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The actor brings heft and a sense of community to everything he does — be it promoting his new film Red Notice or advertising his tequila brand, Teremana

There are few things that are worth a 4 am wake-up call. Speaking to one of the biggest movie stars in the world (even if it is on Zoom) is one of them. When Dwayne Johnson appears on my screen, he’s three hours late. It’s been a mad rush, with the LA premiere of his new film Red Notice followed by a day packed with interviews (organised by Netflix to promote said film) — mine being the last for the day. But his trademark smile is at the ready.

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