Actor follows up on promise of delivering 'the prison scene of all prison scenes' in new NSFW video

By Derek Lawrence
Updated July 22, 2016 at 09:21 PM EDT

Fast and Furious 8

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The Rock is ready to rumble.

Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram Friday giving a little taste of what to expect from the “prison scene of all prison scenes” in the upcoming Fast and Furious 8​, which he promised earlier this week.

Johnson, now appearing in his fourth Fast movie as government agent Luke Hobbs, seems as pumped as ever in the video, captioning the post, in part, “I’m completely iced in my veins and amped out of my f—ing mind in this vid and clearly in need of a horse tranquilizer.”

His excitement for Hobbs’ big prison scene is evident, as in the video he shouts from the top of his lungs, “Here we are on the set of Fast and Furious. I promised the prison scene of all prison scenes. Dominic Toretto and his friends preach love, they preach family, they preach this thing,” he exclaims, forming his hands into the shape of a heart. “Well, Hobbs says f— this thing. Hobbs is in prison and right now Hobbs is a hunter, the greatest hunter on Earth, but in order for Hobbs to hunt out there, one man has to go through everything in here.”

The camera then turns to a large group of actors dressed as inmates and guards, who all shockingly seem as amped up and ready to brawl as Johnson. Then before running at them, Johnson signs off, “And I say Fast and Furious, bring it on. Hobbs, the Iceman cometh, motherf—er!”

This is just the latest behind-the-scenes tease from the Fast crew, as earlier on Friday director F. Gary Gray and Vin Diesel celebrated the film’s halfway point of filming with a new video.

Fast 8, which also stars Ludacris, Tyrese, Michelle Rodriguez, Kurt Russell, Jason Statham, Charlize Theron, and Helen Mirren, crashes into theaters on April 14, 2017.

For more on Fast 8, check out everything we know about the film so far here.

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Fast and Furious 8

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