"I need that thing... oh, experience", he said.
I really do think that Dwayne Johnson was the flawless actor to cast for the role and am excited to see the him step into the superhero world. "And, you know, I always feel like a beef requires two people to actually jump in it, and it was really one-sided and he had voiced his opinion a lot on social media".
Colbert and Johnson also discussed the ongoing rumours that the actor might go into politics.More news: What to know about the STD that could become the next superbug
"That started picking up, of course when I'm asked - yes, I have incredible respect for our American people and our country - so I said 'Yes, I would consider it, '" Dwayne continued. And then Colbert switched gears to Johnson's 2011 tweet about Osama Bin Laden's death, which he knew about an hour before the rest of the American public.
"I absolutely do, yes", Johnson responded. But Colbert had a strong suspicion of who it was. That's true. While it seems that Tyrese couldn't stop throwing shade at The Rock during the height of the feud, Dwayne kind of ignored the whole thing.
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The idea of Johnson running for office gained traction after The Washington Post published an article in 2016 titled "Dwayne Johnson says he might want to run for president". "It means answer me oh my love", The Rock explained.
But that was only the second portion of their lengthy interview.More news: McDonald’s salads suspected in US outbreak of parasite illness