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As Dominic Toretto is always eager to remind us, the Fast and the Furious movies are all about family. But as in any family, not everyone gets along. Case in point: Franchise heavyweights Vin Diesel and Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson had a well-documented three-year feud that only resolved itself when they retreated to separate corners of the Fast cinematic universe. While Diesel's Corona-chugging patriarch still headlines the mainline Fast and Furious movies — including the soon-to-be-released F9 — as the star and producer, Johnson's Luke Hobbs is currently pursuing his own adventures in the spin-off Hobbs & Shaw series that launched with the 2019 hit. Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson met for the first time in 'Fast Five,' the fifth entry in the 'Fast and the Furious' franchise (Photo: Universal/Courtesy Everett Collection)Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson met for the first time in Fast Five, the fifth entry in the Fast and the Furious franchise (Photo: Universal/Courtesy Everett Collection)In a new interview with Men's Health, Diesel reflected on his since-settled tiff with his former (and maybe future?) co-star. "It was a tough character to embody, the Hobbs character," the actor remarked about the specific challenges that faced Johnson when he joined the franchise in the fifth installment, 2011's Fast Five. Hobbs was introduced as a Hulk-like government agent tasked with bringing down Toretto's gang of vehicular avengers.   Diesel says that he adopted a "tough love" approach in order to help Johnson get into Hobbs' headspace. "As a producer, to say, 'Okay, we’re going to take Dwayne Johnson, who’s associated with wrestling, and we’re going to force this cinematic world, audience members, to regard his character as someone that they don’t know' — Hobbs hits you like a ton of bricks." Diesel and Johnson in 'Fast & Furious 6' (Photo: Giles Keyte/©Universal Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)Diesel and Johnson in Fast & Furious 6. (Photo: Giles Keyte/?Universal Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)"That’s something that I’m proud of, that aesthetic," Diesel continues. "That took a lot of work. We had to get there and sometimes, at that time, I could give a lot of tough love. Not Felliniesque, but I would do anything I’d have to do in order to get performances in anything I’m producing."It's fair to say that Johnson didn't exactly love Diesel's "tough love" tactics. Their behind-the-scenes tension spilled over into public view in 2016 on the set of the eighth film, The Fate of the Furious. In a viral Instagram post, the Rock called out an unnamed co-star — who many instantly identified as Diesel — for behavior that wasn't up to his standards. "Some conduct themselves as stand up men and true professionals, while others don’t," Johnson wrote. "The ones that don’t are too chicken s*** to do anything about it anyway. Candy asses."