Image: Hosts Dwayne Johnson, left, and Kevin Hart perform at the MTV Movie Awards on April 9, 2016. (Kevork Djansezian/Pool Photo via AP)

Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram to announce he has officially joined Shane Black’s tale of “the world’s first superhero,” Doc Savage. The post, which you can read below, notes the actor’s excitement at playing “A F*CKING HILARIOUS WEIRDO!” Stoked for you, guy. But we have to ask: when does the Rock sleep?


The answer would appear to be “never,” considering the amount of projects he’s currently involved with (and the fact that he probably spends five to six hours a day—conservative estimate—in the gym). In addition to Doc Savage, these projects include:

Just a disclaimer—that list is probably incomplete, because by the time you read this, Johnson will no doubt have announced his involvement in even more movies, TV shows, signature YouTube channels, wrestling ventures, awards-show hosting gigs, and who can guess what else. Hot take: the Rock is a clone. Discuss!


[Entertainment Weekly]