The Rock's Seven Bucks Productions Signs Disney First Look Deal To Develop Theatrical And Streaming Films

A new deal for The Rock and Seven Bucks Productions.

Variety reports Dwayne Johnson (The Rock), Dany Garcia, and Seven Bucks Productions has signed a multi-year first-look deal with The Walt Disney Company to develop films for theatrical and streaming.

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The deal allows Seven Bucks a chance to collaborate across all Disney divisions.

Furthermore, the deal is not strictly limited to filmed content.

Johnson and Seven Bucks have had a long relationship with Disney with Johnson starring in "Moana" and "Jungle Cruise" under the Disney banner.

Rock will also star in “Moana 2" and a live action version of "Moana."

ESPN is also a broadcast partner for the UFL, the football league owned in part by Johnson, Garcia, and Gerry Cardinale’s RedBird Capital Partners.

Rock is currently filming "The Smashing Machine," a biopic on MMA fighter Mark Kerr. He recently revealed that he suffered an elbow injury during filming.

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