November 23, 2020
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson recently took to social media to reveal that he could not fit inside a Porsche. The white sports car was bought for his Netflix film.
In an amusing post on Instagram on November 14, Dwayne Johnson admitted that he failed to get in a Porsche during a recent shoot for a sequence in Netflix's "Red Notice."
Johnson shared a snap, wherein he was seen posing with the white car. The Rock captioned the photo: "Aaaaand guess who's too big to fit in yet another sports car and now we have to change the entire shot sequence around."
Johnson also shared hilarious details about the scene that was planned. According to him, his writer-director, Rawson Thurber, wrote the film's chase sequence, where he hops in the Porsche and be a "bad [expletive] behind the wheel." He added:
"Well, after months of prep and costs buying and shipping this car over to the states - it's time to rehearse the big chase sequence."
The former wrestler, who is one of the highest-grossing actors of all time, then explained how the conversation with the writer-director went after finding out he was struggling to fit inside the Porsche.
Eventually, Johnson concluded, they demonstrated their readiness to think rapidly on their feet and discovered inventive approaches to still get the shot.
One of the secrets to his massive physique is fasted cardio and lifting hard.
Meanwhile, according to Business Insider, Johnson became the highest-paid actor in the world in 2016. He surpassed Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr, at the time.
The movies that have brought his lifetime worldwide box-office gross to over $5.9 billion are the franchises like "Fast and the Furious" and "San Andreas."
In 2017, Johnson, a former football player, was voted Sexiest Man Alive, as reported by Men's Health. One of the secrets to his massive physique is fasted cardio and lifting hard.
His diet includes a baked potato, a variation of chicken, steak fillets, leafy salads, egg whites, porridge, broccoli, cod, rice, asparagus, baked potato, peppers, onions, and mushrooms.
According to Looper, Johnson, who wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation for eight years, changes his workout based on which character he's playing.
Meanwhile, it is not surprising that Johnson could acquire ownership of the XFL league with his wealth. According to reports, the actor bought the league with an investment firm for $15 million.