- A fan suggested to The Rock on Twitter that he should play President Obama on the big screen earlier this week. He replied, "But I plan on being President too."
The Rock was asked by Fox411.com whether he'd seriously consider getting into politics at Tuesday's CinemaCon Convention in Las Vegas. "I wouldn't rule it out. I think in order for politicians to be successful, you have to be passionate about politics," Johnson said. "I care about our country, but right now I can make impact in other ways." When asked what his campaign slogan will be, Rock laughed and said, "I can't tell you that now, I'd have to wait."
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