Dwayne Johnson and Auli'i Cravalho pose at the world premiere of "Moana" in Hollywood, California, Nov 14, 2016.
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After parlaying a professional wrestling career as "The Rock" into leading roles in Hollywood, Dwayne Johnson is entertaining the idea of jumping into the political ring, including perhaps even a run for the White House someday. Johnson, 44, who stars in the upcoming Disney animated film "Moana" as the voice of demigod Maui, told Reuters that the excitement surrounding last week's presidential election had renewed public interest in him running for office.It is not the first time Johnson's name has been mentioned in political circles.Earlier this year, Johnson took to Instagram to thank a Washington Post journalist who said he had a "weirdly plausible path to a political career" as a mixed-race registered Republican from Florida, a swing state in the presidential election.
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