Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is one busy man these days.

With the undoubted success of his latest film Fast and the Furious 7, he can proudly write on his resume that he starred in the fastest blockbuster film to ever make $1 billion worldwide. That figure is certainly no chump change.

So how great does he feel about the movie's colossal accomplishments?

"We got lucky," Johnson said exclusively to E! News. "In movies, you don't make ‘em to make a billion dollars...It was my approach that we're just gonna make a good movie and we got lucky."

Even the songs from the Furious 7 soundtrack have been breaking records. Wiz Khalifa's "See You Again," featuring YouTube sensation Charlie Puth have received more Spotify streams in 24 hours than any other track in the nation, according to BBC news.

Dwayne Johnson, The Rock


As far as all of this public interest, he mentioned that there could be an eighth installment to the F&F series.

"Possibly, you know look, everyone's talking about it now," said the 42-year-old. "I think we create a little space, let [Fast 7] continue to roll out, people will hopefully enjoy it; seems like they are, and then we can talk about [8]."

The muscular actor has also officially signed a contract with Disney to be the voice of Maui, a demi-god, in the animated musical Moana set for release in 2016.

"I'm excited, dusting off the old pipes, playing guitar," Johnson dished, referring to his WWE days where he used songs to provoke certain reactions out of his audience. "Very excited about this because it's Disney classic animation. It's the best directors and Disney are the best storytellers in the world."

Who's ready to see The Rock belt out a tune again!?

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