Dwayne"The Rock" Johnson can be described as the most busy man in the world right now, maybe more busy than the American President, as he prepares his body for the forth coming super hero feature, which is considered the biggest super hero film from the DC line. Dwayne is to play his very first super hero role in the block buster film "Black Adam", which is scheduled for a December release, but the wrestler turned actor can't stop uploading pictures of his changing physique, which a lot of fans have noticed is getting bigger and better.
The 48-year old seems to have a particular love for mid-nights work outs, but you need to see his body for yourself to understand just how committed he is to his project. He has focused his workouts on his legs, but he also revealed that he is focused on conditioning and muscle cuts. Dwayne has risen to the top of the food chain in Hollywood, from earning $40 per match while in WWE to earning $89 million a year as an actor.
Dwayne has other big projects for 2021, but it seems playing Black Adam is the biggest of them all, it is also the biggest film for the Justice League super hero sequel.
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