Fast X marked the return of Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) to the Fast & Furious franchise after being absent since the spinoff film, Hobbs & Shaw. Eventually, the beef has been squashed between Johnson and the series star Vin Diesel, as another spinoff film focused on Luke Hobbs is in the works.

The Wrap — who infamously spoiled Johnson's Fast X return — reports that Universal is developing a Luke Hobbs-centric spinoff film. While plot details are still being kept under wraps, sources told The Wrap that the film won't be a sequel to Hobbs & Shaw — which teamed Johnson up with Jason Statham and Vanessa Kirby — but rather a direct continuation of the Fast Saga and will bridge the events of Fast X and the eleventh film in the Fast & Furious franchise.

Chris Morgan — who. wrote Hobbs & Shaw — wrote the screenplay for this untitled Johnson-led spinoff and will be a producer. Johnson serves as a producer with Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia from Seven Bucks Productions. Diesel and Samantha Vincent will produce on behalf of One Race Films. Jeff Kirschenbaum produces on behalf of Roth/Kirschenbaum Films, and Neal Moritz for Original Film.

Dwayne Johnson, who since his Fast & Furious exit attempted to change the hierarchy of power in the DC universe (to no avail) with Black Adam, reveals that he has squashed the beef with Vin Diesel. In a tweet that included a four-minute video, Johnson said, “Luke Hobbs will be returning to the Fast & Furious franchise.”

He continued, “The next Fast & Furious film you'll see the legendary lawman in will be the HOBBS movie that will serve as a fresh, new chapter & set up for Fast X: Part II.”

Then talking about the beef between him and Diesel, Johnson said, “Last summer Vin and I put all the past behind us. We'll lead with brotherhood and resolve — and always take care of the franchise, characters & FANS that we love.”

Johnson ends the tweet with a quote from Luke Hobbs: “Daddy's gotta go to work.”

Fast X is the tenth chapter in the Fast Saga and pits Dom (Diesel) against one of his most ferocious foes yet: Dante Reyes (Jason Momoa). The film, while not a critical success, has grossed $522 million in under two weeks. It's unknown when this Johnson-led spinoff will come out, but given that Johnson revealed that he and Diesel squashed their beef last summer and The Wrap's report indicates that the script is done, hopefully, it comes sooner than later.

Fast X is in theaters now.