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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.
One of The Rock's more...eclectic projects is his plan to bring Baywatch to the big screen. It’s already been announced that Rock and Zac Efron would be co-starring in the film. That’s nice, but the guys aren't exactly the primary draw to an idea like this.
Not content to only battle Shazam in the coming years, now Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, a.k.a. the future Black Adam, is hinting that perhaps he’ll be seen alongside Superman as well.
Many of the attractions at Disney theme parks are designed to transport riders to another time and place, and when Dwayne Johnson adapts Jungle Cruise into a movie, it's going to do the same thing.
The Walt Disney Company has a history of turning their most popular theme park attractions into movies, and it seems as though they are ready to add another chapter to that book. This is because they are actively developing a film based around the Jungle Cruise ride, and it's a project that has Dwayne Johnson interested in starring.
Pamela Anderson and Baywatch are practically synonymous, so when the star of the TV series says a movie remake is a bad idea, we all might want to listen up.
It was back in April that Dwayne Johnson revealed that he would be joining the amazing world of Walt Disney Animated movies. It was officially confirmed that the A-lister would be joining the cast of Moana, playing the role of Maui… but what wasn’t said at the time was exactly what we could expect from the character.
If you were worried that the upcoming Baywatch reboot wouldn't have enough hunky dudes running down the beach in slow motion, you can breathe a bit easier today, as Zac Efron just joined the fun in the sun.
There’s nothing like a bad effect to either spoil the mood in a gripping drama or exacerbate the embarrassing movie. However, a collection of some of the most ludicrous special effects efforts in modern film history provides plenty of cinematic lessons.
It's been a while since we last heard an update about the proposed Baywatch movie, with Dwayne Johnson signing on to star all the way back in October of last year. Well, today the film took a huge step forward, and looks like it will actually become a reality, as new reports say that Seth Gordon is now in talks to direct.
Dwayne Johnson has already had a degree of success thanks to his partnership with director Brad Petyon, previously teaming up on both Journey 2: The Mysterious Island and, more recently, San Andreas. Now the duo are apparently going for the hat trick.
You can understand why plans are sort of up in the air. At the time of its announcement, Furious 7 was scheduled to launch a trilogy of new stories that would pit Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew against a fresh set of bad guys.
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.
Want to see The Rock and Kevin Hart hilariously get in the way of each other while recording a Vine? Then click right here.
Dwayne Johnson recently gushed publicly about receiving a letter from director Steven Spielberg, and now we know what the message said.
Dwayne Johnson has fought against one massive earthquake, speedster car racers, gargantuan beasties, ancient Greek soldiers and Cobra agents. What’s a giant lizard, gorilla and wolf to him?
When news recently surfaced that the classic, Big Trouble in Little China would soon be getting the reboot treatment with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, it seemed a curious project choice. However, one would have thought it would be especially surprising for the original film’s director, John Carpenter. However, his response is filled with devastating dispassion.
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.
A remake of Big Trouble in Little China is a bad idea. A terrible idea. The original film is such a unique and unusual product of its era, and trying to recreate it is the cinematic equivalent of capturing lightning in a bottle. Even more so, The Rock is the complete wrong choice to play Jack Burton in a new Big Trouble.