Vin Diesel praised co-star Brie Larson for bringing the "A game" to make the final installment of "The Fast and the Furious" movie franchise. The actor also shared a black and white photo of him and the actress on the sets of "Fast X."

In the photo, shared Sunday on Instagram, the 54-year-old actor can be seen looking at the camera with a huge smile and open arms. Larson, 32, on the other hand, can be seen laughing while standing behind Diesel.

"Happy Creative Sunday," Diesel captioned the photo. "So blessed and grateful to have the cast and crew all bringing their A game… and yet doing it, with smiles and laughter. Haha. @brielarson Thank you all for believing in us. We hope to make you proud. All love, always."

Fans immediately took to the comments section to share their reactions.

"Let's go fam," a fan wrote while another one added, "Love you Vin!! So excited for the next Riddick too, you utterly kill that role." Many more fans simply dropped heart and fire emojis in the comments.

Diesel has been introducing new characters to the final installment of the car racing movie franchise via Instagram. The actor shared a fun photo on Instagram in April featuring him and Larson sharing a laugh.

"You have no idea how timeless and amazing she will be in our mythology," he captioned the photo at that time. "Beyond her beauty, her intellect… her Oscar, haha is this profound soul who will add something you might not have expected but yearned for."

Diesel also introduced 90-year-old actress Rita Moreno last week via Instagram, noting that she will be portraying his grandmother in the highly anticipated flick.

"It's been my dream forever to work with Rita Moreno, and the fact that she's here playing my grandmother makes my soul smile," he said in the video. "I'm so blessed."

While new characters have joined the team, there are also celebs like director Justin Lin and actor Dwayne Johnson who distanced themselves from the franchise.

"Fast X" is scheduled to release in theatres on May 19, 2023.

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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