The actor pays special attention to his food.
Dwayne Johnson made an unconventional but successful creative transition from the WWE to the seventh art.
The actor has appeared in high-profile motion pictures like “Jumanji,” “Baywatch,” and “Black Adam,” in which he portrays the DC Comics character and adheres to a more rigorous exercise regimen.
Furthermore, applying the word “stricter” to someone like Johnson would tax their physical limits. His tough man roles in movies earned him the title of “Man of the Century” in Muscle & Fitness magazine in 2001, albeit this has since altered.
He still draws, and at 50 he takes care of his physique like few others, even if doing so necessitates strange routines.
The Californian actor, who said as much in an interview, follows a strict diet, taking in about 6,000 calories divided across six or seven meals daily for “the previous five or ten years.”
When dining out, Dwayne Johnson brings his food with him.
But the film’s director Stephan Merchant has exposed additional routines in Johnson’s life.
“We were having a discussion discussing the movie when his alarm went off at like 03:17 p.m., and he walked to the fridge to fetch turkey and rice with a message of ’03:17 p.m. written,” said Merchant in an interview.
This information demonstrates the actor’s attention to detail, but the director was also taken aback by other factors.
Johnson occasionally eats at restaurants, but Merchant admitted that he brings his food with him so that it can be heated up there: “When he goes to dinner with friends, he needs to take his food to the restaurant and have it heated up because it’s a pretty structured diet that he has.”