Dwayne Johnson isn't exactly saying no to running for president of the United States in the future.
ET's Nancy O'Dell spoke with the 45-year-old actor at the Rampage premiere on Wednesday, where he talked about his political aspirations. Johnson confirms he's been taking meetings to "understand more," though he remained coy.
In his recent interview with Rolling Stone, the magazine reported that Johnson was taking "under-the-radar" meetings with experts from across the political spectrum.
"This is where you get me in trouble," Johnson jokes to ET. "[The meetings are] just really to understand more and to learn more. ... The idea of running for president has been very flattering that a good amount of people have been wanting me to run and, honestly, it's so flattering, but I feel like the most respectful thing I could do is just learn as much as I could possibly do."
"Like, to become president, that is a skill set that I feel like you have to know," he continues. "You have to put in the time -- like years and years of service, so anyway, that's where I'm at. I just want to learn as much as I possibly can."
Johnson is clearly appreciative of his fans, who are some of the most loyal in the business.
"I'm lucky," the actor says. "And I love them."
In his Rolling Stone interview, Johnson reflected on current POTUS Donald Trump.
"I think in a lot of people's minds, what Trump has proved is that anybody can run for president," Johnson said. "And in a lot of people's minds, what he's also proved is that not everybody should run for president. What I'm sensing now is that we have to pivot back to people who have a deep-rooted knowledge of American history and politics and experience in policy and how laws get made. I think that pivot has to happen."
He also revealed to the magazine that there are people in the political world looking for him to run for office.
"So there's a well-known political figure who said, 'All right, listen. If and when you want to run for president, when you text me this word, I'll come running," he shared. "Don't text any other word – not hi, not how you doing, not what's up. Just this word. ... Freedom patriot. Two words."
Rampage -- in which Johnson plays primatologist Davis Okoye, who shares a close bond with a gorilla named George -- hits theaters on April 13.