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The Rock: ‘I Can’t Wait To Get To Croatia’

Speaking in an interview with MTV this week, famous American actor Dwayne Johnson, known as “The Rock”, says that he can’t wait to get to Croatia to start filming for his latest movie.

The part Samoan former wrestler will star in Brett Ratner’s new film ‘Hercules”, which will begin shooting in Croatia shortly.
“When I first arrived in Hollywood 15 years ago, I wanted to shoot a film like Hercules. I can not wait to start filming in Croatia, we are also shooting in Budapest. I have been preparing for this role for the last year,” said Johnson on MTV.

The film is set to be shot on Velebit mountain and at cape Kamenjak in Istria. Paramount Pictures and MGM are producing the 100 million dollar Ratner film.

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