But in conjunction with the premiere of his new movie Rampage here tomorrow, the screen action hero known as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson did just that in a video he posted on his Facebook page earlier today. Speaking in an interview with Yahoo!
"The script came in".
On working with Peyton again, Johnson said "Brad and I are like a couple of kids when we get together on a project like this".
"In the movie, I rescue George when he's a baby and his parents were unfortunately killed by poachers.and we become very close and we have this awesome relationship", he said. This upcoming show featuring Johnson is most likely to promote the star's latest movie, Rampage, which hits theatres on April 20.
David Duval rather critical of Rory McIlroy after Masters showing
By the time McIlroy's day mercifully ended, the bounce in his step was gone, replaced by a dejected look and slumping shoulders. Jon Rahm did great to get within a couple of shots of the lead during the final round, having carded a 75 on Thursday.
Few details about Black Adam have been released officially, but Johnson is not shy about his hopes for the movie. But even Johnson has yet to prove that he can save the industry from one of its lingering curses: transforming an awesome video game into an equally awesome movie.
Headquarters trivia is the latest craze that doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon, which is good for us because it gives us more chances to get through those 12 devilishly hard questions and try to win ourselves some real-life money. "Also, we have intrinsic DNA tied to a lot of other properties in DC".
Off that point, Johnson admitted his biggest hope for Black Adam: that it can both honor the source material and act as a massive win for the DC Extended Universe. "We've had great discussions with Geoff Johns over at DC".
ComingSoon says that Johnson has previously teased "a really cool surprise in terms of where we will see Black Adam being introduced", and relays speculation that he might first appear in Suicide Squad 2, which is going before cameras later this year. "We're seeing that with Wonder Woman and Aquaman".