Dwayne Johnson and his production company are on board with the Netflix movie, "John Henry and The Statesmen."
Johnson will be playing the title role as the steel-driver folk hero.
Jake Kasdan, who directed Johnson in Sony's hit "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle," will be at the helm.
The Rock has found his way to Netflix.
On Tuesday, the streaming giant announced that it will be making a movie with Dwayne Johnson titled "John Henry and The Statesmen," adding to the dozen projects he already has on his calendar.
The movie is being touted as a "family action adventure," and will star Johnson as John Henry, the steel-driver folk hero, who will lead an ensemble of popular legends from around the world.
The movie will be directed by Johnson's "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" director Jake Kasdan.