Dwayne Johnson claims he doesn’t care if his movies flop because he likes to try his hand at many different genres of film.
Dwayne Johnson doesn’t mind if his movies flop.
The wrestler-turned-actor – whose new movie ‘Tooth Fairy’ opposite Julie Andrews is released on May 28 – claims he doesn’t mind if people slate his movie choices because he only ever does what he wants to.
He said: “I don’t want to be just that guy, who only does those kinds of movies. I want to strike out and try everything. And it’s okay if it doesn’t work every time – I’d be incredibly lucky if they did, especially given the range I’ve been trying – but I’m always so glad that I got the chance to push myself in a different direction, in a different genre.
“I don’t expect the person who loved ‘The Scorpion King’ to run and see ‘Tooth Fairy’, and I don’t expect the little girl who loved ‘The Game Plan’ to go and buy all my WWF videos. The important thing is, I love them all equally.”
The 38-year-old hunk also admits the film is “magical” because of he appearance of ‘Mary Poppins’ star Julie Andrews.
He told Movies.ie: “Once you even just hear Julie Andrews’ voice, you know there’s going to be magic involved.”