- Actor Dwayne The Rock recently opened up on his presidential ambitions
- The actor said that he wouldn't mind becoming the president of the United States
- The Rock, however, noted that he would run only on one condition - if that's what the people want
Hollywood actor Dwayne Johnson, popularly called The Rock, has revealed one of the things he may explore in the future.
However, he noted that its achievement would be dependent on what people thought about it.
The Rock said that he would consider running for the post of president if that is what people wanted.
The Independent reported the actor noted that he is not joking, however, he insisted the final decision would be up to people to make.
“So I would wait, and I would listen. I would have my finger on the pulse, my ear to the ground.”
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson opened up about how difficult it is to be a really good actor. Hollywood hotshot, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, is one of the highest-paid actors between 2018 and 2019.
He doesn't really feel that he deserves this label though, according to IOL News. Dwayne says he is just a 'bankable actor'.
The Jumanji actor said that becoming the kind of actor that he is, takes a lot of hard work, especially in Tinseltown.
"So, what it takes to become ... we'll just say a bankable actor - you guys could say 'biggest movie star in the world' - it takes, again, hard work, perseverance.
"And again it takes context and perspective, especially when you get into this world of Hollywood and the business of Hollywood. Because it is so demanding and it's incredibly difficult."
Briefly.co.za gathered that the former WWE star feels it is his responsibility to entertain his fans. He says it is different to make fans happy as an actor from making them happy as a wrestler.
"Yes, being in the ring is incredibly difficult, but the scope of the audience and the world that you now entertain and are responsible for in movies is global. This is why it requires a consistent and very constant daily hard work.
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