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The Rock: Breaks free from police in new action movie Skyscraper

The great escape! Dwayne Johnson breaks free from police in a heart-pounding scene as he shoots new action movie Skyscraper



He's certainly no stranger to playing the tough guy in movie roles. 
And Dwayne Johnson was seen wrenching himself away from cops who tried to detain him as he shot scenes for his upcoming movie Skyscraper in Vancouver, Canada, on Thursday.
The actor, 45, initially appeared to submit to the police, letting one of them pull his arm behind his back - but in a flash he broke free and made a run for it.
Drama: Dwayne Johnson was seen wrenching himself away from cops who tried to detain him as he shot scenes for his upcoming movie Skyscraper in Vancouver, Canada, on Thursday 
Drama: Dwayne Johnson was seen wrenching himself away from cops who tried to detain him as he shot scenes for his upcoming movie Skyscraper in Vancouver, Canada, on Thursday 
Dwayne's chiseled physique was visible through a powder blue shirt spattered with fake blood, with a red-stained tear at the right sleeve.
The former wrestler had his cuffs folded up to reveal his toned forearms, as well as the fact that his left one is bandaged up.
The movie star was photographed standing with his hands up in surrender as two cops advanced on him, one of them training a gun on him.
Latest role: The actor, 45, initially appeared to submit to the police, letting one of them pull his arm behind his back - but in a flash he broke free and made a run for it 
Latest role: The actor, 45, initially appeared to submit to the police, letting one of them pull his arm behind his back - but in a flash he broke free and made a run for it 
Surrender: The movie star was standing with his hands up  as two cops advance on him, one of them training a gun on him
Surrender: The movie star was standing with his hands up as two cops advance on him, one of them training a gun on him
Feint: Dwayne turned around and the officer without the gun appeared to be starting to arrest him, yet with a bit of quick thinking, the leading man made an escape
Feint: Dwayne turned around and the officer without the gun appeared to be starting to arrest him, yet with a bit of quick thinking, the leading man made an escape
Dwayne turned around and the officer without the gun appeared to be starting to arrest him, yet with a bit of quick thinking, the leading man made an escape.
He pushed the arresting officer into the gun-toting one, and then he dashed off, pushing aside a pair of startled-looking men in his way.
Dwayne was seen filming Skyscraper in Vancouver last Friday, his face covered in grime during a scene where he stood near a helicopter.
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Breaking free: He pushed the arresting officer into the gun-toting one
Breaking free: He pushed the arresting officer into the gun-toting one
Away he goes: Then he dashed off, pushing aside a pair of startled-looking men in his way
Away he goes: Then he dashed off, pushing aside a pair of startled-looking men in his way
A little girl named Georgia - played by McKenna Roberts - was seen standing beside Dwayne, with both of them are bundled up in thick anoraks.
At one point in the scene, he helped her off the helicopter onto a stone tiled floor.
In the film, the aircraft belonged to police, judging by text across the side of its tail.
Silver fox: Dwayne's chiseled physique was evident through a powder blue shirt spattered with fake blood, with a red-stained tear at the right sleeve
Silver fox: Dwayne's chiseled physique was evident through a powder blue shirt spattered with fake blood, with a red-stained tear at the right sleeve
Injured: The former wrestler had his cuffs folded up to reveal his toned forearms - as well as the fact that his left one was bandaged up
Injured: The former wrestler had his cuffs folded up to reveal his toned forearms - as well as the fact that his left one was bandaged up
Incoming: Written and helmed by Rawson Marshall Thurber - director of We're The Millers - Skyscraper comes out July 13 next year in both Britain and America
Incoming: Written and helmed by Rawson Marshall Thurber - director of We're The Millers - Skyscraper comes out July 13 next year in both Britain and America
Just outside the helicopter, Dwayne was seen surrounded by a group of men, including two wearing what appeared to be the uniforms of Hong Kong paramedics.
Written and helmed by Rawson Marshall Thurber - director of We're The Millers - Skyscraper comes out July 13 next year in both Britain and America.
Its cast includes Neve Campbell, Pablo Schreiber, Chin Han, Paul McGillion, Elfina Luk, Byron Mann, Hannah Quinlivan, Kayden Magnuson and Roland Møller.
Tense: Dwayne was seen filming Skyscraper in Vancouver last Friday, his face covered in grime during a scene where he stood near a helicopter 
Tense: Dwayne was seen filming Skyscraper in Vancouver last Friday, his face covered in grime during a scene where he stood near a helicopter 
Keeping warm: A little girl named Georgia - played by McKenna Roberts - was seen standing beside Dwayne, both of them bundled up in thick anoraks
Keeping warm: A little girl named Georgia - played by McKenna Roberts - was seen standing beside Dwayne, both of them bundled up in thick anoraks
Rawson, who previously directed Dwayne in Central Intelligence, dished to the Indian broadsheet Daily News And Analysis over the summer about the film.
Of moving from his prior work in comedy to an action movie like Skyscraper, he conceded: 'I don't know if it's organic. I think it's pretty uncommon to do it.
'I just always loved action movies since I was a little kid. In fact, the movie I am prepping for right now (Skyscraper) is a straight up action movie.'
Clues: Just outside the helicopter, Dwayne was cseen surrounded by a group of men, including two wearing what appear to be the uniforms of Hong Kong paramedics
Clues: Just outside the helicopter, Dwayne was cseen surrounded by a group of men, including two wearing what appear to be the uniforms of Hong Kong paramedics
He said: 'I always wanted to make action movies. I really love Central Intelligence so I would never call it a stepping stone, but it's definitely a bridge to straight up action.'
'Dwayne is the best. He is not only the hardest working guy you'll ever meet, (I know people say that a lot, but he actually is!) but he is also incredibly gracious and kind.'
The director explained that Dwayne, often nicknamed The Rock, 'takes the work seriously but doesn't take himself seriously, which I really appreciate. 
'Boy, when I made Central Intelligence with Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson, it was the best experience I ever had, so I am very excited to do it again on Skyscraper.'
Wide view: In the film, the aircraft belongs to police, judging by text across the side of its tail
Wide view: In the film, the aircraft belongs to police, judging by text across the side of its tail

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