"By now we know that there are hundreds of crews waiting to go to work so we can start the day".
Johnson, 48, added: "Not my finest hour, but a man's gotta go to work".
Tue Daya has to work when there is a power outage, but the electric gate does not open??
When he tried to override the hydraulic system to open the gates that had previously worked, he said, 'This time it can't'. The former WWE Champion noted that he didn't have 45 minutes to wait for a gate technician to show up, so he "pushed, pulled and ripped the gate completely off" by himself. Pulling, pushing and finally ripping the gate from the hinges and off the wall, the actor defined the experience as "not the finest hour". Tore it out of the brick wall, severed the steel hydraulics and threw it on the grass. So he basically brought out his inner Black Adam. 'One of his followers mocked him in the comment section, while the others begged him to share security footage.
The Jumanji: The Next Level star added: "My security team was able to meet the gate technician and welders about an hour later - and they were apparently, "in disbelief and equally scared" as to how I ripped it off". His brother-in-law and producing partner Hiram Garcia confirmed to Variety that the Netflix thriller resumed its production in mid-September.
Johnson's wife Lauren Hashian, 36, and their two daughters, Jasmine, four, and Tiana, two, were also infected with COVID-19.
They all got it: the movie star got the virus from his wife Lauren Hashian, 36, and their two daughters Jasmine, four, and Diana.
The Fast & Furious franchise star announced the news that his family had contracted the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, September 2, in a almost 12-minute Instagram video.
Amusing and impressive story from The Rock and also a good sign that he's recovered from testing positive for COVID-19.
Point Father: 'He absolutely loves his women. I wish it was only me that tested positive.
Dwayne said that contracting the virus was "a real kick in the gut". "We should be done, fingers crossed, probably somewhere around the end of November". Thank God, we're healthy'.
'Some of my best friends have lost their parents to this incredibly relentless and unforgiving virus. We are counting our blessings, but we are good'.