Dwayne Johnson, a.k.a. the Rock, invites 10-year-old to the Vancouver set of Skyscraper

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      One of Hollywood's biggest stars has promised a flight to Vancouver for a 10-year-old boy who used CPR to save his two-year-old brother from drowning.

      Dwayne Johnson went on Instagram to tell Jacob O'Connor that his family will be contacted so they can visit him on the set of Skyscraper.

      This came after O'Connor said that he learned CPR from watching Johnson do this in the movie San Andreas.

      "I've got to shake the hand of a real-life hero," Johnson said of the Detroit-area boy.

      The Rock closed his Instagram commentary by saying there's plenty of candy on the set. "And it's all free!"

      Earlier this year, Johnson told GQ magazine there's a "real possibility" that he might one day run for president of the United States.

      He also revealed that he did not vote for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in 2016.

      And if Johnson were president, he said he would not shut out opposing views.

      "Personally, I feel that if I were president, poise would be important," Johnson told GQ. "Leadership would be important. Taking responsibility for everybody."