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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson have also teased the fury of Agent Hobbs in the action thriller sequel Fast 8Emma McIntyre /Getty

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson never ceases to wow his fans with his macho look, perfect comic timing and daredevil actions. The former WWE star-turned Hollywood actor has been busy filming Fast and Furious 8, and in his latest Instagram post he teased great action sequences from the sequel.

In one photo, the 44-year-old actor's character, Agent Hobb sports an aggressive expression while walking down a road, while in the background a car lies flipped over following a collision. "The Iceman cometh. And he doesn't f**keth around," he captioned the picture.

Meanwhile, the director of the movie, F Gary Grey, shared a video from the film's prison set with the Rock claiming to have filmed the best prison scene of Hollywood. "We are in the 'Jail scene' on a set of Fast and Furious 8. Now here is the thing, in the history of cinema, there have been many jail scenes; this is the prison scene of all prison scenes being directed by the man himself. He is kicking f**kin' ass" Johnson says in the video.

The Central Intelligence actor is at a remarkable point of his career, and apart from Fast 8, he is working on numerous other projects including Baywatch (scheduled to premiere in 2017), Disney's Moana and his ongoing HBO TV show Ballers.

The San Andreas star is also trying his hand at producing, and in his latest post he announced that USA Network has bought the rights to Muscle Beach, an original drama series set in the 1980s.

"Our @sevenbucksprod along with our producing partner Beau Flynn's @flynnpictureco sell a script titled "MUSCLE BEACH" to USA Network! Written by Jeremiah Friedman and Nick Palmer. An original hour long drama series who's found the perfect home at USA - a network who's been on fire with their brilliant dramatic television," the actor captioned a photo.

"'Muscle Beach' is set in a legendary bodybuilding gym in 1980's Venice Beach where a colorful tribe of lost souls struggle to reinvent themselves by bench-pressing their way to a bigger, better American dream, no matter what the cost. As the series explores the body obsessed fitness movement that took the nation by storm during the supersized Reagan 80's, the excess of the era and the many temptations of Los Angeles will expose the dark side of chasing dreams," he wrote on the photo-sharing social networking site.