New Look From Fast & Furious Spin-off ‘Hobbs And Shaw’ Will Blow Your Mind

There are many fans that are waiting for every single update from the sets of the Fast & Furious spin-off, Hobbs and Shaw and are sitting in front of their computer screens all day long. The wait has been rewarded with a fascinating photo from the sets of the movie and we all know that it’s the first photo which came out from the sets of the movie, and boy it’s really incredible to see.

Fast And Furious Spin-Off Hobbs And Shaw

Dwayne Rock Johnson is the man who is in the center of the whole news again as he shared the first photo from the sets of the movie on his Instagram account. The pictures feature the two main characters of the movie Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) standing in front of each other and looking deep into each other’s eyes. Dwayne shared the photo after the completion of first week’s shooting in order to make movie’s fans excited about the movie. In the picture, we can sense a feeling of antipathy between these two who once formed a great team together. Have a look at the picture below:

Dwayne also captioned the picture with some interesting hashtags and text as he wrote:

We either gonna get along or we gonna get it on.
Fuck getting along😈
Great first week of shooting our Fast & Furious spin-off, “HOBBS & SHAW” with my ace 
We’re havin’ a blast disrupting the norm to deliver something fresh, cool, fun and bad ass for the fans. 
#HobbsAndShaw SUMMER 2019
@universalpictures @davidmleitch
📸 @hhgarcia41

The movie ‘Hobbs and Shaw’ is going to be directed by David Leitch (John Wick) and is written by Chris Morgan. The movie is at the top of every fan’s waiting list. The movie has a lot of fan following around the globe and if we take a look on the level of this franchise then the stats say that it has become Universal’s biggest franchise of all-time, currently the sixth-highest-grossing film series of all-time with a combined gross of over $5 billion. Also, on April 23, 2018, it was announced that Universal and DreamWorks Animation are creating an animated series based on the franchise that will be launched on Netflix.

Dwayne Johnson has also told us about his emotions and what he thinks of this franchise and his involvement in the movie. He said,

“When I told you that we kind of created that Hobbs character for Fast Five, there was always this goal of if we do this right and audiences respond to Hobbs, like we’re very fortunate that they did, we think that there’s an opportunity to spin this character off. And after the several movies that we did, it felt like the time was right after Fate of the Furious, and people really responded to Dwayne and Jason’s chemistry on screen and the fun that we started to find with them.”

New Look From Fast & Furious Spin-off Hobbs And Shaw Will Blow Your Mind

It seems correct that Dwayne is pretty excited about the movie and he’s leading all the lines on the sets. The director of the movie is also a very talented person and fans are in awe to hear something about the vision of David Leitch as he told in an interview with IGN,

“There are these buddy movies from the 80s and 90s,” Leitch said, adding, “like Lethal Weapon and 48 hours that really speak to me as a filmmaker. They’re (buddy movies) ones that made me want to be a filmmaker in the first place. So to see the chemistry they (Johnson and Statham) had in the last Fast, and to see the potential that they could be…it was hard not to say yes, and say, let’s go do this.”

New Look From Fast & Furious Spin-off Hobbs And Shaw Will Blow Your Mind

Universal Pictures will again be hoping for a massive profit from the release of this movie as they always do with their movies because the movies they make and have made are always good if not great. The movie also has some notable actors at their disposal and some of them are Vanessa Kirby and Idris Elba. The movie has a release date of August 2, 2019.

Rishabh Naudiyal

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