The Rock Rejects Vin Diesel’s Plea For Him To Join Fast & Furious 10

Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel in 2011 (Image via Getty Images/Buda Mendes)

 It’s safe to say that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will not be returning to the Fast and Furious franchise.

 In a new interview with CNN released on Wednesday, December 29, the young rock actor explicitly stated that he was not interested in repeating his role. as Luke Hobbs, even after Vin Diesel launched a public petition in November.
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There is no public holiday on which you and you do not send good wishes … but the time has come.Diesel moved on to his expense, the deceased Pablo Walker, for his nickname Paul.
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