Dwayne Johnson's $760 million blunder forces the franchise to cancel its plans.
After making his debut in the WWE, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson rose through the ranks fast to become one of Hollywood's most well-liked celebrities.
The former WWE champion made his big screen debut as the Scorpion King alongside Brendan Fraser in The Mummy Returns (2001), setting the path for stars who would come later, like John Cena and Dave Bautista.
Johnson has since worked with all of the major Hollywood studios, earning a fortune in the process.
With an estimated net worth of more than $800 million, he is still a significant figure despite dropping in the rankings over the past few years.
Even so, Johnson's most devoted followers would admit that the performer has suffered some terrible setbacks in recent months.
Disney's Jungle Cruise (2021) and DC Universe's Black Adam (2022), Johnson's last two major blockbusters, both failed miserably at the box office.
Johnson has essentially been removed from the future, at least temporarily, even though it was initially anticipated that he would work as an executive at DC going forward.
Furthermore, in its inaugural season, the XFL, his most recent football league, lost over $60 million.Johnson's future plans remain unclear, but we do know that he will be returning to two illustrious franchises.
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