Viewers have seen Jason Statham play soldier-turned-crook Deckard Shaw in three previous Fast & Furious movies. But director David Leitch wanted to take a different approach to the character for Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw, the first spin-off feature from the enormously successful action film franchise.

“When you have an actor like Jason in the fight scene in his sister’s apartment, you can see a guy who actually has a mastery of martial arts,” Leitch, 49, tells the Post in a recent interview…



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