29 Sep '15, 5am

Vin Diesel updates fans on ‘Fast and Furious 8’

Vin Diesel updates fans on ‘Fast and Furious 8’

Vin Diesel has always referred to his Fast and Furious cast and crew as family, and on Sunday, he made it clear that he considers himself the franchise’s big daddy. The actor used his immensely popular Facebook page to post a quasi-reply to last week’s Hollywood Reporter story alleging that Diesel — a producer on the FF films — caused a lot of headaches on the set of Furious 7 . The story claimed he was nitpicky about the smallest details and often called the director, James Wan, late at night to powwow about the script or some other issue. At the end of the long and difficult production — which had to pause and be retooled after the tragic death of Paul Walker — Wan decided to walk from the opportunity to direct the eighth film, despite the offer of a huge payday, citing the damage Furious 7 did to his health. Diesel’s Facebook post did not deny the allegations against hi...

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