The realization of the film was entrusted to the director of “Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle” …
Dwayne Johnson is the latest actor to date for the Netflix platform. He will be the star of John Henry and The Statesmen, a film from a screenplay by Tom Wheeler.
“Every mornin’ at the mine you could see him arrive.
He stood six foot six and weighed 245.
Kind of broad at the shoulder and narrow at the hip.
And everybody knew they didn’t give no lip to Big John”
This is gonna be fun!
JOHN HENRY & THE STATESMEN @netflix @SevenBucksProd https://t.co/WbVf5xent2
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) October 9, 2018
In addition, the actor with big arms will not be disoriented. Variety announces that he will find Jake Kasdan behind the camera, the director of Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle.
The perfect partner
This is a real small victory for Netflix who managed to add Dwayne Johnson to his purse. After having debauched heavyweights such as Mark Wahlberg or Ryan Reynolds, the streaming platform displays an insolent health of which the highest paid actor of cinema has not hesitated to be the apostle.
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Two hand philosophy. If I can’t earn it, then I don’t want it. My hands might be calloused up and scarred up with a knuckle or two missing (poor punching form;) but they’re mine and serve as my daily anchors for puttin’ in the work to the job done. Earn it. Own it. Be grateful for it. #TwoHandPhilosophy #FuckAMensManicure 😈
“Netflix is the platform and the perfect partner for us to continue to entertain our global audience in a disruptive way. The diversity of his characters responds to a narrative legacy more relevant than ever and covers an audience regardless of age, gender, race or origin, “said the actor.