Just when you thought the former WWE star had his hands full with Vin Diesel, now another Fast franchise regular has locked horns with the superstar.
Working under the guise of his own production company One Race Television, the Guardians of the Galaxy star will link up with Chris Morgan to bring the remake to the small screens.
As the two ego's have butted heads during production for The Fate of the Furious, the pair have made peace and agreed terms on another appearance.
Having passed away from a tragic car accident in 2013, his co-star from the action franchise admitted that his mother reached out to him to say that she was sorry
With news leaking about the falling about between the pair, the inaugural star came out to address the state of the nation regarding his relationship with his fellow action hero.
The two headline stars have been keeping a very public distance from each other as the beef between the pair goes to the next level on the media circuit
Enjoying the limelight with xXx: Return of Xander Cage back on the big screen, the action star opened up about his role in the Marvel EU and whether a spinoff could entail.
12 years after the last of the action franchise, Vin Diesel has suited up again in the blockbuster and while the spectacle is big, the substance is lacking according to the critics.
F. Gary Gray has lauded the work of his leading star to argue that the passing of Paul Walker has given Diesel a new perspective on the mega series.
The Marvel universe will slowly bring two powerful characters head to head.
The Rock has reignited his feud with the action regular, using his Instagram account to post a not-so-subtle dig towards those divas he doesn't enjoy working with.
Director James Gunn made it clear that, yes, Groot is certainly saying something and, two, Vin Diesel not only confirms, but is excited about what he's seen so far.