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Dwayne Johnson calls on Amy Schumer to take over his social media posts

Published 04/11/2016

Dwayne Johnson
Dwayne Johnson

The action man fears he'll die as he makes his way to the set of his new jungle adventure.

Dwayne Johnson wants Amy Schumer to take over his social media accounts if he gets eaten alive on the set of Jumanji.

The crew of the movie remake have built a set in Hawaii's Kualoa mountains and it's so remote the Hollywood action man has to ride a dirt bike to work.

Johnson posted the first shots of the set on Instagram late on Thursday (03Nov16), revealing he's worried about predators killing him as he makes his way to and from the set.

He added the caption: "Midnight Rider. The scene is set. Cameras, hard working crew are all behind me and ready to roll - just waiting for director, Jake Kasdan to yell 'Action!'

"Nothing in front of me but our incredible #Jumanji set built into the beautiful Kualoa mountains... I have to drive my dirt bike up this unforgiving terrain and not get eaten by all the massive and bloodthirsty animals in this dangerous Jumanji jungle.

"There's a very high probability this whole thing goes to s**t. If I get eaten, make sure @amyschumer takes over my Instagram account. I know she won't f**k it up."

Johnson also paid tribute to the crew of the movie for creating the Jumanji jungle world, adding, "Shootin' all night long & our crew settin' up the big shot. It never ceases to amaze me all the intricate moving parts to moviemaking. Always grateful for these hard workin' boys and girls."

Johnson will be joined by Kevin Hart, Jack Black, and Karen Gillan in the film, a continuation of the Robin Williams movie from 1995. The film is scheduled to hit cinemas next summer (17).

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