'Thank you for all the tequila, kisses and gifts!' Dwayne Johnson receives VERY warm welcome from fans in Mexico City at San Andreas premiere 

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson received a VERY warm welcome from fans in Mexico City on Saturday.

The 42-year-old actor attended the premiere of his new disaster film, San Andreas, in the Mexican metropolis, and was greeted by a very eager audience.

The Furious Seven star expressed his gratitude for the warm reception via Instagram, saying: 'thank you for all the tequila, kisses and gifts;)'

Mobbed: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson received a VERY warm welcome from fans in Mexico City on Saturday

Mobbed: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson received a VERY warm welcome from fans in Mexico City on Saturday

He added: 'Hard to put into words what this kind of powerful love from fans means to me. As a man, it's an incredibly humbling & inspiring experience.

'MEXICO CITY and the entire country of MEXICO thank you from the bottom of my heart for making this one of the greatest events I've ever experienced. #TeQuieroMexico#SanAndreasWorldTour.'

Dwayne can be seen in an Instagram video he shot, rotating in a circle so as to capture the hordes of screaming fans and flashing cameras. 

Warm welcome: The 42-year-old actor attended the premiere of his new disaster film, San Andreas, in the Mexican metropolis, and was greeted by a very eager audience

Warm welcome: The 42-year-old actor attended the premiere of his new disaster film, San Andreas, in the Mexican metropolis, and was greeted by a very eager audience

What a reception! The Furious Seven star expressed his gratitude for the warm reception via Instagram, saying, 'thank you for all the tequila, kisses and gifts;)'

What a reception! The Furious Seven star expressed his gratitude for the warm reception via Instagram, saying, 'thank you for all the tequila, kisses and gifts;)'

The father-of-one also Instagrammed a photo in which he is taking a selfie with the massive crowd behind him. 

He captioned it: 'Long arm selfie king.. #MadnessAndLoveInMexico#SanAndreasWorldTour #TerreMoto #LaFalla#DeSanAndres'

At the premiere, Dwayne posed next to a helicopter that was made to look as though it had smashed into the ground. He also posed with a Mexican fire department squad. 

Dwayne looked sharp and larger than life in a dark grey suit over a printed dress shirt featuring a floral design, along with a textured tie.

Cool props: At the premiere, Dwayne posed next to a helicopter that was made to look as though it had smashed into the ground

Cool props: At the premiere, Dwayne posed next to a helicopter that was made to look as though it had smashed into the ground

Suited and booted: Dwayne looked sharp and larger than life in a dark grey suit over a printed dress shirt featuring a floral design, along with a textured tie

Suited and booted: Dwayne looked sharp and larger than life in a dark grey suit over a printed dress shirt featuring a floral design, along with a textured tie

In good company: The father-of-one also posed with a Mexican fire department squad

In good company: The father-of-one also posed with a Mexican fire department squad

He stood tall in glossy mahogany dress shoes and completed the look with a patterned handkerchief tucked into his left breast pocket.

Dwayne's new film, San Andreas, which debuts May 29, concerns the aftermath of a massive earthquake along the San Andreas Fault.

Dwayne plays Ray, a Los Angeles Fire Department rescue-helicopter pilot, whom is hovering in his helicopter when the earthquake hits.

He and his ex-wife Emma, played by Carla Gugino, make a dangerous journey across the state in order to rescue their daughter Blake, played by Alexandra Daddario.

Finishing touches: He stood tall in glossy mahogany dress shoes and completed the look with a patterned handkerchief tucked into his left breast pocket

Finishing touches: He stood tall in glossy mahogany dress shoes and completed the look with a patterned handkerchief tucked into his left breast pocket

Disaster movie: His new film, San Andreas, which debuts May 29, concerns the aftermath of a massive earthquake along the San Andreas Fault

Disaster movie: His new film, San Andreas, which debuts May 29, concerns the aftermath of a massive earthquake along the San Andreas Fault

Action hero: Dwayne plays Ray, a Los Angeles Fire Department rescue-helicopter pilot, who along with his ex-wife Emma, makes a dangerous journey across the state in order to rescue their daughter Blake

Action hero: Dwayne plays Ray, a Los Angeles Fire Department rescue-helicopter pilot, who along with his ex-wife Emma, makes a dangerous journey across the state in order to rescue their daughter Blake


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