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The Rock Won't Let Those Green Lantern Rumors Die
Rock believes Lantern “can” whup Superman’s behind, but will he ever get the chance to? Saying he’d be a welcome addition to Warner’s fledgling Justice League family is such an understatement, I feel stupid for having bothered to type it out. Just make it happen, DC.
The Rock Could Play Green Lantern According To Latest Rumor
If this story gets confirmed, it could be the boost DC needs to catch up to (and possibly surpass) Marvel. The Rock in a DC superhero franchise? Massive.
The Rock Swears He'll Play A DC Comics Character In 2014
As part of his semi-regular #RockTalk sessions – when Rock answers questions directed at him from fans – the action hero confirmed a “big meeting” with Warner Bros. for a DC Comics project in 2014. Here’s where things get vague. Rock notes, “We will partner up and create the cool bad assery.”
The Year In Movies: A Gif Look-Back At 2013
I'll be recapping the highs and lows of the movie business experienced over the past 12 months. 2013 has been a pretty fascinating time for film, full of reversals of fortune, dizzying successes and even some truly polarizing pictures. So let's look back and GIF out!
Dwayne Johnson's Earthquake Adventure San Andreas Will Rattle Theaters In Summer 2015
San Andreas will be directed by Brad Peyton, who teamed up with Johnson to earn Warner over $335 million worldwide with 2012’s Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, a film that opened in the February release graveyard. It stands to reason them teaming up on a summer tentpole could shake up all of the competition. At this point, according to BoxOfficeMojo, they’re only going head-to-head with DreamWorks Animation’s B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations.
The Rock Shares Explosive Image From The Fast & Furious 7 Set
This follows on the heels of a recent image of Rock’s character, Hobbs, standing in front of a demolished automobile, suggesting loads of automobile carnage on the set of the next Furious movie.
The Rock Rides Hollywood's Newest Wave: Lost At Sea Dramas
Based on Nick Schuyler's best-selling memoir, the film will center on a fishing trip that changed the college football star's life forever. Setting out with his workout buddies, fellow University of South Florida footballer Will Bleakley, and NFL players Marquis Cooper and Corey Smith, Schuyler planned for a relaxing day on the Gulf of Mexico. But when their boat capsized, each of these men had to fight to survive against the frigid Atlantic waters
Dwayne Johnson Will Punch Supernatural Evil In The Face For SEAL Team 666
Common sense is telling me to be guarded about what this project might turn into, but films like The Mummy and 300 prove that CGI-heavy some-against-all flicks can work quite well on the large scale that I’m thinking Seal Team 666 will shoot for. I just hope the demons are actually scary, and not cartoonish like the bad guys in Van Helsing.
The Rock May Star In New Line's 3D Disaster Film San Andreas
Lately, Dwayne Johnson has been showing off his muscular physique by Tweeting photos from the set of the Hercules movie. Between Brett Ratner's anticipated action film, his wrestling commitments and the Fast & Furious franchise, it's a wonder The Rock has time to squeeze anything else into his schedule.
Dwayne Johnson And McG May Team Up For The Fall Guy
In the original series Majors starred as Colt Seaver, a stunt man who moonlights as a bounty hunter during his down time. Teaming up with his cousin Howie and his protege Jody, they took down the bad guys are turned them over to the law. The series had a gimmick where the stunt that Colt was performing for a movie would somehow be included in his bounty hunter adventure.
Exclusive Empire State Behind-The-Scenes Clip Talks To The Real Chris Potamitis
Empire State is based on the true story of one of the biggest heists in U.S. history, and what better way to celebrate today’s big VOD release for the film than to hear from one of the guys originally behind the big heist? In the exclusive clip, heist master Chris Potamitis—one of the real men behind the 1982 heists—explains how he first got the job at the Empire State security firm, and how it just so happened that he grew nosy while working there.
Dwayne Johnson's Mythical Adventure Lore Has Found A New Director
Lore will be quite a challenge for the new director, as I’m sure it was for screenwriters Cory Goodman (Priest) and first time screenwriter Jeremy Lott. The story it tells is ambitious, centering on a secret clan of shepherds that keep mythological creatures from disrupting our existence. When there’s a break in the succession of shepherds, the creatures take advantage, and it falls on one woman to hold them back.
The Rock Shows Off Brief Hercules Set Video
Those who've stared long enough at Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson might be familiar enough with the actor's sculpted physique to recognize the sight of his bicep and triceps without actually seeing his face. If that's the case, the above video needs very little introduction to clue you in as to who we're looking at.
Dwayne Johnson Gives Us Another Look At His Hercules Costume
Dwayne Johnson, one of the most charismatic actors working in action movies today, is playing coy about his look in Brett Ratner's upcoming film Hercules. Over the last few weeks the star has shared a number of behind-the-scenes photos from the film, but each time he has had his face obscured or hidden from the camera. That tradition continues today with yet another picture of The Rock on set.
Is Dwayne Johnson Being Eyed For Terminator 5?
When G.I. Joe: Retaliation was released back in March, our own Sean O'Connell and Kristy Puchko were on such a Dwayne Johnson high that they imagined what other lagging series could use a boost from The Rock. After all, the actor has earned the nickname "Franchise Viagra" by rejuvenating not only G.I. Joe, but also the Fast & Furious movies (not to mention giving us a reason to care about Journey 2: The Mysterious Island).