Earlier this month we found out that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was set to star in a remake of John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China.
Now comes word that Johnson will also be starring in Rampage, a movie adaptation of the classic arcade game of the same name. Exact plot details for the movie haven’t been shared yet, but the game sees you wreaking havoc on a city as one of three monsters—a very King Kong-like gorilla, a very Godzilla-like lizard, and a giant werewolf—so you can probably get a decent idea of where they’re going with it just based on that.
For the project Johnson is once again working with New Line Cinema and producer Beau Flynn, who he previously collaborated with on the recent San Andreas. That disaster movie has scored $415.4 million worldwide since its May 29th release. He’s also currently filming another New Line title, the comedy Central Intelligence alongside Kevin Hart.
The screenplay for Rampage is written by Ryan Engle, who previously worked on the scripts for Non-Stop with Liam Neeson. No word yet on who might be sitting in the director’s chair.