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Dwayne Johnson and Mark Wahlberg Team Up for HBO Dramedy Pilot

May 3, 2013 (2:29 am) GMT
The wrestler also known as The Rock will star in and executive produce the half-hour pilot, which reunites him with his 'Pain and Gain' co-star Wahlberg.

After a number of feature films, Dwayne "" Johnson may next lead a show on HBO. The Roadblock of "" is set to star in a half-hour dramedy pilot for the network.

Revolving around the lives of retired athletes living in Miami, the untitled project will reunite Johnson with his "" co-star . The two are teaming up to executive produce the pilot along with Steve Levinson, who writes the script, Peter Berg, who is on board to direct the pilot, and Dany Garcia.

Should the project get a series order, it will mark Johnson's first small-screen series regular role. He guest starred on "That '70s Show" and "" among others TV series, and will soon start his hosting gig on TNT's action reality show "", which will premiere June 6.

On the big screen, he will next be seen in "" as Luke Hobbs. The 41-year-old wrestler, who recently underwent an emergency surgery for three tears in his hernia, is set to reprise his role in "Fast and Furious 7".

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