Dwayne Johnson is about to brave the treacherous waters in a live-action "Jungle Cruise" movie.
The actor will continue to work with Disney – he's also lending his voice to the upcoming animated movie "Moana" – on a feature film based on the theme park ride, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The movie will reportedly be a period piece, much like the retro vibe of the iconic Disney attraction.
The writing team behind Will Smith's "Focus," John Requa and Glenn Ficarra, are penning the script.
The studio has reportedly been attempting to launch a movie based on the boat-bound Disney ride since 2004.
Tom Hanks and Tim Allen were attached to a version of the project in 2011.
In addition to his multiple Disney projects, Dwayne is shooting the action comedy "Central Intelligence," a big screen version of "Baywatch" with Zac Efron, a movie version of the video game "Rampage," along with the upcoming eighth "Fast & Furious" movie and the DC Comic's movie "Shazam."
-- Jesse Spero