Washington [US], Oct. 13 (ANI): Actor Dwayne Johnson recently spoke about his longtime beef with “Fast and Furious” co-star Vin Diesel and also explained why Vin’s Instagram post “wasn’t the good thing to do “.
The Hollywood Reporter quoted Dwayne from his interview for the November cover story for Vanity Fair, where he explained his much-talked-about beef with Vin, including the now-deleted post in which the former praised his co- female stars on ‘The Fate of the Furious’ while criticizing the professional conduct of ‘some’ of her male co-stars.
It has since been revealed that the post was an indirect reference to Vin, with Dwayne revealing to the magazine that “nothing specific had happened” when he decided to publish it, “just the same old shit”. that it “just wasn’t my best day,” despite the fact that I don’t regret what he said in the post. “I meant what I said. Sure. I mean what I say when I say it, but expressing it publicly was not the right thing to do,” he said.
“It caused a fire, but quite interesting … [it was] as if each member of the crew found their way to me and quietly thanked me or sent me a note. But, yeah, it wasn’t my best day, sharing that. I shouldn’t have shared this. Because at the end of the day, it goes against my DNA. I don’t share things like that. And I deal with that kind of bullshit away from the public. They don’t need to know it. That’s why I say it wasn’t my best day, ”added the ‘Jungle Cruise’ star.
In a previous interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Dwayne said he had agreed to return for the eighth chapter of the “Fast and Furious” series – which he said would be his last in the main franchise, provided that he and Wine do not. share scenes together. He further explained that he did the same to “give up the drama” and that “it was the best thing to do. For everyone.” Dwayne had also clarified that a reported meeting between the two on the his trailer’s plateau wasn’t exactly “peaceful”. coming together, but at least for him it was understood that he and Vin were “philosophically two different people and we approach the work of making films in two very different ways.” “I wouldn’t call it a peaceful reunion. I would call it a clarity reunion. He and I had a good conversation in my trailer, and it was from that conversation that it became really clear that we are two separate ends of the and agreed to leave it there. ”According to The Hollywood Reporter, the ‘Black Adam’ actor criticized several ways Vin characterized their showdown and relationship. He also made a notable statement in Vin Diesel’s Men’s Health magazine which explained their conflict following the “Fast Lead” leading the former to do his best job as a person from a wrestling background.
The Hollywood Reporter quoted Dwayne as saying, “Part of me feels like there’s no way I’m honoring any of this bullshit with an answer,” he finally pointed out how it “came about differently. and was raised differently “and is a different cultural and environmental.
Dwayne says it gave him a different philosophy than Vin, and a philosophy where “I go into every project giving everything I have.” as equal partners. And view the crew, no matter where you are, whether on the call sheet or otherwise, as equal partners – with respect and humility, and with respect for the process and for any other human being who puts the spotlight on. so much time, so much hard work and sweat fairness, if not more, ”he said.
Dwayne added, “I think it’s always been important for me to always be direct and look someone in the eye. And if you say you’re going to do something, do it.” (ANI)