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Fast and Furious Spin off Starts Rolling: Hobbs and Shaw Film Onset Image Enters the Internet

The next Fast and Furious film is not what the audience think, as the makers surprised everyone by making a spin-off with the action stars Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham. Luke Hobbs is a Security service agent played by Dwayne The Rock Johnson and Deckard Shaw, a Veteran Convict played by Jason Statham.

Dwayne Johnson first arrived in the Fast and Furious series through the fifth part Fast Five and the Deckard Shaw came in the Furious 7 as the antagonist. Now the series is completely shifting on these two characters in the upcoming spin-off and fans are expecting nothing less than a solid action piece from the makers with flying cars and blood smelling actions.

The shooting of the film started on Monday with both the actors as shared by the Rock through Instagram. He posted a picture of Statham and the director David Leitch who directed the recent blockbuster Deadpool 2. Chris Morgan has written the script for the film who is also the writer of the previous few parts. The actor made the exciting announcement in his Insta with a deadly beast behind the actor and director hinting a bloody racing action film waiting to release on August 2, 2019. 

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Fast and Furious Spin off Starts Rolling: Hobbs and Shaw Film Onset Image Enters the Internet

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