Dwayne Johnson Live-Action Moana

First Look Deal Signed By Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia’s Seven Bucks Productions with Disney

Seven Bucks Productions is the television and film label that was created by Dwayne Johnson and Dany Johnson. It also is the newest label to sign a first look deal with Disney. This covers development of theatrical and streaming films. Variety reported the news this week, just as Disney was sharing more information about the live-action Moana cast, in which Johnson returns to portray Maui.

The deal not only gives the chance for more projects for Johnson to appear in, it also opens the doors to many other possibilities as well. It isn’t just limited to filmed content. It apparently gives Seven Bucks the chance to collaborate with Disney across all of its divisions. This could potentially mean seeing projects with Dwayne Johnson in Disney theme parks, video games, merchandise, and more.

Disney is no stranger to Seven Bucks Productions. While it hasn’t officially aligned with a studio previously, it has worked with Disney multiple times. This has included The Jungle Cruise movie, starring Johnson and Emily Blunt and also Behind the Attraction on Disney+.

Johnson is also slated to appear not only in the upcoming live-action Moana in 2026, he will again lend his voice to Maui in the animated Moana 2. This film is slated to be released in November. It’s recent release of a trailer broke records with 178 million views in just 24 hours.

Beyond all of these collaborations, Disney’s ESPN division is a broadcast partner for the UFL, the pro football league owned in part by Johnson, Garcia, and Gerry Cardinale’s RedBird Capital Partners.

What do you think of this new first look deal between Seven Bucks Productions and Disney? Do you think more Dwayne Johnson is good for future projects at the house of mouse? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!