You might not think Dwayne Johnson announcing the release date for his next movie would result in him smacking down (verbally, that is) a member of a no-longer-boy band, but here we are nonetheless.

The whole thing started when The Rock - who literally charges $1 million a tweet from major movie studios to promote the actual movies he's in - put up the release date for the as-yet-untitled sequel to 'Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle', which was itself a sequel to the original 'Jumanji' with Robin Williams. All pretty standard enough so far, right?

'Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle' was a commercial hit, after all, even if it didn't exactly resonate with critics - but what do they know? As it turns out, one of those critics of The Rock's sequel just so happened to be one Charlie Simpson of pop-punk-boy-band-but-don't-call-them-that-because-they-have-guitars Busted.

Here's Charlie's tweet.

So, of course, The Rock isn't going to let some candy-ass talk about his movie like that so he goes in for the Rock Bottom and then drops the People's Elbow on him while he's at it - but instead of all those things, he just makes a vague threat against him.

The other part of this, of course, is that this is just a clever ploy by The Rock to get people like us to write about it? In wrestling, they call that a 'work'. Look it up.

The 'Jumanji' sequel arrives on December 13th, 2019.