Dwayne Johnson is known to be a man with a big heart. Recently, the actor appeared in Red Notice, alongside Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot. The film rose to fame and garnered 150 million viewers on Netflix. The Rock posted a video of him and director Rawson Marshall Thurber celebrating the film, turning a corner.
Johnson also recently revealed that he is interested in playing the role of James Bond as Daniel Craig bids farewell to the iconic character from No Time to Die. The Fast & Furious actor also revealed his grandfather was a Bond villain in Sean Connery’s You Only Live Twice.
Now new reports have come out which mention the kindness of Dwayne Johnson. The Hollywood Reporter’s new feature features longtime Johnson stuntman Tanoai Reed, who has worked with the actor since Waterworld in 1995. The two have worked together on several occasions, most notably in the sports drama Gridiron Gang in 2006.
The report explained that due to a budget cut, Tanoai Reed believed he wouldn’t be hired for any scenes, but to his surprise, Dwayne Johnson paid his entire stunt rate himself during the show. making of the film. “[Johnson] Said to me, “You’re more than just a stuntman, you’re like family,” Reed said.
This is not the first time Johnson has surprised his stuntman. The same report mentioned how the Jungle Cruise actor once again proved why he is such a man so loved by millions (and millions) around the world by gifting Reed an all-new custom Ford F-150 perfectly.
Since appearing in The Scorpion King in 2002, Tanoai Reed has been Dwayne Johnson’s right-hand man. The two have worked together in various blockbuster films, such as Hercules, Skyscraper, San Andreas, and the Sixth and Seventh Editions of the Fast and Furious franchise.
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