Jason Statham is providing some insight into what's going on behind-the-scenes of Fast 8.
Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel have been making headlines because of a feud that has been going on between them for a couple of weeks now. It all started when The Rock took to social media to slam a "chicken s--t" male co-star, and after a lot of speculation, people have decided the subject of his tirade was Diesel. Although Diesel has tried to move forward from the tense time by praising The Rock's work on the Fast and Furious franchise, Johnson has kept quiet about the xXx star.
It all seems that The Rock hasn'at let whatever it is that upset him go, as he praised the work of Helen Mirren, Scott Eastwood and more in another social media post, making sure to leave out Diesel in the process. Although Tyrese Gibson seemingly took Diesel's side, it seems Statham wants to stay out of it.
"I'm good with them," he told E! News while promoting his latest movie Mechanic: Resurrection. "We're good pals, and if [Johnson's] got any problem with me then he'd probably tell me to my face. So I'm good with them."
Fast 8 wrapped filming last week, and with it came several emotional posts from some of the movie's stars and the production team. To try and move forward from the headlines that have plagued the "Fast Family," the Fast 8 Facebook page shared a heartwarming tribute to its stars, including Paul Walker, who passed away.
"Thank you Vin, who has been at the wheel since this journey began, first as star and then as producer...And thanks to all of the cast of the eighth Fast: Michelle, who's also been with us from the start," the post read. "Those who've joined our family along the way: Tyrese and Chris from Miami in our second film; Dwayne and Elsa, who came on board in Rio in movie five; Jason, Nathalie and Kurt from last time around; and our newest members Charlize, Scott, Kristofer and Helen..."
It ended, "And our brother who continues to inspire us all, Paul [Walker]."
Although Statham is staying out of the drama, he is having some fun! He played a game of So True, So False with us, so watch the video to learn some fun facts about the action star.
Mechanic: Resurrection hits theaters Aug. 26, 2016.