BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
With all of the talk about Dwayne Johnson being cast as the lead in Shane Black's Doc Savage, ,here's six reasons why The Rock is the absolute best choice to portray the pulp superhero in the upcoming movie.
The Rock's latest superhero project will bring one of the coolest, most iconic, but also weirdest heroes to the silver screen. Needless to say, we're incredibly excited.
The Rock must be some kind of time organizing wizard to be able to be attached to so many upcoming projects. Fast 8 might be one the most anticipated of those films, and the Rock has just revealed some new major changes to his character in the movie.
The news recently broke that The Rock would soon headline a Die Hard-esque thriller set in China, and we now have some more insight regarding the movie's title and overall direction.
As we pointed out in our above list, The Rock has so many projects on his slate, from Fast 8 and Baywatch to remakes of Jumanji and a possible Doc Savage movie with Shane Black. Even if he were to complete all of these movies, he’d likely be preoccupied from now until 2020.
Fast & Furious' Luke Hobbs looks as though he's going to get his very own spin-off film. That's if Dwayne Johnson can fit it into his packed schedule.
The Rock has at least four movies heading to theaters in the near future. Beyond that, he has attached his name to various projects, all of which sound like they will keep the one-time wrestler and current big-screen phenom in the blockbuster business for years.
The Rock has a quick update regarding the long-awaited remake of John Carpenter's 1986 cult classic Big Trouble in Little China.
If there’s an award for being the hardest working man in show business, we might very well give it to Dwayne Johnson. It seems that The Rock is always working on something. The man is currently filming one movie, while in pre-production on another, but he's not done there.
Ever since the plan to remake Jumanji was rumored years ago, fans have been worried about what a bad movie would do to the memory of the original. When Robin Williams passed away, it became bad taste in the minds of many movie fans to plan on remaking anything that the comedian starred in.
Last week we heard rumors that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart were in talks to star in the remake of Jumanji. Today, The Rock has taken to social media to explain the situation.
From a physical standpoint, nobody is ever going to confuse Dwayne Johnson for Kevin Hart. The WWE wrestler stands at a stately 6'5" tall, and while the comedian is a pretty buff dude, he is also famously only 5'4".
Although Black Adam primarily fights Shazam, he’s tussled with other DC heroes in the comics. Could we see the anti-hero throw down against Superman in Shazam? Here’s what Dwayne Johnson said.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart have been building quite the rapport recently with their projects. Now they have their eye on joining this Robin Williams movie remake.
Dwayne Johnson is already up to play Black Adam in the upcoming Shazam movie, but if one director has his way, the beefy actor will play another badass comic book character too.
People have been saying this since the beginning, but Baywatch just isn't Baywatch without David Hasselhoff. Well he's back, and here's the only photo you need to see.
The new trailer for Central Intelligence is high-octane, funny as hell, and even sees Kevin Hart kill a man.
A key part of casting the big screen adaptation of the 1990s lifeguard drama Baywatch is finding actors and actresses that look good in those signature red swimsuits and running down the beach in slow motion, and they just added another one.
A few weeks ago we got a look at what the guys in the new Baywatch film will be wearing while on duty, and now we have a look at one of their female counterparts, thanks (as usual) to The Rock.
While the Oscars had some issues this year due to the lack of diversity among their nominees there was another issue that popped up after the award ceremony was over. There were no awards for Star Wars: The Force Awakens