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Dwayne Johnson recently gushed publicly about receiving a letter from director Steven Spielberg, and now we know what the message sage.
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.
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.
It would appear that Big Trouble In Little China is becoming the latest classic John Carpenter movie to get the proposed remake treatment... and it already has one very interesting lead actor getting involved with it.
After battling a devestating earthquake in San Andreas, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is getting ready to play Black Adam in the DC superhero movie Shazam. The hulking actor is so confident in his strength and powers that he believes he could best a Marvel hero with a similar name: Black Bolt.
Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of taking in my first 4DX experience while viewing the new earthquake disaster movie San Andreas. The screening was filled with some ups and downs, and a balance of positives and negatives, and for your reading pleasure I’ve recounted my experience with the new movie format inside
The Fast & Furious franchise has made tremendous use of its locations over the years, from the favelas of Brazil to the deserts and skyscrapers of Abu Dhabi. New York should be an incredible playground for Dom Toretto (Diesel) and the members of his crew.
We all have that one song that just turns us into blubbering messes, reaching for clutches of tissues. Find out what Dwayne Johnson considers to be emotional Kryptonite, after the jump.
With Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's San Andreas set to rattle movie theaters this weekend, what better time to look at some of our all-time favorite wrestlers turned actors?
DC has some flexibility, as far as we know. We’re not 100% sure what the timeline of the story in play is supposed to be. But if The Rock is telling us, yet again, that we won’t have to wait until 2019 to see him play Black Adam opposite a yet-to-be-cast Shazam, I’m more than willing to believe it.
The Rock is now in the Guinness Book Of World Records. It's just a shame that it's for the lamest world record ever.
Dwayne The Rock Johnson has been waxing lyrical about Black Adam, and his enthusiasm is adorable.
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.