Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Forcefully Encourages People to Register to Vote From 'Jumanji' Set

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If you don't register to vote, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will hunt you down.

The action star took a short break from shooting Jumanji in Hawaii to help get the word out about the importance of registering to vote with a short public service announcement on YouTube.

"Did you know, on average, it takes approximately a minute and 34 seconds to register to vote? 94 seconds to register to vote! 94 seconds, guys! Can you believe that s**t?" Johnson marveled in the fun PSA.

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To help get his point across, the 44-year-old star was joined (via video mosaic montage) by his Seven Bucks Productions team, who wrote and performed a fun little song detailing all the things a person could do in 94 seconds (including: "tie your shoes," "sing the blues, " and "go out and b**ch-slap a candy-a** jabroni if you choose").

The song ends with the very unambiguous promise that, if you don't register, The Rock will "come find you."

"And you know I will," Johnson sings, concluding the song with an intimidating smile.

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For those who haven't yet, you can avoid The Rock's wrath by registering to vote here.

Recently, Johnson welcomed his Jumanji co-star, Nick Jonas, to the jungle set of the highly anticipated sequel, and the two looked super rugged in their adventurer outfits. Check out the epic on-set pic in the video below.

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