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June 16, 2004

Good Move! Vin Diesel turns down ‘xXx 2: State of the Union’.

— Posted by John Campea

Would ya look at that, there appears to be some script discrimination going on – isn’t that great? Apparently, upon being presented with a second script (the first script was trashed), Vin Diesel opted out of the second movie of the triple X series. He says he liked the first script (which is too bad), but he says this new one “Wasn’t right.” and “It didn’t feel like XXX to me.”

I’m not too sure what XXX is supposed to feel like, but from most opinions, that feeling rhymes with: “Completely Sucks.”

Either way, with Vin Diesel out of the motion picture, XXX 2 is bound to make a lot less in box office receipts. Today, the gods are smiling.
(For the record, I kinda like Vin Diesel, he’s just been in a glorious amount of bad movies.)

Whoops, Forgot to add the ARTICLE in USA Today about it.

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  1. I think vin diesel is an extremely talented actor. His choice in film hasn’t really been that bad. I mean if you think about it, over half the movies he’s been in his character role is the bad ass bad guy you absoulutley love to see, so when he did the pacifer i think it was a good move cause he was changing it up a bit, throwing something different out there for his fans. He played a bad ass ” GOOD GUY” that you love, and we got to see the softer side of vin. So now he keeps us guess, what will be next, wanting more and isn’t that the point? he was just proving how versitale he can be in his talent. VIN I SAY MAD PROPS TO YOU!!! AND KEEP ON DOIN YOUR THANG BOy!!!

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