Vin Diesel Upset and 'Jealous' With Jason Momoa Stealing the Thunder in 'Fast X'
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Words on the street are the Dominic Toretto depicter blames the 'Aquaman' star for the movie's bad reviews and the 'Game of Thrones' alum is aware that his co-star is badmouthing him.

AceShowbiz - A potential new feud among stars of the "Fast and Furious" franchise could be brewing at the moment. Having extended an olive branch to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson following their beef years ago, Vin Diesel reportedly resents his new "Fast X" co-star Jason Momoa.

A source tells Radar Online that Diesel is blaming Momoa for the movie's bad reviews. The Dominic Toretto depicter, who also produced the film, is allegedly unwilling to accept that he might have played a role in the poor reviews and is throwing the "Game of Thrones" alum under the bus, though Momoa is one of a few aspects that critics praised.

"Vin is embarrassed Jason is being branded the only bright spot in the film and stealing his thunder in the franchise he built himself," the source claims. The 55-year-old hunk is said to be not happy with Momoa's "overacting" and "scene-stealing" moments, which he claimed to have undermined his movie.

Sources say Momoa has become aware that Diesel is badmouthing him. "Jason knows he's the flavor of the moment and Vin's jealous of him," one of the informants spills. "But he doesn't appreciate Vin trying to poison the public against him. This has the potential to be Hollywood's next biggest feud."

The sources add that Momoa makes a "convenient target" for Diesel given the size of the "Aquaman" star's paychecks. "People shouldn't be fooled," a source notes. " 'Fast X' was Vin's baby and he should go down with the ship!"

Diesel was previously infamously having a feud with Johnson on the set of "The Fate of the Furious" in 2016. In November 2021, however, he publicly expressed his desire to have his former co-star reprising his role for the franchise's swan song.

Despite initially being adamant about not returning to the franchise, the former wrestler returned for "Fast X" in a shocking cameo. He reprised his role as Luke Hobbs in mid-credits scene.

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