Dwayne Johnson is celebrating the $333 million worldwide success of his Fast and Furious spin-off while addressing a particular someone with a loud mouth.
Fast & Furious franchise star Tyrese Gibson has thrown shade at The Rock over Hobbs & Shaw and its opening weekend take.
Tyrese has shared the first set video from the set of his new Sony Marvel Universe movie Morbius The Living Vampire.
Tyrese Gibson takes one of the final major roles in Sony's Morbius alongside Jared Leto, Matt Smith, Adria Arjona, and Jared Harris.
Tyrese Gibson is ready to bail on Fast and Furious 9 if one big demand isn't met, which could jeopardize the franchise.
After Universal pushes the Fast & Furious 9 release date up a year to 2020, Tyrese Gibson calls out The Rock for abandoning his Fast family.
Tyrese confirms he's met with Warner Bros., but says he's also made them mad with his online petition to play Green Lantern.
Tyrese Gibson confirms he's had meetings with Warner Bros. for a role in the studio's Green Lantern Corps reboot.
DC and Warner Bros. confirm an earlier rumor that the Green Lantern reboot is official titled Green Lantern Corps.
Tyrese teases new fan art on Instagram, hinting that he will be announced as John Stewart and Chris Pine as Hal Jordan in the Green Lantern reboot.
Tyrese Gibson will star in and executive produce Desert Eagle, following two border patrol agents investigating a drug cartel at a casino.
After spending the past few days posting artwork of himself as Green Lantern, Tyrese Gibson reportedly took a meeting at Warner Bros.
Tyrese Gibson shares fan art depicting the actor as John Stewart, fueling rumors that he has joined Justice League as Green Lantern.
Director James Wan's highly-anticipated sequel is entering its third week of production in Atlanta.
Vin Diesel reveals a more somber moment from this action-packed saga as filming continues in Los Angeles.
The Conjuring director shares an update, calling last night's six-hour production meeting for this upcoming sequel epic.
Roman Pearce and Tej Parker are waiting for the action to get underway in the latest one-sheet for director Justin Lin's sequel.
The actor does his best Superman impression while jumping from one moving car to another in this action shot from Justin Lin's sequel.
Kasi Lemmons directs this musical about a young Baltimore boy spending Christmas with his grandparents in Harlem.
The actor introduces us to a few of the crew members on Justin Lin's sequel, including a camera operator who looks like Colin Farrell.