This summer, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson survived an earthquake, defeated a tsunami and more or less punched his movie daughter’s heart until it started beating again in San Andreas.

But he’s about to face the biggest disaster challenge: the giant half-human half-animal monsters bent on destroying buildings and eating people in an adaptation of arcade game classic Rampage that’ll star the ass-kicking actor, according to a report from Deadline.

Rampage is a game in which players take on the role of a giant monster after a bad science experiment turns three hapless humans into Godzilla-sized beasts. The goal of Rampage is to, uh, rampage through city streets as these King Kong-esque beasts, ruining as much stuff as possible while fighting tanks and helicopters. The Rock is teaming up with San Andreas producer Beau Flynn to create a live-action movie version of the game, where he will hopefully get a chance to punch a giant gorilla in the face. Ideally he will also make said 30-foot beast cry purely by shaming it with his superior pectoral muscles.

This thing practically writes itself.