Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson Keep Posting 'Fast Six' Photos Online

Dear Mr. Diesel and Mr. The Rock: Can you please stop sharing photos from the Fast Six set on Facebook and Twitter? I mean, we all appreciate your enthusiasm for the sequel, which currently is filming in London. And if it’s half as entertaining as the souped-up Fast Five, we’re all in for a thrill ride next summer. But we kind of want to be surprised by some of the things we’re going to be seeing on screen, and these photos are showing us a lot! 
 
Dwayne Johnson loves Twitter. He Tweets often, posting photos on a regular basis. Vin Diesel’s more of a Facebook fan, updating his status with Fast treats for fans. The duo sent out competing images from the London set of Justin Lin’s sequel, where things seem a little more destructive than even the cast expected. 
 
“On set. FAST 6. Take 1: Rock throws man into table so hard entire ceiling crashes down. #MyBad," Johnson Tweeted.
 
 
Not one to be outdone, Diesel put two new images up on his Facebook page. 
 
“I'm in a F6 state of mind. We are filming today in London. … Proud of Our team. P.S. You really see the difference in the finished product when everyone, from crew to cast is striving to make magic. Blessed."
 
Positive, as always. And he put up two great shots. We have them below. The as-yet-unofficially-titled Fast Six is racing toward a May 24, 2013 release date. Are you getting pumped?
 
 
 
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