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The Rock & Vin Diesel’s Feud – Complete Timeline Explained

Warning: This post contains MAJOR spoilers for Fast XDwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Vin Diesel are allies in the Fast & Furious franchise — but despite the franchise’s focus on brotherhood and family, The Rock and Vin Diesel feud has been ongoing for years. Other than only two movies, Vin Diesel has been a staple of the Fast & Furious franchise as Dominic Toretto. Dwayne Johnson joined the family in 2011 with Fast Five, taking on the role of Luke Hobbs — a federal agent who is tasked with tracking down Toretto and his partner, Brian O’Connor (Paul Walker).

Johnson returned to the role of Hobbs through the eighth installment in the Furious franchise, The Fate of the Furious. However, partially thanks to The Rock and Vin Diesel feud, Johnson left the main franchise for the spinoff Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw in 2019. With the franchise coming to a close, the feud between Diesel and Johnson was making headlines again. Diesel publicly called for Johnson to return for the last two movies, but Johnson had no interest in Fast X. While the feud might have cooled off since their days filming together, the pair might never be the brothers that Diesel desperately wanted them to be.

August 2016 — Johnson Hints At The Feud On Instagram
Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson from Fast Five

The first signs of a rift between Diesel and Johnson popped up in an August 8, 2016, Instagram post from Johnson. The post — which has since been deleted — praised his female co-stars while criticizing some of his male co-stars, claiming that they didn’t conduct themselves as stand-up men and referring to them as “candy asses.” No names were included in the post, but rumors circulated that the post was targeted at co-star Vin Diesel.

In Johnson’s post (via Instagram) celebrating the end of filming for The Fate of the Furious, the star attempted to diminish the growing tensions, attributing it to the fact that “family is gonna have differences of opinion and fundamental core beliefs,” and that “like any family, we get better from it.” Diesel mostly avoided the social media drama, only once claiming that he was going to “tell everything” on Instagram — which, ultimately, never happened.

November 2016 — The Rock Confirms Their Beef To The Los Angeles Times
 Luke Hobbs tracks down Dom and his crew in Rio in Fast Five

While promoting the upcoming release of The Fate of the Furious and his recent casting in Moana, The Los Angeles Times asked Johnson about his growing feud with co-star Vin Diesel. Johnson doubled down on what he said the month previous, explaining that he was “very clear with what I said.” Johnson even attempted to put a positive spin on his feud with Diesel, claiming that interest in The Fate of the Furious skyrocketed after his feud with Diesel was publicized — even if Universal would have preferred the incident never happened.

April 2017 — Vin Diesel Finally Acknowledges The Feud
The Rock and Vin Diesel in Fast Five.

In an interview (via USA Today), Vin Diesel did his best to diminish the growing tensions. Diesel reassured Fast & Furious fans that he and Johnson still loved each other like family, claiming that things were blown out of proportion and Johnson was still “Uncle Dwayne” in his household. As a producer, Diesel claims he and Johnson didn’t always see eye to eye, and sometimes, their big personalities got in the way while working together.

“It’s not always easy being an alpha. And it’s two alphas,” Diesel explained. At the end of the day, however, Diesel explained that he was always rooting for Johnson’s success. “Dwayne has only got one Vin in his life. Dwayne Johnson only has one big brother in this film world and that’s me.”

April 2017 — Vin Diesel And Dwayne Johnson Attend The Fast 8 Premiere Together
Fast and Furious Vin Diesel The Rock

With the premiere of The Fate of the Furious, Diesel and Johnson put aside their differences to both be in attendance. Diesel continued his efforts to smooth out their tensions, reinforcing their status as a family. Johnson, however, took a less emotional approach when describing their feud, simply chalking it up to a case of “different philosophies.”

October 2017 — Vin Diesel Comes To The Rock’s Defense After F9’s Delay
Vin Diesel vs The Rock in Fast 5

Like many movies in recent years, F9 faced multiple delays before its June 2021 release. However, when the first delay was announced back in 2017, fingers weren’t pointed at Covid-19, but instead, The Rock. When Fast & Furious star Tyrese Gibson took to Instagram to express his anger at the film’s delay, he placed the blame on Johnson, accusing the star of making the franchise all about him. F9 was originally delayed due to the release of the Hobbs & Shaw spin-off, which Johnson starred in. Diesel was quick to come to his “brother’s” defense, saying the blame shouldn’t be placed on any one person but that the franchise as a whole required maintenance.

April 2018 — The Rock Clarifies Their Beef After F&F 8’s Release
Luke Hobbs looking serious in Hobbs & Shaw

With The Fate of the Furious finally released, one thing became clear quickly — Johnson and Diesel didn’t film a single scene together throughout the entire film. Johnson confirmed this fact in a cover story (via Rolling Stone), where he touched on his feud with Vin Diesel. Ultimately, Johnson attributed their tensions to a difference in professionalism and moviemaking.

The two had a serious conversation about the matter in Johnson’s trailer and finally came to an understanding of their differences — and the best conclusion seemed to be to just not work together. Johnson did say he wished Diesel “no ill will,” before he laughed and rescinded the comment, leaving his statement at the fact that he was grateful for the clarity between him and Diesel.

September 2019 — Dwayne Johnson Calls Vin Diesel His Brother Once More
A wounded Hobbs and Shaw looking in the same direction

Over a year after The Fate of the Furious’ release, it seemed the relationship between Johnson and Diesel was improving. The Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw had finally released in August 2019 — and, while celebrating the movie’s success in an IGTV video, Johnson expressed his gratitude for Diesel’s support in the film. “Lastly, but not least, want to thank brother Vin for your support of Hobbs & Shaw,” he said.

The sentence is ultimately minor — and might have been influenced by Universal — but after years of what seems like a petty feud, Johnson referring to his brother once more is a major step forward. Until this point, Diesel was the one pushing the idea that the pair was a family; however, Johnson seemed to be warming up to the idea once again.

June 2021 — Diesel Opens Up About His Differences With Johnson
Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson standing beside each other in Fast & Furious

In an interview (via Men’s Health), Diesel finally shed some light on where his and Johnson’s professional differences could have come from. When Johnson joined the Fast & Furious family in 2011, he was fresh off of his career as a wrestler, and Diesel believes it took extra “tough love” to get a solid performance out of Johnson. Tough love between two alpha-male personalities could certainly lead to some stepped on toes, even if done out of love — and after three movies’ worth of tough love, it could be the reason Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel didn’t film together for The Fate of the Furious and why Johnson didn’t return to his role as Hobbs for F9.

November 2021 — Vin Diesel Begs Dwayne Johnson To Return For F10
Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson in The Fate of the Furious

With the finale of the Furious franchise approaching, Vin Diesel took a risky move — he publicly pleaded for Johnson to reprise his role as Hobbs one last time in Fast 10. His letter, which he posted (via Instagram), began with Vin pleading to his “little brother Dwayne.” He attempted to appeal to Johnson with love from his own children and an obligation to the late Paul Walker and Furious’ destiny.

His appeal, however, seemed to fall flat. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Johnson laughed out Diesel’s earlier comments about his “tough love,” saying that one part of him feels that “there’s no way I would dignify any of that bullsh*t with an answer.” Diesel’s claim that they’re brothers was not appreciated by Johnson, either: “I have one big brother, and it’s my half brother. And that’s it.” Despite Diesel’s attempt to bring Johnson back to the Furious franchise, the star seemed dedicated to his decision not to reprise his role as Hobbs in the main Fast & Furious franchise any time soon.

May 2023 – The Rock Returns In Fast X
 Luke Hobbs tracks down Dom and his crew in Rio in Fast Five

Either The Rock and Vin Diesel feud ended and a post-credit scene was shot, or the two were working the audience the entire time. Remember, Dwayne Johnson was a professional wrestler, and it is a wrestler’s job to start and sell feuds. If the entire feud between Diesel and The Rock was just a ploy to spring this surprise return, it worked like a charm. No one expected Johnson to return to the franchise after all the harsh words said between the two men. Despite all that, when the credits rolled after the Fast X cliffhanger, there was one scene remaining.

Dante was finished with Dom at the end of Fast X, and he had a new target. It was Hobbs that put the bullet in his father, and he was now targeting the law enforcement officer, hoping to likely ruin him the same way he did before attempting to kill Dom. With at least one movie left in the franchise, and Dom likely looking for revenge, it appears The Rock and Vin Diesel feud has ended, and the two men will team up once again to take the battle to Dante, fighting side-by-side one more time, as family members do.

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Dwayne Johnson & Vin Diesel’s Fast & Furious Feud Addressed By John Cena

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John Cena acknowledges that he’s heard rumors about the Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel feud in the
Fast & Furious
franchise.
Cena calls them both ”
alpha
” actors, suggesting that there’s only room on set for one of those personality types.
Johnson’s return to the franchise in
Fast X
suggests his feud with Diesel is over, but the two actors have yet to actually share the screen together again.

Fast & Furious franchise star John Cena shares his thoughts on the infamous Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson feud. After the release of the first movie in 2001, the popular action franchise just recently released its tenth installment with the poorly-reviewed Fast X. While the Fast & Furious franchise has been massively commercially successful, it hasn’t always been smooth sailing behind the scenes, with Dominic Toretto actor Diesel and Luke Hobbs actor Johnson reportedly butting heads during production on several installments, with the feud going viral in 2016.

During a recent interview with Dax Shepherd on the Armchair Expert podcast, Cena, who recently returned as Jakob as part of the Fast X cast, weighs in on his experience with the Diesel and Johnson feud. While much of the feud seemingly took place before Cena joined the franchise in F9: The Fast Saga, the actor seemingly doesn’t have a hard time believing that there was friction between the two costars. Check out his comments below:

“There’s certainly rumors about that. I can’t deny that. You have two very alpha, driven people. You get two, there can only be one.
“Man, you gotta remember I got dropped into a locker room where [we have] generational vets. ‘What’d your dad do?’ ‘Wrestle.’ ‘What’d your granddad do?’ ‘Wrestle.’ I’ve been in that environment; know the room and just kind of adapt to what’s going on.
“I’m being invited into someone’s home, into someone’s family. And regardless of how they look physically in comparison to another human being, this is one IP that has had nine installments and it’s an action movie — that’s rarefied air. At the very least, there has to be respect for that.
“I’m not trying to get the sandbox. That’s not my thing. I’m grateful for what you’ve given me, I just want to be be the best firetruck I can.”

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Vin Diesel & Dwayne Johnson’s Feud Seems To Be Over Now
But Will They Actually Appear Together Again On Screen?
Vin Diesel as Dom and Dwayne Johnson as Hobbs looking over each other's shoulders in Fast and Furious 6

A now-deleted social media post from Johnson in 2016 is what really kicked things off regarding his apparent feud with Diesel. In the post, Johnson referred to un-named Fast & Furious costars as “chicken sh*t” and “candy asses,” criticizing the work ethic of some on set. The feud has had its ups and downs since then, with Tyrese Gibson even getting involved at one point. Some years later, Diesel seemingly attempted to bury the hatchet by putting out a public plea for Johnson to return as Hobbs, but Johnson very pointedly shut the idea down.

Despite this, however, Johnson did return for a cameo during the Fast X post-credits scene last year. Not long afterward, it was confirmed that Johnson would star in his own Hobbs-focused film before the planned release of Fast & Furious 11, which will seemingly serve as the franchise finale. While it doesn’t sound like Diesel will be appearing in Johnson’s spinoff, Hobbs is now poised to play a role in the eleventh film.

Fast X
is currently available to stream on Prime Video.

Johnson does appear in the latest film, but he notably doesn’t share the screen with Diesel or any other cast members. If he does play a more prominent role in Fast & Furious 11, this will evidently require more collaboration, potentially opening the door for their larger-than-life personalities to clash once more. It remains to be seen whether Diesel and Johnson will share the screen together in the final Fast & Furious movie, but Cena’s latest comments suggest tension between the two “alpha” stars will be hard to avoid.

Source: Armchair Expert

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Vin Diesel May Have Spoiled Fast & Furious 11’s Ending With $2.7 Billion Movie Comparison

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Vin Diesel already compared
Fast and Furious 11
to
Avengers: Endgame
.
It seems likely, therefore, that Dom will die just as Tony Stark did.
If Fast and Furious 11 kills off Dom, it will perfectly flip Fast X’s ending, echoing Avengers: Endgame’s impactful sacrifice.

Vin Diesel has already hinted that Dom will die in Fast and Furious 11 by comparing it to a $2.7 billion movie from another major franchise. The car-centered Fast and Furious movies began in 2001, and the franchise has experienced tremendous growth since then, releasing ten movies in the main series and the Hobbs & Shaw spinoff. The eleventh, and supposedly final, installment of the Fast and Furious franchise is slated to release on April 4, 2025, and is directed by Louis Leterrier.

While Fast X included a number of big character deaths, the fates of several others remain unknown. Antagonist Dante Reyes (Jason Momoa) is motivated by a desire to inflict suffering upon Dom (Vin Diesel) and ultimately resorts to eliminating those closest to him. In the Fast X cliffhanger ending, Dom appeared doomed as he drove into Dante’s explosive trap. The fact that Fast and Furious 11 is happening suggests Dom will survive, but there is good reason to believe Vin Diesel’s protagonist will meet his end in the upcoming movie.

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Vin Diesel Confirmed 3 Years Ago That Avengers: Endgame Inspired Fast & Furious 11
This Decision Was Influenced By His Involvement In The MCU

The Fast & Furious franchise ending with a two-part finale was inspired by Avengers: Endgame. Although Diesel doesn’t physically appear in Marvel Studios’ films, he has been lending his voice to the beloved Groot and its various iterations since the release of James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014. He subsequently featured in two sequels released in 2017 and 2023, as well as Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, the latter of which marked the culmination of the MCU’s Infinity Saga.

Fast X
is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

Vin Diesel revealed that the original intention was to conclude the Fast and Furious series with its tenth film, but that perspective shifted after witnessing the impact of Avengers: Endgame. The decision to split one larger concluding chapter into two movies makes sense when there is a vast amount of story left to explore. Encouraged by the immense commercial and critical success of Avengers: Endgame, Diesel and his team envisioned replicating the MCU’s formula with the Fast & Furious movies.

Fast & Furious 11’s Endgame Influence Means Dominic Toretto Will Die
Dom Will Take The Iron Man Role, Sacrificing Himself To Save His Family
Peter Parker consoles Tony Stark in Avengers Endgame.

Fast and Furious 11 being influenced by Avengers: Endgame suggests that Dominic Toretto is likely to die. Arguably the most memorable aspect of the Avengers: Endgame ending was the tragic death of Tony Stark, played by Robert Downey Jr. As Thanos engaged in battle with numerous heroes in a bid to seize all six Infinity Stones, Iron Man recognized the one chance to emerge victorious involved his own sacrifice.

If its Avengers: Endgame inspiration is any indication, Fast and Furious 11 will likely see Dom sacrifice himself to save his family, mirroring the iconic ending of Avengers: Endgame. While the MCU has no single main character, the franchise began with Iron Man in 2008, making RDJ’s Tony Stark the franchise’s first official hero. Similarly, Fast and Furious contains many different characters after over 20 years of releases, but everything began with Vin Diesel’s Dom. If Fast and Furious 11 is drawing inspiration from Avengers: Endgame in terms of how to conclude a movie franchise, Dom will die just as Tony Stark did.

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Fast & Furious 11 Killing Dom Will Perfectly Flip Fast X’s Ending
Dom Is One Of The Survivors In Fast X.

If Fast and Furious 11 kills Dom, it will perfectly flip the Fast X ending, which saw Dom and his son in precarious circumstances. Dom and Little Brian found themselves in a dam in Portugal that was poised to explode. It appeared that Dante had gained the upper hand over Dom, at least for the time being. While Dom surely survives Fast X’s cliffhanger, Jakob (John Cena) had previously sacrificed his life to protect Little Brian from Dante.

Fast and Furious 11 can flip this ending, with Dom making the ultimate sacrifice to protect his family from Dante. Such an ending would make sense for the character, who has always been selfless and shown immense care towards the people he loves. Vin Diesel has said family so many times in every Fast and Furious movie that it would complete his arc if he demonstrated his love for them with the biggest sacrifice possible. Comparisons to Avengers: Endgame only make that outcome more likely.

Fast and Furious 11 temp poster Fast and Furious 11 Fast and Furious 11 is the final movie in the Fast Saga. It reunites Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto with the rest of the cast for one last ride. However, the franchise is open for spinoff films like Hobbs & Shaw afterward.Director Louis Leterrier Release Date April 4, 2025

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Fast & Furious’ Lowest-Grossing Movie Explains Why The Saga Hasn’t Been About Cars For 15 Years

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The Fast & Furious series has shifted focus from car racing to action, with Tokyo Drift being the lowest-grossing installment.
Tokyo Drift’s failure prompted the franchise to move away from street racing and towards more traditional action film elements.
Fast & Furious successfully shifted the franchise’s direction away from racing, towards bigger budgets and grander scales.

The Fast & Furious saga has not exactly been about cars for quite some time, and the franchise’s lowest-grossing installment seems to explain why. Every time the Fast & Furious franchise pops up, it is hard not to think about car racing, exotic supercars, and Vin Diesel’s signature quotes about family. While Vin Diesel’s quotes and overall hard-as-nails leader persona have not changed much as the movie franchise has progressed, Fast & Furious has seemingly shifted its focus from thrilling races to sensational action set pieces in recent years.

Given the franchise’s worldwide popularity, many factors may have contributed to these changes. Owing to this, one may not be able to pinpoint the precise reason why the Fast & Furious franchise changed its narrative direction. However, the lowest-grossing film in the Fast & Furious series might provide some answers to why the films are now less about racing and more about heists and across-the-globe action.

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Tokyo Drift Is Fast & Furious’ Lowest-Grossing Movie
The Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift grossed $158.9 million worldwide

Since it has been around for over two decades, it is not surprising that the Fast & Furious franchise has had a fair share of ups and downs, highs and lows at the box office. Although the franchise is still fairly profitable, its recent installments have offered diminishing returns. However, despite the franchise’s dwindling box office numbers, none of its installments have had a box office as low as The Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift. The first movie in the franchise, The Fast & the Furious, was a success after it raked in $207.5 million at the worldwide box office against a budget of $38 million.

Even the second film in the franchise, 2 Fast 2 Furious, proved profitable after it grossed $236.3 million globally on a budget of $76 million. The third installment was expected to continue this trend, with its relatively higher budget of $85 million. However, despite having a bigger budget than its predecessors, Tokyo Drift could not continue the franchise’s trend of getting higher returns with each new installment. Eight new Fast & Furious movies have come out since Tokyo Drift’s release, and none of them even come close to matching its low box office scores.

Fast & Furious Movie Budget Worldwide Box Office The Fast & the Furious $38 million $207,517,509 2 Fast 2 Furious $76 million $236,350,661 The Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift $85 million $158,964,610 Fast & Furious $85 million $360,366,870 Fast Five $125 million $626,137,675 Fast & Furious 6 $160 million $788,680,968 Furious 7 $190 million $1,515,341,399 The Fate of the Furious $250 million $1,236,005,118 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw $200 million $760,732,926 F9 $200 million $726,229,501 Fast X $340 million $714,555,549 Total $1.749 billion $7,476,903,108

Tokyo Drift Is The Street Racing-Focused Movie Many Want Fast & Furious To Be
Tokyo Drift is the most “Fast & Furious” movie in the franchise
Sean behind the wheel in Tokyo Drift

Even to this day, theFast & Furiousfranchise is associated with fancy cars and white-knuckling street races. However, one look at the recent movies in the franchise will reveal that its focus has drifted away from what it used to be about. While it still features high-octane car chases and expensive cars, the “racing” element seems missing. Given how street car races in the early installments of the film franchise played a crucial role in drawing audiences to it,Tokyo Driftarguably is amongFast & Furious’ better installments because it offers everything from drift competitions to intense underground racing scenes.

Christopher Nolan once said (via

Collider

) that he has a “soft spot” for Tokyo Drift.

Storytelling has never been the Fast & Furious franchise’s strongest suit. However, in some ways, Tokyo Drift also has a more relatable storyline than other films because its narrative primarily revolves around an underdog street racer who beats the bad guy in the film’s climax. The recent Fast & Furious movies are far superior when it comes to having an ensemble cast and high production value. However, they often prioritize spectacle over substance, sacrificing the simpler elements that made the first few films successful.

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Tokyo Drift’s Box Office Performance Prompted Fast & Furious To Change
Tokyo Drift’s failures triggered the franchise to move away from street racing

After Tokyo Drift’s inability to top or even match its predecessors’ success, the fourth installment in the film franchise, Fast & Furious, marked the return of the original cast. Since Tokyo Drift’s underwhelming box office numbers established that the film franchise worked better when it did not primarily focus on underground car racing, 2009’s Fast & Furious focused less on those elements and presented itself as a regular action film. Although Fast & Furious did not entirely shed the franchise’s roots in car culture, it paved the way for a new narrative direction for the movie series.

Fast & Furious proved that even though Tokyo Drift’s grounded storyline and underground street races had their charm, they did not have the blockbuster pull the franchise needed to maintain momentum.

Fast & Furious’s formula even worked wonders for the franchise, given how it earned almost twice as much as Tokyo Drift at the global box office despite having the same budget. With this, Fast & Furious proved that even though Tokyo Drift’s grounded storyline and underground street races had their charm, they did not have the blockbuster pull the franchise needed to maintain momentum. As a result, Fast & Furious became the blueprint for the franchise, resulting in Fast Five and the subsequent films repeating its formula with bigger budgets and even grander scale.

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Fast & Furious Was Never The Same After Fast Five
Fast Five marked the inception of a new era for the franchise

After adopting everything that made 2009’s Fast & Furious successful and becoming the first film in the franchise to cross the $500 million box office mark, Fast Five proved that the franchise had to rinse and repeat the 2009 film’s winning recipe. Owing to this, with each installment, the Fast & Furious franchise only drifted further away from its core identity, which revolved around racing and car culture. Although recent movies in the Fast & Furious franchise have not been performing as well as expected, it seems like it is too late for the 11th movie to take a U-turn and experiment with a return to its roots.

Untitled design (4)-5 The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is the third installment in the Fast and Furious franchise. Tokyo Drift follows Sean Boswell, a car-loving teenager shipped off to live with his Navy lieutenant father in Tokyo when his racing antics find him running foul of the law. When Sean discovers Tokyo’s nightlife, he embraces the dangerous underground world of drift racing.Release Date June 4, 2006 Studio(s) Universal Pictures , Relativity Media Distributor(s) Universal Pictures Writers Chris Morgan Cast Lucas Black , Bow Wow , Sung Kang , Brian Tee , Nathalie Kelley , Sonny Chiba , Leonardo Nam , Brian Goodman Runtime 104 Minutes Budget $85 Million

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