‘I’m Going To Quit!’ Fast & Furious Mega Star Almost Left Franchise Over Crazy Reason
The Fast and Furious franchise looks like it will outlive us all, with the movie now completely centred around crazy action and of course, FAMILY!
Earlier, it was reported that Aquaman star Jason Momoa is the latest big Hollywood star to join the cast of Fast & Furious 10.
Fast and Furious
It is reported that the script for the latest movie is still in the works.
Now, amidst the talk of the new film, one of the franchise’s lead actresses Michelle Rodriguez has revealed how she almost quit the franchise once.
Michelle plays Letty Ortiz in theFast & Furious franchise, who is the romantic interest of Vin Diesel’s Dominic Torreto.
They have always been the power couple of the series from the get-go.
However, did you know that at one point, things were supposed to be so different in the movies that Michelle almost quit her role?
In a 2017 interview with The Daily Beast, Michelle revealed how the actors were pitched that Letty would be cheating on Dominic with his best friend Brian O’Conner, who was played by the late actor Paul Walker.
Fast & Furious star Michelle Rodriguez
Talking about it, Michelle revealed that she was disgusted and couldn’t stop crying.
“I basically cried and said, I’m going to quit and, ‘Don’t sue me, please — I’m sorry, but I can’t do this in front of millions of people.’ My whole point in being an actress is that I thought I got to live a dream. And I don’t dream about being a sl*t! Do you?!”
“Vin was the first one to pull me to the side while I was crying, and he just looked at me and said, ‘I got your back. Chill out and let me handle this, and you’re right — it makes me look bad anyway.’ And there you go. That was the beginning of the Letty fairytale.” she said.
Fast & Furious is one of the most watched and popular movie franchises of our time, with the series evolving with every movie.
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