Dwayne Johnson's 'Rampage' Trailer Brings on the Beasts

Dwayne Johnson's 'Rampage' Trailer Brings on the Beasts

Directed by San Andreas helmer Brad Peyton, Rampage is based upon the video game of the same name and stars Johnson in the lead role as primatologist Davis Okoye, a man who distances himself from people but shares a deep and moving bond with the aforementioned Silverback gorilla.

Dwayne Johnson has tweeted out the first teaser poster for "Rampage" preceeding the trailer reveal tomorrow.

The film seems to be set as an origin story of sorts for the monster, exploring how George, Lizzie, and Ralph came to be giant, rampaging monsters.

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The original Rampage video game gave players control of three giant beasts: a gorilla named George, a lizard-like creature named Lizzie and a wolf-like creature named Ralph. After all, Johnson really is that engaging of a screen presence. If they like you, they lick you. When they don't like you, they eat you. If you love monster movies, you will probably want to go to the cinema next year to see all of the destruction. "It's 12- to 14-hour days of survival, and it's not quiet survival either". "I was just thinking the only thing that's missing right now is a giant crocodile", Johnson's character says.

The cast for this one includes Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Joe Manganiello and many more. "As a character, I loved that position where I'm looking up and there's nothing you can do but try to survive these three enormous mutated monsters".

"That was really eye-opening for me in terms of how dangerously close we are to having these lovely animals extinct", says Johnson, who adopted a baby silverback at the zoo.

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