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Dwayne Johnson reveals scene which is no longer part of Hobbs and Shaw

Mid-Day Sunday, 9 June 2019
For all the 'Fast and Furious' fans awaiting the release of the next in the franchise, 'Hobbs and Shaw', Dwayne Johnson has revealed an action sequence which no longer is part of the film.

While 'Fast and Furious' is all about speed, cars, and obviously action, fans won't get to see Johnson biting a bad guy's eye out. Giving...
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