Vin Diesel's Son Vincent Sinclair Joins 'Fast & Furious 9', Fans React

Vin Diesel's Son Vincent Sinclair Joins 'Fast & Furious 9', Fans React

- Vin Diesel's 10-year-old son, Vincent Sinclair, will be acting alongside his dad in Fast & Furious 9

- Vin Diesel's son will portray the role of young Dominic Toretto, a role played by his dad

- The highly-anticipated Fast & Furious 9 will be released in cinemas on June 25 this year

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Vin Diesel's son, Vincent Sinclair, has joined the Fast & Furious franchise. Vincent will make his film acting debut on June 25 in Fast & Furious 9.

The 10-year-old will portray the role of the younger version of his dad's character, Dominic Toretto. He reportedly filmed his scenes in the late 2019 when he was still nine.

TMZ reports that Vincent's contract says he got paid a daily rate of $1 005 (R14 950). The movie will hit the big screens on June 25, 2021.

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Social media users have shared mixed reactions to the news that Vin's son is now also part of the epic franchise. Check out some of their comments below:

@angieerv_ wrote:

"It's gonna be a 5-sec flashback about him and his childhood probably."

@nouh57350761 said:

"This movie is still a thing!!"

@RJAYFF commented:

"His son is gonna take it to Fast 19 lol."

@_UselessSequels wrote:

"Because of course, the movie is about family."

@KinyuaWaIrungu said:

"They definitely taking that 'family thing' way too seriously."

@JmpmanXX1

"Can't wait to see The Rock as a baby facing off against baby Diesel."

@chichi___baby added:

"Daddy-son goals."
Vin Diesel's Son Vincent Sinclair Joins Fast & Furious 9, Fans React
Vin Diesel's son Vincent Sinclair has joined Fast & Furious 9. Image: @vindiesel
Source: Instagram

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Eddie Murphy has thanked South African comedian Trevor Noah for being part of Coming 2 America.

The US actor was a guest on Trevor's show called The Daily Social Distancing Show recently. Eddie thanked Trevor for being part of the cast of the recently-released epic movie.

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Trevor played the role of news anchor Totatsi Bibiyana in the film. The sequel of Coming to America had a star-studded cast including the likes of Wesley Snipes, James Earl Jones, Arsenio Hall and Teyana Taylor.

South African-born Nomzamo Mbatha was also part of the movie. She portrayed the character of Mirembe.

Eddie also congratulated Trevor Noah on all his success since he moved from South Africa to the US.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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