- Hollywood actor Dwayne Johnson has expressed excitement about launching a new project
- The actor recently revealed that he would be remaking the movie that shot him into the limelight, The Scorpion King
- Dwayne said that the project is dear to his heart as it marked the beginning of his acting career, however it is unlikely that he will appear in the film himself
Hollywood actor Dwayne Johnson is set to relaunch the movie that shot him to the limelight.
It has been reported that the movie, titled The Scorpion King, has a special place in the heart of the Hollywood actor and he can't wait to redo it for a new generation.
According to Dwayne, he wouldn't have had the career he has but for The Scorpion King movie.
Sadly, it is not sure if the actor will feature in the movie as he is booked through 2022, reported Deadline. The original movie is about a desert warrior who rises up against an evil army destroying his country and home.
"Insiders also add its likely he won’t appear in the movie but given how important the property is to Johnson and the studio, there is always a possibility he could make an appearance when this film does finally get into production."
In similar Briefly.co.za reports, the biggest guy in Hollywood has proven, once again, that he's got a heart to match. Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is no stranger to a kind surprise or grand gesture, often filming the recipients of his gifts and sharing the footage with his Instagram followers.
His latest effort in his bid to transform into "Dwanta Claus" sees him partnering with Microsoft and Xbox. The star announced that he first got involved with the gaming console after Bill Gates included him in its initial launch 20 years ago.
This year, The Rock collaborated with Xbox on the latest edition of the gaming system, the Series X for a special version called THE ROCK XBOX Series X. Johnson's video showed the new console off but also revealed that they would be installed not in stores but in children's hospitals across America.
The entertainer went on to say that the console was specifically intended to allow 50 000 children enduring chronic illnesses to have an easier time as they spend the holiday season in hospital.
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