Source: TMZ

Apparently the Fast 8 crew is siding with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in his public feud with Fast 8 co-star, Vin Diesel.

As noted, The Rock ripped Vin on Instagram earlier this week, writing that while some of his male co-stars "conduct themselves as stand up men and true professionals... others don't." He stated that "the ones that don't are too chicken s--t to do anything about it anyway. Candy asses."

While TMZ reported this week that cast members were upset with The Rock for going public about his problems with Vin during the last week of shooting, TMZ reports today that the crew is siding with The Rock "hands down."

Production sources told TMZ that Rock had been upset with Vin's work ethic, and crew members were upset because Vin would often show up 30 minutes late to the set because he was just hanging out in his trailer and wouldn't come out.

It was also noted that Vin changed production calls on Mondays to 10am from 7am because he didn't like them that early.

TMZ reports that the crew felt that Vin's arrogance "was out of control, especially because he had a producer title," and that he "wouldn't listen to anyone and would goad people, including The Rock, by criticizing their acting." They added that the crew had the opposite view of The Rock, stating that he's "the ultimate professional" who is easy to work with, "is always on time and always nails his scenes."

This is not the first time that Vin has had problems with his crew. The Hollywood Reporter ran a story in 2014 about the Fast & Furious 7 crew complaining about Vin being "so difficult that some on set have fantasized about using the facial-replacement technology being deployed to put [Paul] Walker in the film as a sub for Diesel as well."

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