Why Dwayne Johnson is angry with peter parker!

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Jake Gyllenhaal plays Quentin Beck, a talented illusionist who, like so many other MCU villains, had been slighted by Tony Stark. You can imagine, then, that meeting Stark’s former charge would be a big moment for Beck and the film as a whole. Gyllenhaal (who apparently doubles as a puppy playground) recently revealed to Buzzfeed that filming with Tom Holland was next to impossible. Why? Check out what he had to say:
Once upon a time, the Fast & Furious franchise followed a group of street racers who stole DVD players. Fast-forward 18 years and spinoff Hobbs & Shaw features Idris Elba as “Black Superman.” And in-between, cars have flown, submarines have emerged from ice, and torpedoes have been redirected by Dwayne Johnson’s bare hand.

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So where could the franchise possibly go next? While insisting he would never do something that takes the audience out of the action, Chris Morgan, the writer behind Hobbs & Shaw and five other Fast films, won’t close the door on launching the Fast family off of Earth.

“I would never shoot down space,” Morgan tells EW. “Never, never. I would literally never shoot down anything, as long as it hits the parameters: ‘Is it badass? is it awesome? Will the audience love it? And will it not break faith with the audience as they’re watching it?’ I’m down for whatever.”
I remember Tom and I not be able to hold — we couldn’t stop laughing when we first shake hands in the first scene when our characters meet. Every time I would come in and be like, ‘Hey, how are you? I’m Quentin,’ he would just start laughing — he couldn’t stop. And so we both — 40 takes, we couldn’t get it. In the movie, Jon Watts uses a millisecond of the shot because he couldn’t get anything usable.