Vin Diesel reportedly removed an end credits scene in The Fate of the Furious featuring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.
As reported by TheWrap, the scene was supposed to be a tag at the end of the film that would set up a spinoff movie with Luke Hobbs (Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Statham).
The scene was allegedly filmed because producer Neal Moritz and Universal were so impressed by Johnson's and Statham's chemistry throughout the making of The Fate of the Furious. "They had early screenings where Johnson and Statham popped so much on-screen together that they were looking at doing a spinoff," said one of the outlet's sources.
Moritz, due to Diesel's and Johnson's real-life feud, is said to have had the scene filmed without Diesel's permission. His sister, executive producer Samantha Vincent, notified Diesel of the tag, which reportedly enraged him so much he immediately had it nixed.
However, another source told TheWrap the scene was never supposed to make in the theatrical cut, but instead will be included as bonus content for the movie's home release on Blu-ray and DVD.