. And I take care of that kind of bulls**t away from the public. They don’t need to know that.

That’s why I say it wasn’t my best day”. He also spoke about the aftermath of that post. Diesel and the Rock met to try and resolve the problems that they had with each other. “Well, there was a meeting,” The Rock said, laughing.

“I wouldn’t call it a peaceful meeting. I would call it a meeting of clarity. He and I had a good chat in my trailer, and it was out of that chat that it really became just crystal clear that we are two separate ends of the spectrum.

And agreed to leave it there. [We are] philosophically two different people, and we approach the business of moviemaking in two very different ways. It’s the philosophy of going into work every day. Looking at everybody as equal partners.

And looking at the studio as equal partners. And looking at the crew, regardless of where you’re at, either on the call sheet or otherwise, as equal partners—with respect and with humility, and being respectful of the process and every other human being who is putting in just as much time, just as much hard work and sweat equity, if not more.

And I think it’s always been important to me to always be straight up and look somebody in the eye. And if you say you’re going to do something, do it”.