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What The Rock is cooking: Dwayne Johnson’s next 26 films decoded

The worlds highest-paid performer has a floundering number of movies in the works and you can probably guess what happens in them from their titles alone

Dwayne The Rock Johnson currently has 26 movies in development. That is a floundering amount of employment, perhaps equalled merely by crippling-debt-era Nicolas Cage. On article, it looks like a tremendous amount of available resources will go into developing all of these scripts. In reality, though, thats unlikely to be the case, because Dwayne The Rock Johnson only really stirs three different types of film: the ironic action slapstick, the children movie and the catastrophe epic. In reality, you can probably guess what happens in all of those forthcoming cinemas merely by looking at their identifies. With this in thinker, lets go through his project list on IMDb and take a guess at the plots from the titles alone, beginning with the the most recent.

Baywatch
Well, this is easy. Dwayne The Rock Johnson suns in an ironic action-comedy remake of a beloved fragment of entertainment, in this case a Tv series.

Jumanji
Dwayne The Rock Johnson suns in an ironic action-comedy remake of a beloved fragment of entertainment, in such a case a kids film.

Fighting With My Family
Now, this is either going to be a knockabout action slapstick about amusing domestic conflicts, or a harrowing kitchen-sink drama about the emotional toil caused by a lifetime of familial animosity. Just a guess, but lets go with the first one.

Rampage
Dwayne The Rock Johnson suns in an ironic action-comedy remake of a beloved fragment of entertainment, in such a case a 1986 coin-operated arcade game.

Doc Savage
Dwayne The Rock Johnson suns in an ironic action slapstick adjustment of the most significant thing he could find to Indiana Jones, after he failed to secure the rights of Indiana Jones.

Journey 3: From the Earth to the Moon
One of Dwayne The Rock Johnsons cinemas for children, which flits inconsistently between slapstick and foot-of-the-bed ultra-sincerity.

San Andreas 2
Sequel to San Andreas. Just when Dwayne The Rock Johnson has finished putting the world back together after the events of the first film, its destroyed again by another earthquake. Dwayne The Rock Johnson swears to delve to the centre of the earth and punch some magma in the mouth.

Black Adam
If Ive get this right, Dwayne The Rock Johnson dips his toe into the dwindling stocks of unadapted superhero personas to play one of DCs least-known baddies, the primary foe of Shazam!

Shazam!
If Ive get this right, Dwayne The Rock Johnson dips his toe into the dwindling stocks of unadapted superhero personas to play one of DCs least-known goodies, the above figures who shields the world from Black Adam. Wait, what?

Big Trouble in Little China
Dwayne The Rock Johnson suns in an ironic action-comedy remake of a beloved fragment of entertainment, in this case a film he should absolutely not have been allowed to go anywhere near.

Muscle Beach
Loved Baywatch, but sad that Dwayne The Rock Johnson didnt merely stand in one region hoisting things over and over again in it? This is the movie for you.

Untitled Jerry Bruckheimer/ Dwayne Johnson Project
Dwayne The Rock Johnson suns in an ironic action-comedy remake of a beloved fragment of entertainment, which in all probability is Pirates of the Caribbean.

Skyscraper
Either a) a catastrophe film where Dwayne The Rock Johnson plays a raising escort tasked with saving his family from a igniting skyscraper, or b) an ironic action slapstick remake of the little-seen 1996 Anna Nicole Smith vehicle.

Jungle Cruise
Dwayne The Rock Johnson plays Jungle Cruise, a boy who enjoys good-for-nothing more than cruising in the jungle. One period his hovercraft is attacked by hundreds of alligators, and all the trees catch fire, and he alongside a woman of such indeterminate age that its never really clear whether shes his wife or daughter has to machine-gun his way out.

Alpha Squad Seven
Tricky. Since this film has a number in the title, it could be a gritty wartime drama. Then again, Alpha Squad Seven abbreviates to ASS it was therefore likely an ironic action comedy.

Untitled Wrestling Comedy
This one might be the slapstick drama directed by Stephen Merchant, which would be strange, because that also has the title Fighting With My Family . The likelihood is that this is simply a duplication. This whole list is nonsense, isnt it? God, Im wasting my life.

SEAL Team 666
Again, this has a number in the title, so it might be a gritty drama about Navy Seals. Then again, that number is 666, so it might be an ironic action slapstick about some soldiers perforating the devil.

Racing Dreams
A racing car driver has a dream: to become the world champion at driving racing cars. Dwayne The Rock Johnson plays the car, because theres no way a boy of his size would ever realistically fit in a driving seat.

Untitled Larry Hillblom Project
This is a weird one. Larry Hillblom was the billionaire co-founder of the courier company DHL, and a boy who, after he died in a mysterious aircraft gate-crash, was discovered to have invested times compulsively having sex with young virgins in south-east Asia. He was by all accounts a terrible boy, which suggests that this one might not actually be an ironic action comedy.

Boost Unit
Dwayne The Rock Johnson plays Boost Unit, a tough but kind-hearted auto burglar who punches structures or something.

Take My Wife
Dwayne The Rock Johnson suns in an ironic action-comedy remake of a beloved fragment of entertainment, in this case a reboot of Taken in which Bryan Mills calls up a series of human traffickers and questions them to kidnap his family.

Teddy Bear
Another children film. Dwayne The Rock Johnson plays a teddy bear, which is funny because he is a muscular boy in his mid-4 0s.

Untitled Dwayne Johnson Action Comedy
Thats Untitled Dwayne Johnson Ironic Action Comedy to you, sir.

Son of Shaolin
Dwayne The Rock Johnson plays a Buddhist monk who has to punch his way out of a maximum protection prison to save his family from wolves.

Not Without Hope
Dwayne The Rock Johnson draws three words out of a tombola machine at random. Sure, I can make an ironic action slapstick out of this, he says. I mean, Im pretty good at them by now.

The Janson Directive
Dwayne The Rock Johnson plays Janson Directive, a tough soldier or snoop or firefighter who has to save his family in a knockabout ironic direction while dressed up as bloody-minded Humpty Dumpty or whatever. I mean, Jesus Christ.

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