Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Reveals Second Trailer For His Video Game Movie "Rampage"

Even though Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is still making money at the Box Office right now, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is one actor that never sleeps.

Later this year, he will be in another blockbuster movie called 'Rampage' which is based on an old arcade video game developed by Midway.

The Rampage video game was simplistic at best as it was in 2D and did not feature a heavy narrative.

As expected, the movie version out this April puts a more human touch to the story and will obviously have much better visuals compared to the game.

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has now revealed on his Facebook page a second full trailer for the film. You can read his announcement down below.

Cool to see everyone gettin' hyped for Rampage The Movie. Here's the NEW look. THREE GIGANTIC BEASTS and one little bald, brown tattooed guy running around trying not to get his ass kicked and get eaten. Enjoy...

It is basically a story where normal animals are injected with some type of serum that enlarges them to sizes similar to King Kong and Godzilla.

Aside from a gorilla, two other animals seem to have been affected as well and they will go on to terrorize the city.

The trailer shows both a little bit of humor and action which are the strengths of Dwayne Johnson.

It appears the climax of the film could be the same type of action that you might see in a Michael Bay directed Transformers movie.

Anyway, Rampage will be released in North America on April 20th, 2018. You can watch the full second trailer in the YouTube video below!

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