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Frank Wolff, real name Francisco, is the main protagonist from the 2021 fantasy adventure movie Jungle Cruise, based on the Disney theme park attraction of the same name.
He is played by former WWE wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who also played Joe Kingman in The Game Plan, Dr. Smolder Bravestone in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and its 2019 sequel Jumanji: The Next Level, Jack Bruno in Race to Witch Mountain, Mathayus the Scorpion King in The Scorpion King, Luke Hobbs in The Fast and the Furious film series, Hercules in the 2014 film Hercules, Ray Gaines in San Andreas, Bob Stone in Central Intelligence, Davis Okoye in Rampage, Will Sawyer in Skyscraper, Captain Chuck T. Baker in Planet 51 and Maui in Moana.
Frank Wolff is known as fearless, respectful, arrogant (formerly), nurturing, kind, wise, observant, loving, free-spirited, fussy (formerly), selfish (formerly), knowledgeable, industrious, protective, polite and understanding.
Frank Wolff is a physically fit man with Safari clothing.
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- In the first act, Frank is the only character pronouncing 'Lágrimas de Cristal' correctly, stressing the first syllable instead of the second one.