It's not all inspirational Facebook fan art, dancing to "Drunk In Love," and singing sad Rihanna songs for odd internet favorite Vin Diesel. Apparently it's also acting like an asshole on the set of Fast & Furious 7!
According to sources at the Hollywood Reporter, Vin Diesel hasn't been 2 easy 2 get along with on the set of the upcoming Fast and Furious film. The site goes as far as to say that Diesel has been so hard to work with "that some on set have fantasized about using the facial-replacement technology being deployed to put Paul Walker in the film for Diesel as well," which seems super uncomfortably close to saying that you wish Vin Diesel died in a devastating car accident.
Here's what their insider says:
"Vin spent a whole day in his trailer one day," says one insider. "The next day, they waited four hours for him. He called a meeting [May 28] of studio execs to his trailer for two-and-a-half hours to say, 'What the f— am I doing here?' " The next day, work was done with doubles.
Wait, why did it take him two-and-a-half hours to ask what the fuck he was doing there? ("Whaaaaaat...theeeeee...fuuuuuuck...ammmmmmm..., etc.") Another source "confirms that progress has been frustrating" and that the crew has been suffering from "low morale."
(Though—to be fair—low morale is probably a natural problem that arises out of spending every day working a movie that will likely only serve to remind you of a friend or acquaintance's horrible, untimely death.)
Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley denies any problem:
"This production is working through some challenges that are historically unprecedented. The crew and cast, led by Vin, have been nothing but terrific under these circumstances."
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