WME has signed "Fast Five" star Dwayne Johnson in all areas, TheWrap has learned.
He had been repped by CAA.
The former wrestler is a good get: It's been reported that he gets $15 million per movie.
In addition to his work on "Fast Five," he executive produced the 2009 documentary "Racing Dreams" and is executive producing the upcoming "Take My Wife" and an action movie also called "Racing Dreams."
His Universal hit, "Fast Five," is tearing up the box office, taking in some $86 million in its opening weekend.
Johnson played football for the U. of Miami and was a member of its 1991 championship team. He spent two months in the Canadian Football League before joining World Wrestling Entertainment and becoming "The Rock."