It isn’t a secret that Dwayne Johnson wanted to be a CIA agent when he was a teenager. The image of Johnson being an agent for such a big organization might be imaginative, but it isn’t out of the question.
Well, his superstardom in Hollywood and WWE would be a great detriment to Johnson getting the CIA badge now. But forget about him getting in now after so much success in different industries, this Hollywood superstar and 5-time co-star of Johnson straight up laughed at the idea of Johnson becoming a CIA agent in the first place.
He said this while The Rock was sitting just at an arms-length away from the small guy. Best friend mocks Dwayne Johnson on his dream of becoming a CIA agent
In a best friend quiz organized by LADbible TV, Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart were answering questions from each other’s past. When Johnson asked Hart what he studied at the University of Miami, the ‘Jumanji’ actor answered with cars and changing batteries, but The Rock dismissed it quickly and told his friend to guess a subject. When Hart answered with communications, Johnson nodded but said he was close.
Then Johnson revealed that he wanted to be a CIA agent and Hart’s response was hilarious. He said, “Well, thank god that didn’t fu***ng happen. Jesus Christ, we’d all be in trouble.” To which Johnson comically responded with, “What do you mean? What that’s supposed to mean? I would be a great agent for the agency!” After this, he finally revealed that the subject that he picked was criminology.
Not a far-fetched idea indeed. For starters, The Rock has such an impressive body for anyone trying to get into real-life combat.
Case in point, Johnson has made it clear that in every action movie, he is the sole person who does all the stunts. Second, Johnson has a very strict and regimented diet and routine.
This would allow him to adapt to any situation that the CIA would assign him. What do you think of Johnson getting admitted as an agent of the CIA? Tell us if you would like to see a movie with Johnson becoming a CIA agent in the comments below.