- The Rock was filming upcoming Netflix movie Red Notice
- While recording a chase sequence, he had to enter a Porsche that had been shipped into the country
- After the exhilarating chase, The Rock tried stepping out of the car but as it turned out, he was stuck and could not move
- His castmates laughed hysterically while he sat there in shock
Former WWE wrestler Dwayne Johnson, better known as The Rock, is what people would refer to as the man with the bass or simply a human Hulk.
The huge actor, who lifts weights on a daily basis, ended up getting stuck in a car after filming a movie scene.
The Rock hilariously told his fans in an Instagram post seen by Briefly.co.za that thanks to his physique, he could not step out of a sportscar.
While recording a scene for Red Notice, the celebrity was asked to enter a Porsche and drive it around.
Once he was done with the chase scene, The Rock knew he could easily slip out and wrap up his day.
He was wrong!
“Aaaaand guess who is too big to fit in yet another sports car and now we have to change the entire shot sequence around?” The Rock jokingly asked.
Lol! Funnily enough, the former wrestler admitted that was not the first time his frame could not fit in a car.
This was just one of the many times his body betrayed him.
At first, the crew tried to stay quiet but they quickly burst into laughter after replaying the whole thing in their minds repeatedly.
A few months back, The Rock disclosed told his fans on Instagram saying that his wife and two daughters had also contracted Covid-19.
The actor said it was the most difficult time his family has had to endure and wished he was the only one who contracted it.
The actor shared the news on Instagram in a video revealing his wife, Lauren Hashian, and their two daughters, two-year-old Tiana and four-year-old Jasmine, all tested positive.
Dwayne said they were at the end of it and were no longer contagious but this was the most challenging thing they had ever gone through as a family.
The former wrestler noted he and wife Lauren had suffered the most but the kids experienced minor symptoms.
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