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As a former professional wrestler Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was an obvious choice for action movies when he made the transition to Hollywood. There’s something that many movie fans may not be aware of however. The Rock is damn funny.
Every week when new movies are released, new reviews come along with them. Some movies get reviewed well, some poorly. Kevin Hart knows exactly what kind of movie he likes to be in, and doesn't much care what critics think.
As a former WWE wrestler, Dwayne Johnson knows a thing or two about high-impact stunts and agonizing injuries. Thus, a recent Instagram post from Johnson showcasing an injury on the set of Central Intelligence had the Internet collectively in awe of his off-the-charts manliness. At least, until a key revelation.
The Rock’s Instagram account is my happy place. It instantly makes me smile when the rest of the world is making me sad. And today was no different.
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has no shortage of action entrées on his proverbial plate, but his latest was inspired by a classic Tom Hanks comedy role.
The Rock is still experiencing the aftershock of San Andreas. We recently saw Dwayne Johnson battle an earthquake in the disaster flick, and his next movie, Central Intelligence, has made him the victim of falling debris.
We wouldn’t have expected Kevin Hart and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to pair up for a buddy-cop movie. As the two get ready to star in their joint project, Central Intelligence, the film has nabbed the lead female role and rounding out the core three players.
Kevin Hart went down the buddy cop route earlier this year when he starred in the comedy Ride Along, and he's already set to do it again. This time, however, his partner is going to be Dwayne Johnson instead of Ice Cube, and instead of the Atlanta police he will be working with the CIA.
Ed Helms has been signing on to projects practically nonstop ever since The Hangover got everyone to finally pay attention to him, so it was inevitable that something would have to give
There's already been one Daily Show alum currently starring on The Office who played a bumbling intelligence agent, and that man was Steve Carell in Get Smart. Is there really room for two? How about if the next person is the ever-lovable Ed Helms?