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The Rock’s Seven Bucks Signs Disney First Look Deal to Develop Theatrical & Streaming Films

The Rock has locked down a huge deal for Seven Bucks Productions with Disney.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson returned to Hollywood following WrestleMania XL and secured himself an incredible deal with Disney for Seven Bucks Productions in the process.

According to Matt Donnelly of Variety, The Rock and Dany Garcia have signed a first-look deal with The Walt Disney Company for Seven Bucks to develop films for theatrical and streaming.

Variety notes that the deal is multi-year and does not only apply to filmed content.

The Rock is no stranger to working with Disney, having starred in The Jungle Cruise and Moana over the last decade. Johnson will return as Maui later this year for Moana 2 and the live-action adaptation scheduled to release in 2026.

While The Rock is currently suffering from an elbow injury he endured on the set of ‘The Smashing Machine,’ he’s still reportedly expected to return to WWE to face Cody Rhodes in 2025.

Stay tuned to WrestleZone for more on The Rock’s WWE status as it becomes available.

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