Dwayne Johnson and his film and TV content company founded with Dany Garcia, Seven Bucks, has recently signed a first-look deal with Diseny, Variety exclusively reported.

The deal will have Seven Bucks Productions develop films for theatrical and streaming releases for The Walt Disney Company.

The multi-year agreement will provide Johnson projects to star in. While the deal's details weren't immediately available, the agreement isn't only limited to filmed content and will allow the production company to collaborate with all of Disney's divisions. A seamless collaboration could very well happen with Disney's ESPN, since it's already the broadcast partner for the UFL, the professional football league partly owned by Johnson and Garcia, along with Gerry Cardinale's RedBird Capital Partners.

The Rock AKA Dwayne Johnson goes to Disney

This means it will include the parks business, direct-to-consumer sports service, family cruises and host of other deals. Since Johnson also has a liquor brand and starred in the entertainment giant's 2021 Jungle Cruise movie, it is possible to see his face and the Teremana Tequila greeting patrons as they go on the ride. With the actor's focus on fitness, it's possible that a The Rock-branded exercise class could become available for the parents to partake in as their kids go on a rampage on Disney's other attractions. The possibilities are only limited by what Disney offers.

For the most part of Seven Bucks' 12-year existence, it hasn't exclusively with just one studio but has had a good relationship with Disney. Case in point, a sequel to the Jungle Cruise movie with Johnson and co-star Emily Blunt reprising their roles. It also produced two seasons of Behind the Attraction for Disney+.

In November, Johnson will be see reprising his role as the demigod Maui in Moana 2, the sequel to the Academy Award-nominated 2016 animation. When the trailer was released, it broke previous records for all Disney animation trailers, earning 178 million views within 24 hours. A Moana live-action version will be released in the summer of 2026.

The Rock recently returned to the WWE, having participated in Smackdown!, RAW and Wrestlemania XL. He'll next be seen in the action comedy feature Red One co-starring Chris Evans. The actor is also working on the Benny Safdie-directed biopic The Smashing Machine, where he recently suffered an injury and reuniting him with Jungle Cruise co-star Blunt. Currently in production for The Rock is the sequel to the hit Netflix movie Red Notice, with Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot returning to reprise their roles.

Another project currently in production is the action comedy fantasy movie Big Trouble in Little China, which may be a reboot/remake/reimagining of the John Carpenter-directed 1986 classic starring Kurt Russell.