‘Oh my god’: The Rock’s on set horror
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is the biggest movie star on the planet, but he was left speechless when a fellow wrestler did the unthinkable on set.
Current WWE star Joe Anoai, better known as Roman Reigns, makes a cameo in the latest Fast and Furious franchise film, Hobbs & Shaw.
Reigns' character is the brother to Johnson's leading role of lawman Hobbs in the movie set to hite Australian shores this week.
But before the film premieres, Johnson shared a hilarious behind the scenes video and tale of the duo in action.
A climatic fight scene shows the two behemoths wielding clubs, but Reigns' acting prowess hasn't yet reached the level of Johnson as he forgot one simple thing.
"We're rehearsing this scene where we're supposed to take our clubs over our head … I pretend to throw my club and I hear, 'oh my god', I turn around and the f***ing camera man is knocked out. Come find out, Joe (nailed) the camera man," Johnson says in the video.
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Hey, my cuz @romanreigns has great aim 🎯🤷🏽♂️😂 Our A-camera operator Lukasz Bielan🎥 is one of the best in Hollywood - and now we know he can take a wooden club to the skull and keep on rockin! We love ya brother Lukasz - you’re our champion and tougher than a $2 dollar steak. This will always be one of the funniest f*cking things I’ve ever seen 😂🤦🏽♂️ Despite the KO, Roman wrecks fools and completely DOMINATES in our movie. Very proud of him acting in his very first film. HOBBS & SHAW In theaters THIS FRIDAY 🌎
Johnson captioned the video as "one of the funniest f***ing things I've ever seen" and it's hard to argue.
Reigns clearly felt horrible about the insane mishap and apologised profusely to the cameraman who copped the full force of the wooden club and can be heard in the background telling him to take a freebie punch at his face.
Thankfully the cameraman was able to get back behind the camera and capture the rest of the fight scene without needing to deliver the punch.
Reigns made an emotional return to the WWE in late February after revealing his leukaemia battle in October.
The 33-year-old left the wrestling world stunned when he confirmed he would be taking a break from the company to fight a new battle with leukaemia.
He revealed at the time he has battled leukaemia for 11 years, since he was first diagnosed as a 22-year-old.
But he proudly announced he was in remission and now is back in the ring and is making a splash during his big screen debut.
Hopefully his next scene he listens to the directors instructions and doesn't take out any more cameramen.