Chatting with HipHollywood.com, Dwayne Johnson labeled the career milestone as “awesome.”
“It’s an epic day, my family is here, it’s just very cool,” he told the site.
Johnson’s immortalization at the Chinese Theatre comes as his new disaster movie, “San Andreas,” arrives on the big screen May 29.
As it stands now, the 43-year-old WWE Superstar is having a great summer. “San Andreas” follows the massive success of his last film “Furious 7.” Up next for Johnson is his first scripted series “Ballers,” which premieres June 21 on HBO.
The entertainer, who just started filming “Central Intelligence,” an upcoming buddy comedy with Kevin Hart, has signed on to star in another comedy, the sci-fi movie “Alpha Squad Seven.”
To see Johnson’s HipHollywood interview, check out the video below: