Scott Eastwood Says He Was Unaware of Any Tension Between The Rock and Vin Diesel While Filming 'Fast 8'

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While there's been much made of the rumored feud between Fast 8 co-stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Vin Diesel, Scott Eastwood said that nothing appeared wrong during filming on the latest installment of the Fast and Furious franchise.

"I had a great time working on the film," Eastwood told ET. "I don't know anything about that stuff."

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In fact, working on the movie seemed to be more like a family get-together than another day at the office, according to Eastwood's description.

"We had barbeques like every day on set. Tyrese would put on barbeques for everybody," he recalled. "We'd go run out and shoot a scene and come back and listen to music and eat grilled chicken."

The 30-year-old actor remained politically correct concerning his cast mates, but next month he's sure to ruffle some feathers in Oliver Stone's politically charged thriller, Snowden.

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The film follows the saga of CIA whistleblower, Edward Snowden (played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt), who gained notoriety when he leaked classified documents to the New York Times, which detailed the U.S. government's domestic surveillance programs.

Snowden hits theaters Sept. 16. Fast 8 is set to premiere April 14, 2017.