Dwayne Johnson on collaborating with John Cena for The Janson Directive: Excited to go on this journey


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“Congrats man and I’m excited to go on this journey with you. Thank you for your commitment to the role and remember, as your producer if you screw up, I’m coming to set and dropping the People’s Elbow on you. is gonna be my good buddy John Cena. Cena, 41, will star in the project while Johnson and Dany Garcia are executives producing it through their Seven Bucks Productions. 2018-05-01T17:06:54+05:30″>
Published: May 1, 2018 5:06:54 pm

The Janson Directive will be produced by Dwayne Johnson production company in association with Universal Studios. Myself and the production company Seven Bucks Productions have partnered with Universal Studios to make a movie called The Janson Directive.”
He continued,”The cool news is this, I found my star. Janson becomes a target himself when a rescue operation goes horribly wrong. Producers on project include Ben Smith and Jeffrey Weiner of Captivate Entertainment; Hiram Garcia of Seven Bucks Productions; Vanderbilt; Brad Fischer and William Sherak of Mythology; and Goldsman of Weed Road Pictures. Johnson was earlier attached to star in the action-thriller but due to his busy schedule, he decided it was best move along as a producer. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App Congrats my friend and let’s go make a good one,” he wrote along with the video. The actor posted a video in which he mentioned, “I have got some great news. James Vanderbilt is adapting Ludlum’s novel for the big screen from a story he co-penned with Akiva Goldsman, according to The Hollywood Reporter.