A new poll suggests that at least 46 percent of Americans would support Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson running for president, while 63 percent believe that Hollywood stars could "make good politicians."
"Young Rock" is the new NBC comedy that sees three actors play Dwayne Johnson at 10, 15 and 18—some pretty awkward times in the wrestler's life.
Oddsmakers consider The Rock equally likely to secure the Oval Office as the New York congresswoman in four years.
The Rock's father, Rocky Johnson, died in January 2020 at the age of 75 after a successful career as a professional wrestler.
Sharing a close up of his face with blood trickling down from his temple, The Rock used the opportunity to motivate his millions of followers.
"I used to LOVE putting on my dad's wrestling trunks, boots, jacket and championship belts—dreaming of one day becoming a pro wrestling champion," Johnson wrote on Instagram.
Johnson is however the "number one followed man in America the number one followed American man in the world and most importantly, the number one daddy at home."
The answer may surprise you, as will other President's decisions.
The former pro wrestler's "first-ever (public) presidential endorsement" immediately went viral when it was posted.
Despite the fact that Johnson previously identified as a Republican, voting for Trump was never an option for the former wrestler.
"I've seen you in those hearings, and in my opinion you're a certified badass," Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson told Senator Kamala Harris.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is due to play the superhero, Black Adam in an upcoming DC movie—but coronavirus has caused some significant production delays.
The former WWE star says that he, his wife, and two daughters caught the virus despite being "disciplined" about taking coronavirus precautions.
"Some people go through separation and there's no conversation, and it's a dark time, and one person goes off, but that was never us. We went on this journey together."
"It was like a movie fight—the desk got turned over, stuff was flying all over the place," Johnson said in an interview with Sports Illustrated.
"The Rock bought the XFL for $15 million — which is valued as highly as $50 million — with his ex-wife as part-owner and just hours before the league hit auction. We have the next three seasons 'Ballers' plotted now," someone tweeted on August 3.
In April the XFL's parent company had filed for bankruptcy after the novel coronavirus pandemic had halted operations.
The actor, who lambasted President Donald Trump in a passionate speech earlier this month, has teased the idea of running for office in the past.
A flurry of bets have been placed on the Hollywood star to triumph in the 2020 election after his "Where are You?" speech calling out President Trump.
"Where is our leader at this time when our country is down on its knees, begging, pleading, hurt, angry, frustrated, in pain with its arms out, just wanting to be heard?" Johnson asked.
"The video. The plea for breath. The callous response. The racism. The killing. This is our ongoing disease," Johnson wrote on Instagram.
As an extension of her arena tour, the iconic talk show personality will host virtual wellness seminars with surprise guests.
Fans rejoiced at the end credits to Taylor Swift's "The Man" video, where she noted that not only did she write, direct, and star in it, but she also owns it.
The wrestling legend was 75 years old.
The movie is now in cinemas, meaning that fans have more jungle japes to look forward to.
A new era unfolds for WWE's blue brand.
"It's been an honor and I want to say from the bottom of my heart, I love you, I thank you, and enjoy your new truck," Johnson said.