Source: Philippine Daily InquirerDuring a recent interview with The Philippine Daily Inquirer, Dwayne Johnson discussed the need for police protection whenever he is on location for a film shoot.
"I go through cycles - it comes about every eight to ten months where I have a stalker fan that starts to require the local police to get involved, and it's interesting because they're generally women who eventually just want some attention." He then added, "It's the pecs," with a laugh.
"But in Hawaii (where Journey 2 was filmed), the fans are just wonderful. I grew up there, and personally it was such a pleasure to bring our movie there, what it did for the locals and the local businesses in Hawaii was just my way of giving back."
You can read the entire interview at this link.
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