Actor and former professional wrestler Dwayne Johnson is getting fans hyped up with his new movie "Red Notice" on Netflix. His fans left priceless reactions in the comments. Check out the movie trailer.
Dwayne Johnson gained prominence in the entertainment industry during his glorious years in World Wrestling Entertainment, where he was famously named "The Rock."
After leaving his wrestling profession in 2004, Johnson entered acting. The 49-year-old actor recently shared on Instagram his latest movie project, "Red Notice," starring Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot.
The exciting trailer showed Johnson and Reynold inside a room full of displayed artifacts, facing Gadot. The trio dressed to the nines only to ruin their looks during a physical fight. A fan quickly commented:
"SOOO EXCITINGGGGGG!!! AHHHHH💥😱😱🚀🚀🦖🦖🥺🥺💥💥I CANT TAKE FAMILYYY!! WOOOP WOOP!!"
The movie has been highly anticipated, according to Johnson. He hilariously highlighted Gadot's impressive fighting skills and thanked Reynolds in jest for what he showed in the scene.
The clip earned more than 2 million likes, with fans expressing their excitement with many comments with fire emojis, heart, and clapping hands emojis. Another noted Johnson's toned physique.
His parents are former pro-wrestlers - Ata Johnson and Steve Johnson, the first black Georgia Heavyweight Champion.
Some fans also adored Gadot's alluring yet dangerous character. Meanwhile, another follower suggested that the Teremana founder should audition as fictional spy James Bond.
"Red Notice" will premiere on Netflix in November. The movie revolves around a law enforcer in a quest to capture the world's most wanted art thieves. Johnson will play FBI Special Agent John Hartley.
Gadot and Reynolds play as art thieves Sarah Black and Nolan Booth. The former beauty queen previously appeared in the "Wonder Woman 1984" movie while the Canadian actor appeared in "Free Guy."
Johnson recently appeared with actress Emily Blunt in "Jungle Cruise." Besides the movie, he also stars in the "Young Rock" TV series, a comedy and autobiographical sitcom based on his life.
Three actors portray him at various stages of his life - Adrian Groulx as a kid living in Hawaii, Bradley Constant as a teen in Pennsylvania, and Uli Latukefu as a football player at the University of Miami.
The TV show also highlights Johnson's wrestling influences. His parents are former pro-wrestlers - Ata Johnson and Steve Johnson, the first black Georgia Heavyweight Champion.