Looks like he should stick to crappy movies about cars.
Vin Diesel was shooting for the third installment of his
B-list movie highly-anticipated Chronicles of Riddick series. But things have hit a snide.
TMZ spoke with Michel Trudel — the owner of the Montreal studio where the new movie is being shot — who tells us he changed the locks and kicked everyone off the set Wednesday because the production company, One Race Films, has failed to pay up on time.
FYI — One Race Films was founded by Vin Diesel … who is also set to produce and star in the upcoming flick.
But Trudel isn’t the only one griping about a paycheck — sources connected to production tell us several members of the crew have not been paid in over 2 weeks … and are very concerned about getting their money.
Trudel tells us he’s confident the situation will be resolved soon … and he’s more than happy to let production resume … as soon as he gets his money. Calls to Diesel’s camp were not returned.
He better hope that they make a Fast and Furious 27 so he can make some money because that’s the only thing that’s worked out for him.