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Dwayne Johnson has proven himself as quite the renaissance man.
As Brad Peyton and Dwayne Johnson's San Andreas project is about to hit theaters, the question on everyone's mind is whether or not the Lobo movie is next.
Dwayne Johnson nabs another sci-fi action comedy films just picked up by DreamWorks.
Who knew that the one man we can rely on during a catastrophic earthquake is Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson? San Andreas’ final, enthralling trailer proves that the former WWE star and now bona-fide Hollywood darling won’t let a little thing like a mammoth natural disaster break up his family.
San Andreas, starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, tells of a devastating earthquake that demolishes California and sends shockwaves all over the world. The film is set to bow at the end of May, but Warner Bros. considered delaying the release in light of a real earthquake that hit Nepal.
Movies that earn $1 billion worldwide tend to produce sequels. Fast & Furious 8 is be a no-brainer. Yet, the ridiculously lucrative Furious 7, ended with real closure, and raised some burning questions. Let's discuss.
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.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson takes on his next opponent, which consists of actual rocks in the upcoming earthquake epic, San Andreas as an emergency helicopter pilot. In a brand new full scene clip, the world’s most electrifying…helicopter rescue pilot tells the laws of physics to know its role and shut its mouth as he pulls off a ridiculous rescue.
The Fast & Furious series found a new shot of Franchise Viagra. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson provided a kinetic blast of energy and machismo to the Fast & Furious universe when he ripped through scenes in 2011’s Fast Five. But times change.
It has been hinted at the past that director James Wan could potentially take on one of the many in-development superhero projects in the works over at Warner Bros., and this weekend provided evidence he'd be suited to the job. But would the filmmaker actually be up for the 2019 Shazam film?
Walt Disney Animation Studios has been on an absolute roll these past few years, with titles like Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen, and Big Hero 6 hitting big with critics and at the box office - and they look to continue that streak with Moana, a new in-development feature inspired the the Pacific Island cultures of ancient Oceania.
Dwayne Johnson officially announced he would be playing Black Adam in Shazam last September, but originally he also had the choice to play the titular protagonist as well. Now The Rock has finally revealed why he decided to choose playing the villain over the hero.
Dwayne Johnson brought his A-game last night for his hosting gig on NBC's Saturday Night Live. This was his fourth appearance as host and among the many skits, of which included a reprisal of his iconic The Rock Obama character, was this most hilarious new Disney movie trailer of a live-action remake of Bambi featuring the cast of Furious 7. Have a look below and get ready to laugh.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has already charted where he wants to take the intense demi-god/Shazam adversary Black Adam in the DC Cinematic Universe.
Furious 7 looks totally insane, but it's also poised to have a ridiculous opening weekend.
While there were previously some rumors, speculation and teasing that Dwayne Johnson may appear as Black Adam in a Warner Bros./DC film released prior to 2019's Shazam, nothing has thus far come to light to give fans any certainty. As we still can't etch it in stone, it now sounds a bit more promising that the highly-anticipated character may indeed pop up much sooner than we thought.
The only reason to click on this story is to see The Rock and Jason Statham throw down. If you're not interested in such an explosive display of manhood and violence, there's surely a Disney post a couple pages back.
It appears that in the city of Springfield, Illinois, evil has won. In an ostentatious public ceremony, the mayor the city quite literally gave the key to his city to the malevolent mastermind himself, Cobra Commander! What could have possibly inveigled him to carry out this insidious thumb on the tip of the nose of justice?
It appears that the upcoming disaster epic, San Andreas will have Dwayne Johnson running around his Earthquake-addled city of Los Angeles, looking for solutions that his status as the designated protagonist will only allow him to exclusively implement.
Dwayne Johnson's upcoming performance as Black Adam marks his first in a line of comic book film appearances he'll presumably be making. But did you know about the role he supposedly turned down from the DC camp?