Chris Pine Reportedly Closes "Wonder Woman" Deal
Johnson exemplified this when he revealed these back-to-back images on Twitter just a few days after filming wrapped on Hercules: The Thracian War. As you can see, the image on the left is from that film, while the one on the right sees the actor returning to his Luke Hobbs role in Fast & Furious 7.
The images came along with the following message: “Intense 6 months of HERCULES to now Hobbs (Fast & Furious). Shooting starts now. #50ShadesOfAttitude”
On the same day, Deadline reported that TNT wants to stay in the Johnson business by launching a new reality show hosted by the action superstar. Called Wake Up Call, the show will find Johnson and his crew rousting people out of bed at 4 a.m. to help them deal with the challenges they face in their daily lives. The network wants to repeat the success and positivity of Johnson’s summer series The Hero. Eight one-hour episodes have been ordered at this point with an eye toward a 2014 release.