Dwayne Johnson has been winning hearts with his stellar performances for years now. The actor who has been a former WWE star manages to woo women even now. As Dwayne is the ruler of many hearts worldwide, the actor is busy promoting and gearing up for his upcoming film Jumanji: The Next Level. With the film premiered in Paris last night, Johnson went retro and rocked his best-ever look. The Jumanji: The Next Level actor flaunts his 1994 ‘The Rock’ look at the event and manages to look equally hot as hell as 2019 Dwayne Johnson.
‘The Rock’ took to his Instagram to share a picture from his Paris Global Press tour. As the actor is all set for the premiere of his film, Johnson shared a picture of him right before the event. In the picture, the actor looks drool-worthy as he strikes a comfortable and manly pose on the airport runway. While Johnson shared the picture, what we could not miss was the actor reviving his 1994 ‘The Rock’ look for this particular event. Also Read: Dwayne Johnson AKA The Rock And Jennifer Lopez Are Gym Buddies And This Picture Is Worth A Million
Dwayne shared the post captioning it, “Au revoir, Paris The love is always appreciated. Til’ we meet again.#JUMANJI #GlobalPressTour #France @jonbrandoncruz.” In the picture, Johnson is seen flaunting a sexy black turtle neck tee, somewhat similar to what he wore back in 1994. As the 1994 ‘The Rock’ look was loved by many, the actor has managed to look desirable in his 2019 Dwayne Johnson look aswell. In the picture, Johnson has swapped his 1994 blue denim for his 2019 grey sleek pants and defines the term ‘hotness personified.’
Meanwhile, Dwayne Johnson’s film Jumanji: The Next Level is slated to hit theatres on December 13, 2019.
Jumanji: The Next Level is directed by Jake Kasdan. The film stars Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Keren Gillan, Nick Jonas and Danny DeVito in lead roles.
Image source: Instagram/ Dwayne Johnson
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