Vin Diesel shared an update on the highly-anticipated movie "Fast & Furious 10," and also called social media "shallow," considering that the people in the world are suffering, hinting at the Russia-Ukraine war.

Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the 54-year-old actor shared a throwback photo of himself from the first installment of "The Fast and the Furious" movie that dropped in 2001.

"Good morning planet," Diesel captioned the post. "I know I haven’t posted in a minute, when people in the world suffer I tend to pull back from the shallow acts of social media."

"However, I know there are many of you who really sincerely wait to hear from me and to know where my state of mind lies. I am approaching the finale of the first saga… that is Fast," he wrote.

The actor went on to share updates regarding the upcoming installment of the popular car racing franchise. "It is very intense, although god has brought such incredible talent to assist me in completing this mythology, I can’t help but to reminisce… you all have been a part of this journey," he said, adding: "You all have been a part of this family."

Diesel further revealed that Universal Studios is going to release the movie's finale into two parts. "I can’t believe that universal studios is committed to a two part finale," he wrote. "Their support and belief in this mythology surprises me and makes me smile. There are angels coming to this mythology that will make you all smile."

He concluded the post by adding, "Haha. I love you all… and I from the bottom of my soul, hope to make you proud."

Earlier this year, John Cena, 44, disclosed his wish to be part of the finale of the franchise. "I really hope you see me in Fast 10," he told Good Morning America in January. "I know they're gearing up for production and I would love nothing more than to return to the franchise. I'm a big fan myself."

"Fast & Furious 10" is slated to release on May 19, 2023. The star-studded movie will feature Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Charlize Theron, Kurt Russell, Cardi B and Tyrese Gibson.

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Vin Diesel receives birthday messages from his “Fast and Furious” family. Pictured: Actor speaks onstage at the NALIP Latino Media Awards at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland Center on June 24, 2017. Getty Images/Phillip Faraone