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THE GAME PLAN

DWAYNE "THE ROCK” JOHNSON (Joe Kingman) conquered the high-impact world of sports before venturing into acting, a transition he has accomplished with characteristic ease and charm. In THE GAME PLAN, moviegoers will see a side of him they have rarely been treated to: his rollicking sense of humor. He will next be seen starring as Agent 23 in Peter Segal's screen version of the classic super-agent comedy "Get Smart,” alongside Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway.

Building on a film career that began with the small but pivotal role of The Scorpion King in Stephen Sommers' 2001 blockbuster "The Mummy Returns,” the actor created several memorable screen characters in a very short amount of time. His first starring role in 2002's "The Scorpion King” heralded the arrival of a vibrant new action hero. His subsequent roles playing a tenacious bounty hunter ("The Rundown”), a war hero turned vigilante ("Walking Tall”) and an interstellar alien tracker ("Doom”) led to three very different and challenging assignments: a gay Samoan bodyguard in "Be Cool,” a football coach in "Gridiron Gang” and a futuristic movie star in director/writer Richard Kelly's "Southland Tales.”

He has created his own charitable entity, The Dwayne Johnson Rock Foundation, which creates a platform of hope and possibility for children nationwide by providing programs designed to enrich and empower the lives and self-esteem of under-served, at-risk youth and children hospitalized for medical disabilities, disorders and illness.

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