PHOTOS: The Rock, Jason Statham Wow Fans in Beijing and Guangzhou

By Matthew Bossons, August 8, 2019

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Film icons Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Jason Statham were in China this week to promote the newest film in the Fast & Furious franchise, Hobbs and Shaw. The duo made appearances in Beijing and Guangzhou, and let’s just say that fans in both cities were excited to see them.

Statham with fans in Beijing. Image via @jasonstatham/Instagram

Statham with fans in Guangzhou. Image via @jasonstatham/Instagram

Statham and The Rock meet the mighty Canton Tower. Image via @jasonstatham/Instagram

The Rock taking photos with fans in Guangzhou. Image via YPZ

The Rock taking photos with fans in Guangzhou. Image via YPZ

The Rock in Guangzhou. Image via YPZ

Statham looking kinda confused in Guangzhou, possibly due to the unrelenting heat. Image via YPZ

Of course, in addition to meeting with media and fans, The Rock found some downtime to pump iron and sip tequila – two of his favorite pastimes, if his Instagram is any indication. 

Image via @therock/Instagram

Image via @therock/Instagram

In Beijing, Johnson and Statham met with fans and journalists at Bright Film-Television Culture Park on August 5. According to a source at the scene, the Guangzhou promo event was held yesterday at the Four Seasons Guangzhou.

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw is set to hit silver screens in China on August 23.

READ MORE: The Rock Visits Hong Kong to Promote 'Skyscraper'

[Cover image via @jasonstatham/Instagram] 

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