'The Rock' Reveals 'Rampage' Plot on Instagram

Dwayne Johnson made it clear that he's out to set the standard in the monster movie genre.

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Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram on Sunday to share some gym motivation and, more importantly, the plot for Rampage, his next movie endeavor.

Johnson has been hitting the gym hard in preparation for the film, which is based on the eponymous 1980s video game. He's spoken about the movie before, but, until now, there hasn't been much talk of the specifics of the film's plot.

In Sunday's post, Johnson shared a photo of himself doing dips (with chains, of course) along with a brief summary of the action. He stars as the head of an anti-poaching unit in Rwanda, and his best friend is an albino gorilla named George. When George, an alligator (Lizzie), and a wolf (Ralph) are injected with a serum, they become monsters with increased size, strength, and aggression. As they go on a—you guessed it, rampage—Johnson is on a mission to hunt down the "bad people" who injected the animals with the serum.

Goin' primal. Good to finally have boots on the ground here in Georgia for production of #RAMPAGE. I head up an anti poaching unit out of Rwanda. My best friend is a rare albino gorilla named, George. Very bad people infect George, an alligator and a wolf with a serum. All three animals grow at an unprecedented rate. Their size, speed, agility and violent aggression is off the charts. They go on a deadly rampage and want to destroy the world. George not happy. Me not happy. When animals like you, they lick you. When they don't like you, they kill you. I will hunt down the bad people who did this to my best friend. And when I find them, I will not lick them. We have the best VFX monster making team (WETA) on the planet. Our actors and crew have been working very hard to raise the monster genre bar. As always, let's have some fun. Let's shoot. #PrimalDNA #George #Lizzy #Ralph #RAMPAGE

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The film's special effects will be taken care of by Weta Digital, a renowned visual effects company which Johnson refers to as the "best digital effects team on the planet." On top of that, the film's cast includes former

M&F cover star Joe Manganiello, and The Walking Dead's Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Malin Ackerman and Naomie Harris.

He also gave some details on the visual effects surrounding George specifically. He also gave a nod to Jason Liles, the motion capture actor playing the gorilla. Johnson also compared the effects to the upcoming War for the Planets of the Apes and Avatar 2 movies.

Day 1. Kicking off production. #RAMPAGE. In our story we have three animals (gorilla, crocodile and a wolf) who fall victim to evil genetic editing, rapidly changing every strand of their DNA so they grow, evolve and mutate. Everything becomes amplified.. their size, strength, speed, agility.. and violent aggression. One of the animals infected - a rare Albino gorilla named, George, is my best friend. George, is played by 6'9 @tallie7487, (Jason Liles, pictured here). Jason has been studying gorillas for months now preparing for this motion capture role. Gorilla movements, body language, and all emotions - joy, pain, sadness, love, aggression etc. It's insane when you get around this man and how he's able to brilliantly embody a gorilla. This is the most fascinating advanced VFX/motion cap process I've ever worked with in my career. Incredible learning curve for me. We have the best mo-cap team in the world (WETA Digital) working on our gigantic RAMPAGE MONSTERS and you'll get a taste of this new technology in the upcoming WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES as well as James Cameron's AVATARS. With all the cool advanced technology in our movie, the #1 thing you're gonna experience when you watch it, is FUN. Because when my best friend, George no happy, then me no happy. And when me no happy.. bad people become our lunch. #Day1 #KickingOffProduction #RAMPAGE

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Outside of the crazy creatures in the movie, we do know at some point he does get cuffed and his ass beaten, according to this post.

The buzz around The Fate of the Furious, which broke the $1 billion mark at the box office, hasn't even died down yet, but Johnson is clearly looking ahead. It's safe to say that the phrase "rest day" is not part of his vocabulary.

Rampage's release is set for spring 2018.