LOS ANGELES, CA - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is returning to the "Fast & Furious" franchise in a new feature film where he drives over his friends with a bus.
The film co-stars Joe Rogan as Agent Beauregard, a new character who is a loyal friend of Lucas Hobbs until Hobbs callously betrays him, publicly disowns him, and runs him over with a city bus. Hobbs then takes viewers on an action-packed thrill ride to justify running over his friend, who he left for dead on the side of the road.
"It's an epic adventure," said Johnson. "I put a lot of myself into this film. I do half of my own stunts and I really do run over Joe with a bus. Fans are going to love it!"
Hollywood insiders report Joe Rogan was surprised when the script was reworked halfway through shooting to include a plot point in which Dwayne Johnson's character brutally crushes Rogan under the tires of a 10-ton vehicle just a few minutes after proclaiming his undying loyalty to him.
"I signed on to the movie because of the script, but then they changed it so I die halfway through, I was kind of upset," he said while promoting the film on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. "But when they explained that my character was pedaling misinformation, I realized obviously he had to die. It definitely made the movie better."
The Fast & Furious 10: Accountability Drift releases worldwide this summer. The film also stars Vin Diesel, who gets run over by The Rock's military tank.
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