SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- There's little doubt that action movie hero Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson can find a date with as little as a twitch of his biceps or a flash of his pearly smile.
But on the chance that his social calendar has an opening, for say, about two hours, there's a small girl in San Diego who saved up just enough birthday money to take The Rock to watch "Moana."
"Would you like to, um, go to the movie theaters with me, to watch Moana with me? Please," asks Angelina, a 6-year-old kindergartner from San Diego.
Johnson co-stars as Maui, a once-mighty demigod, in the new Disney CG-animated feature "Moana."
The movie follows the adventurous sea-voyaging teen Moana Waialiki, voiced by actress Auli?i Cravalho, and the arrogant -- yet loveable -- Maui as they sail across the Pacific Ocean in hopes of saving Moana's people and to find her identity.
Angelina is a big fan of Johnson's family-friendly flicks including "Tooth Fairy" and "Game Plan." But after a recent family trip to Hawai'i, "Moana" will have more meaning for Angelina and she'd like to share the experience with The Rock.
"I can buy you candy, tickets, and whatever you want," Angelina pleads.
"Moana" will be out in select theaters Tuesday, Nov. 22, just in time for the holiday break.
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