Dwayne Johnson Tweets New Fast & Furious 7 Image

Complete with a quote that The Rock was born to say

The Rock's Luke Hobbs has had plenty of choice lines in the two Fast & Furious movies he's appeared in so far, but from the looks of this tweet, there are plenty more planned for Fast & Furious 7. Meet the one-man cavalry unit that is... Dwayne Johnson.

"I didn't bring the cavalry.. I AM the cavalry" - #HobbsTheBeast #FastAndFurious7 Call action... pic.twitter.com/wBxpeYfjnR

— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) November 18, 2013

Previous snaps from The Rock's Twitter account have centred on his Hercules project with Brett Ratner at the helm, but now he's back to beating Dominic Toretto's drum - in a manner of speaking - with this latest sneak peek at James Wan's new take on the F&Franchise.

Previous regular director, Justin Lin, ishas left to take charge of another big-name Universal series, taking on whatever Bourne 5 ends up being called. Saw creator James Wan now has the reins, and from everything we've seen so far, the LA-based sept-quel will contain just as much carnage as we come to expect in the F&F universe.

In Fast & Furious 7, we find Dom, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Brian (Paul Walker) and the rest of the gang charged with a new, legal mission: they have to track down Statham’s villain, Ian Shaw, while he pulls off some criminal nastiness and seeks revenge for his brother Owen’s death in Furious 6.

With Lucas Black back from Tokyo Drift and new recruits Kurt Russell, Tony Jaa, Ronda Rousey and Djimon Hounsou swelling the cast, Fast & Furious 7 is out on July 25 next year.