The hardest working man in showbiz, Dwayne Johnson, has booked yet another feature film project – this time a sci-fi action comedy titled "Alpha Squad Seven," which is set up at DreamWorks.
Plot details are being kept underwraps currently, but the studio is eyeing the project as the start of a potential franchise for Johnson.
To be written by Jeremiah Friedman and Nick Palmer, who sold the idea pitch to DreamWorks, Beau Flynn will produce via his FlynnPictureCo., banner along with The Rock, via his 7 Bucks Productions.
Up next for the busy Johnson is the action-comedy "Central Intelligence" with another one of Hollywood’s hardest working men, Kevin Hart. And on the small screen, he stars in the upcoming HBO dramedy "Ballers," which debuts next month.
He also has "San Andreas," and "Shazam!" on his to-do list, amongst others.