Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is still considering making a White House bid, saying his choice whether to run for president will be "up to the people."

The pro wrestler-turned-actor has long flirted with bounding into the political ring.

In an interview with USA Today this week while promoting his new NBC sitcom, "Young Rock," the 48-year-old performer said politics could still be calling his name.


"I would consider a presidential run in the future if that's what the people wanted," he told the paper.

"Truly I mean that, and I'm not flippant in any way with my answer," Johnson added.

In his new TV series premiering Tuesday that's based on his life, Johnson reportedly mounts a presidential run in the year 2032.

In real life, the "Jumanji" star said launching a campaign to become commander in chief "would be up to the people."

"So I would wait, and I would listen. I would have my finger on the pulse, my ear to the ground," he said.

Johnson said in a 2017 interview that there was a "real possibility" he would make a White House run.

While he's said in the past that he's a registered independent, Johnson spoke at the Republican National Convention in 2000 and endorsed then-Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump endorses Ken Paxton over George P. Bush in Texas attorney general race GOP lawmakers request Cuba meeting with Biden For families, sending money home to Cuba shouldn't be a political football MORE in last year's presidential race.