Well, that was fast…
Dwayne Johnson has confirmed that production has now wrapped on his latest film, Hobbs & Shaw.
The action-packed feature is a spin-off to the Fast & Furious franchise in which the Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle actor also starred.
Reprising his role as federal agent Luke Hobbs, Johnson teams up with fellow Fast & Furious character Deckard Shaw, played by Jason Statham.
The frenemies were last seen together in 2017’s The Fate of the Furious but now have their own mission to perform as they attempt to stop an international terrorist played by Luther star Idris Elba.
Referring to himself and Jason as the “last men standing,” The Rock announced the end of filming by sharing a picture of the pair alongside a helicopter rigged off the ground.
“Easily the most challenging film I’ve ever produced and starred in, however based on the fans’ insanely hyped ‘break the internet’ reactions to our first trailer — this film is also shaping up to be my most rewarding,” states the caption.
“A HUGE bald and brotherly MAHALO to the man who trusted me and our chemistry and ‘pushed all his chips in’ to make something bad ass and fun for the fans. My uso @jasonstatham. He’s one legit talented and tough bastard and the pure joy I got from making him laugh so f**king hard during the our takes he couldn’t even talk, I will always remember with evil glee.”
We can’t wait to see the fruits of their labour when Hobbs & Shaw hits screens on August 2nd 2019.