Game Of Thrones Star Lena Headey Joins Dwayne Johnson In An Upcoming Action Comedy

The movie is based on a true story on the life of professional wrestler Paige.

Dwayne Johnson, The Rock, Lena Headey, Game of Thrones, WWE, Nick Frost, Paige, Jack Lowden, Florence Pugh

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is not only the highest-grossing actor in Hollywood, but at the same time he is also the most hard working person. With movies like 'The Fate of the Furious', 'Baywatch' and 'Jumanji' coming down the road, the A-list megastar shows no signs of slowing down.

In spite of his massive success as a movie star, 'The Rock' certainly remembers his roots as one the most famous and charismatic wrestler in the history of World Wrestling Entertainment. And guess what, he is going back to those roots with an upcoming project based on a true story.

Johnson on Twitter announced that 'Game of Thrones' star Lena Headey along with 'Shaun of the Dead' star Nick Frost will be joining him for Stephen Merchant’s wrestling comedy titled 'Fighting With My Family'. They will star alongside Florence Pugh and Jack Lowden.

The movie tells the story that was first depicted in a documentary, 'The Wrestlers: Fighting With My Family' which is based on the life of WWE superstar Paige and her famous family of professional wrestlers in the UK.

Although it was declared that Florence Pugh will portray the character of Paige and Jack Lowden will play her brother, the role of Headey, Frost and Johnson is yet to be confirmed.

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