He closed out his year with the box office smash Jumanji: The Next Level.
But Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson proved he still can make time for the most important people in his life as he was spotted out to dinner in Beverly Hills with his singer wife Lauren Hashian and mom Ata Johnson on Thursday evening.
The 47-year-old wrestler-turned-actor kept it casual in a red V-neck cashmere sweater and straight-leg jeans with sneakers to match his top.
On-the-go: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson proved he still can make time for the most important people in his life as he was spotted out to dinner in Beverly Hills with his singer wife Lauren Hashian and mom Ata Johnson on Thursday evening
He grinned from ear-to-ear and carried a burgundy bomber jacket over his arm as he followed close behind Ata, who also smiled widely.
Ata donned a zebra-printed vest over a black top and matching pants that she accessorized with ankle boots.
The sighting comes a few days after Johnson, who was the highest paid actor in the world from 2018 to 2019, opened up to SPORTbible on what it's taken to reach his level of success.
Out: The 47-year-old wrestler-turned-actor kept it casual in a red V-neck cashmere sweater and straight-leg jeans with sneakers to match his top
Say cheese! He grinned from ear-to-ear as he drove away with his loved ones
'So, what it takes to become ... we'll just say a bankable actor - you guys could say "biggest movie star in the world" - it takes, again, hard work, perseverance,' he explained.
'And again it takes context and perspective, especially when you get into this world of Hollywood and the business of Hollywood. Because it is so demanding and it's incredibly difficult.'
Johnson also revealed more about his pivot from footballer to wrestler after being rejected from the NFL in the 1990s.
The 6ft 5in behemoth played for the University of Miami, with whom he won a national championship in 1991.
After leaving the 1995 NFL Draft without success, Johnson lapsed into a 'depression' that took 'time and self-empathy' to recover from.
'As much as I felt like I was ah, doing everything I could to make sure that happened it just didn't happen and that wasn't the life or the path for me.'
As an actor, Johnson feels an innate 'responsibility' to ensure his audiences 'really enjoy and love' his work.
'Yes, being in the ring is incredibly difficult, but the scope of the audience and the world that you now entertain and are responsible for in movies is global.
'This is why it requires a consistent and very constant daily hard work. And also, very very important is trust your gut and trust your instincts on what the audience will really enjoy and love. That’s the most important thing.'
Johnson married Hashian in August of last year, and was previously wed to Dany Garcia from 1997-2008.
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