Dwayne 'Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson' Johnson has been back at work filming his Netflix action comedy Red Notice, and he's been so eager to not miss any filming that he ripped his own gates clean off the wall.
The movie stars the actor alongside Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds, and reunites him with Central Intelligence and Skyscraper writer and director Rawson Marshall Thurber. The shoot got quite far along before things were shut down, but we haven't seen that much from the project as of yet.
Now Johnson has shared an image of himself with Thurber in what looks like a warehouse containing plenty of rare pieces (it is a film about an art thief), alongside one of his trademark Instagram essays.
"The world has changed and so has our process – we are officially back to work on filming RED NOTICE, " he wrote. "A very productive first week back of work, but certainly not without some angst and anxiety, but overall our incredible crew remained focused, disciplined and executed brilliantly all week long.
"We have implemented the most aggressive health and safety Covid measures in all of Hollywood, but as I shared with our crew yesterday, we're all still in beta phase with no 'COVID playbook' to reference.
"We're an agile crew — learning on the go and we will create the blueprint for how effective a large scale production can operate during a pandemic. Proud to go shoulder to shoulder with our entire crew on this game changer.
"In the mean time I'll continue to screw up my lines and pretend to listen to my director/writer here @rawsonthurber as he shows me my firing target."
Ryan Reynolds previously stated that they could have finished production, which is reportedly Netflix's biggest ever investment, before it was shut down – but they wasted too much time "dicking around".
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