Vin Diesel

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Vin Diesel has been known to show his softer side in recent years, but we weren't expecting this.

The Fast & Furious actor is famous for his bulging biceps and rock-hard abs (and who can forget that racy shower picture?!), but when he stepped out recently, Diesel flaunted a very different figure. The 48-year-old walked out to the balcony of his room at Miami's Shore Club hotel and took off his shirt to reveal that he's looking a little softer around the edges.

There's no word if Vin's physical change is for a movie role or if it's just a consequence of daily life (and being a dad of three kids). Last night, after strutting his stuff on the balcony, he stayed at the hotel for dinner at Nobu and then chilled with pals at Skybar, where he amiably posed for pics with fans.

Vin Diesel


Diesel is currently promoting his upcoming film The Last Witch Hunter, where he plays the immortal titular hero, scheduled to hit theaters until Oct. 23. But according to the movie's leading man, Lionsgate is so psyched about it, a sequel is already in the works—and of course they want Diesel back for No. 2!

"So the studio apparently is so excited by the Last Witch Hunter - The Axe and Cross franchise... that they are already commencing on the next one," Diesel wrote on Facebook. "The first one doesn't hit theaters until October 23rd, yet they want me to commit and already block out time to film it. As always, I love to hear your feedback...

"Kaulder: Are you a good witch... or a bad witch?"

Vin Diesel


He continued to discuss the film with Facebook followers earlier this week, writing, "The character of Kaulder is unlike any character I have had the luxury of playing, but was created in a dark time for me personally... I am flattered by the loyalty you have shown the characters you are familiar with, but recognize the desire to introduce new ones.

"Lionsgate's commitment to this film is impressive, and the radical idea they have for a sequel is inspiring. But what is the most important thing to me is the escapism that you are allowed when you see the movie on October 23rd..."

However, he couldn't discuss too much, because he had his hands full on Sunday. "Hope to make you all proud... now back to my little angels. My five year old son wants me to help him make a stop animation short film... it is after all Our creative Sunday."

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