Dwayne Johnson doesn't mind if his movies flop.

The wrestler-turned-actor - whose new movie 'Tooth Fairy' opposite Julie Andrews is released on May 28 - claims he doesn't mind if people slate his movie choices because he only ever does what he wants to.

He said: "I don't want to be just that guy, who only does those kinds of movies. I want to strike out and try everything. And it's okay if it doesn't work every time - I'd be incredibly lucky if they did, especially given the range I've been trying - but I'm always so glad that I got the chance to push myself in a different direction, in a different genre.

"I don't expect the person who loved 'The Scorpion King' to run and see 'Tooth Fairy', and I don't expect the little girl who loved 'The Game Plan' to go and buy all my WWF videos. The important thing is, I love them all equally."

The 38-year-old hunk also admits the film is "magical" because of he appearance of 'Mary Poppins' star Julie Andrews.

He told Movies.ie: "Once you even just hear Julie Andrews' voice, you know there's going to be magic involved."