When fans watch the new “Fast & Furious” movie this summer, titled "F9," they will see flashbacks of a young Dominic Toretto, who looks a lot like the film’s star Vin Diesel. However, the movie studio didn’t scour the globe for an amazing look-alike, instead, they paid the actor’s son to appear in the flick.

Diesel’s 10-year-old son, Vincent Sinclair, will be making his debut in the latest film of the action-packed movie franchise as a younger version of Diesel’s character, TMZ reports.

Although it is unclear how often Sinclair will appear onscreen, the child’s contract revealed he had a $1,005 daily pay rate. Sinclair filmed his scenes back in 2019 while he was still 9 years old.

This isn’t the first time a younger version of Diesel’s character has appeared in the franchise. In the 2015 film “Furious 7,” Alex McGee played a young Dominic in a flashback.

Although Sinclair has plenty to look forward to thanks to the perks of his new movie role, the little guy isn’t the only person with a salary to celebrate.

His dad earned nearly $20 million upfront for the ninth “Fast & Furious” film, Forbes reports. The role would have been even more profitable for Diesel had the movie's release not have been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In 2020, the actor earned an estimated total of $54 million.

Along with Diesel’s reprisal of his popular character in “F9,” Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, and Nathalie Emmanuel will also return to the franchise.

“F9” is expected to be released on June 25.

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Vin Diesel attends One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert For Disaster Relief at Marlins Park on Oct. 14, 2017. Jason Koerner/One Voice: Somos Live!/Getty Images