London: Dwayne Johnson says he has no problem channelling the sense of family and drama in his upcoming blockbuster movie 'San Andreas' because he has lived through similar life-or-death moments.
'San Andreas'. Pic/Santa Banta
The WWE wrestler-turned-actor, 43, said the movie has brought back the bad memories relating to his encounter with the natural disaster, reported Contactmusic.
"I've been through natural disasters. I was down in Miami and I lived down there for Hurricane Andrew in 1992, which was a category five (hurricane)," he said.
"It was a tough, tough time. So I think the idea of coming together like we were showcasing in our story resonates with people and I think if there is any connection for me, it would be that."
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