Dwayne Johnson is close to rejoining his Journey 2: The Mysterious Island director Brad Peyton on the Carlton Cuse-written disaster film San Andreas.
Dwayne Johnson has revealed he’s no longer attached to star in Brad Peyton’s Lobo, based on the DC Comics character, saying, “For a minute, I was interested in it, but then it went away.”
Lost showrunner Carlton Cuse has signed on to write disaster movie San Andreas 3D for director Brad Peyton and New Line Cinema.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has confirmed rumors of him “possibly playing” Lobo, DC Comics’ ultraviolent intergalactic bounty hunter, in a live-action Warner Bros. movie.
Brad Peyton, who most recently directed Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, is being eyed by the studio to helm the disaster film San Andreas 3D.
Warner Bros. has hired Brad Peyton, who helmed Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, to direct Lobo, a live-action movie based on DC Comics’ ultraviolent intergalactic bounty hunter.
New Line is planning to continue the Jules Verne-inspired Journey series, with director Brad Peyton and screenwriters Brian and Mark Gunn signing on to work on a third installment.