Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham associate in the new company "Fast & Furious", "Hobbs & Shaw".

The world premiere of celebrity-laden "Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw" was temporarily interrupted on Saturday after electric sparks occurred under the seats in the center of the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, marking the first time in the world. ;alarm.

The protagonists of the movie – Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jason Statham – were sitting side by side when audience members in row J jumped up and stood rushed to the exits.

"There are sparks," said an outgoing member of the audience. The movie stopped and the lights in the house went on. Safety is eager to investigate the source of sparks under the seats.

Some participants left the theater, but no one called for an evacuation.

After 20 minutes late, director David Leitch spoke up saying, "Agreement, it was weird."

Trailer & Hobbs & Shaw: Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham in quick and furious action

Leitch explained that water was spilled into an electrical box that "caused sparks", adding that everything was going to be fine.

Then Johnson, without his jacket, took the stage.

"I'm staying, we're all staying," Johnson said while smiling as he responded to a public cry that illuminated the fear.

"I feel what Rock cooking, yes." said Johnson. The crowd burst out laughing.

"Hobbs and Shaw will continue tonight!" he said.

But Johnson could not stop playing the rivalry on the screen between him and his co-starred Statham. Before going out to start the movie, he gave Statham another burn.

"I know that there are members of the press here who will report that, when things started to go wrong and everybody came out of this theater, just for the recording, I stayed there and I waited, "said Johnson. "My safety wanted me to leave, but I wanted to see that everyone was safe."

"But Jason Statham ran to the end," added Johnson. "I'm kidding … please enjoy the rest of" Hobbs and Shaw. "

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