San Andreas, the not-very-good disaster movie that scored an easy $473 million worldwide in 2015, is reportedly getting an equally improbable sequel. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and director Brad Peyton are set to return for the currently-in-development San Andreas 2, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The earthquake-battling sequel, which will also see the return of Paul Giamatti and Carla Gugino, will reportedly focus on the "Ring of Fire" that encircles the Pacific Ocean and is apparently home to "90 percent" of the planet's earthquakes. As those who willingly experienced San Andreas will attest, earthquakes and their ensuing damage are (kind of) the stars of San Andreas and should thus receive plenty of screen time in the sequel.
Of course, The Rock already has a profoundly busy few years ahead. Most notably, he's teaming up with Zac Efron for the forthcoming Baywatch movie that may or may not (probably will!) feature some making out. The Rock has also partnered with HBO, his Ballers home, for a documentary focused on the Miami-Dade County Corrections and Rehabilitation Boot Camp Program. "By the time I was 16, I had been arrested eight or nine times for a variety of things," The Rock said of the project, entitled Rock and a Hard Place, in a press release. "[I] can relate to what these kids are going through."