Dwayne Johnson has certainly made his mark on Hollywood over the years, and the wrestler-turned-actor is now being honored for his contributions to the industry with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Variety reports.
The "Baywatch" star will be honoured in a ceremony on December 13, inducting him into the Hollywood Walk of Fame's motion pictures category.
Congratulations to Dwayne Johnson.
He now has the highly-anticipated "Jumanji" reboot on the horizon, as well as a "Fast and Furious" spin-off co-starring Jason Statham. Next year he will be starring in the Fast and Furious spinoff based on his character Hobbs and three other movies: "Jungle Cruise", "Rampage", and "Skyscraper".
The official ceremony takes place on December 13 ― and Johnson said he would "see everyone there". "We envision scores of photos being taken at his star by his fans", Ana Martinez, producer of the Walk of Fame ceremonies, said in a statement. Adding to a slew of tent-pole films, Johnson starred in the highest grossing live action comedy, "Central Intelligence" opposite Kevin Hart for New Line Cinema and also lent his voice to the widely successful Disney Animated film "Moana" released in November 2016.
Taking to Twitter, Johnson said of the news: "A true true honor".