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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?
Shazam is currently slated to hit theaters in 2019, but Black Adam actor Dwayne Johnson may have teased that we’ll get it sooner than originally planned.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson finally revealed late last year that he will play the antagonist Black Adam in DC Comics' upcoming Shazam movie - but because the film won’t be hitting theaters until 2019, it will be a while before we see him in the role. That being said, it's not too early to start getting really excited for the character to exist in the same big screen universe as other DC heroes
The upcoming third film in the G.I. Joe film series seems to be gaining some momentum. A new director, D.J. Caruso is seemingly attached, and word has it that the series will essentially become an action vehicle now centering exclusively on Dwayne Johnson’s “Roadblock” character.
Fans of the G.I. Joe films are probably still left wondering if a third entry into the lucrative toy film franchise is on the horizon. Well, after a bit of a dry period on news, it appears that this wayward ship of a third film may now be back on course with a new director.
The Rock is an asskicker. Put someone or something in front of him, and he’ll kick its ass. Stone Cold Steve Austin? A franchise with diminishing box office returns? He’s ready to handle anything
In San Andreas, Ray (The Rock) will be in the air when the Earthquake hits – and he’ll see the destruction of Los Angeles from the sky. After retrieving his wife (played by Carla Gugino), the couple will attempt to get to San Francisco, where they plan to rescue their daughter (played by Alexandra Daddario).
As one of the world's biggest movie stars (both literally and figuratively), Dwayne Johnson is just about everywhere you look in movies nowadays - and soon he will be slipping into the world of animation as well. It has been revealed that the Pain & Gain star is the first actor to be in negotiations for Moana, the latest project put into development by the folks over at Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Kevin Hart went down the buddy cop route earlier this year when he starred in the comedy Ride Along, and he's already set to do it again. This time, however, his partner is going to be Dwayne Johnson instead of Ice Cube, and instead of the Atlanta police he will be working with the CIA.
DC superheroes will be invading theaters from now until 2020, but not all of them may be connected to the DC Cinematic Universe. In Shazam’s case, he might be going at it solo.
In his time as a movie star, Dwayne Johnson has brought a special spark to a number of different brands, from G.I. Joe to Fast & Furious, earning him the affectionate industry nickname "Franchise Viagra." Now he's ready to bring his special brand of charisma to a new franchise, as signs points to him strapping on a pair of short red trunks to star in the upcoming Baywatch movie.
You’ve heard of Throwback Thursday, right? Well, Vin Diesel is attempting to trademark Toretto Tuesday, and he kicks it off with this exclusive image for Fast & Furious 7, as well as a tantalizing tease for the movie’s first trailer.
This week, Warner Bros. and DC Comics made a huge coup bringing in one of the world’s most popular actors. After many years of waiting for his chance, Dwayne Johnson is now attached to play Black Adam in a new Shazam film. While this is very exciting news for all of the comic book fans out there who have been spent years reading about the two characters, however, the truth is that they don’t exactly have the same kind of name recognition as some of DC's more popular heroes and villains.
We have spent months and months presuming that Dwayne Johnson has been prepping to play a superhero in the growing DC Cinematic Universe, with characters like Shazam, Cyborg and Green Lantern being rumored and suggested by professionals and fans alike, but now that presumption is being turned on its head. Instead of playing one of DC's great heroes, Johnson will instead be playing one the comic book company's great supervillains - or as The Rock puts it, "ant-heroes":
Dwayne Johnson has spent months and months teasing a deal that he has been working out with the folks over at Warner Bros. and DC Comics, and as time has passed he has gotten more and more specific in his hints. Most recently he Tweeted an image of Superman, Shazam and Black Adam, suggesting that he would be playing one of the parts - but he still wouldn't specify exactly what was in the works. That pattern has continued today.
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island was a surprise hit in 2012, grossing $335 million worldwide. That was higher than the $241 million brought in by the Johnson-less Journey To The Center Of The Earth, which starred Brendan Fraser.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson recently took his brand of cooking to Reddit's famous AMA platform, and we have five pieces of knowledge he dropped among his many answers. Spoiler alert: he loves his fanny pack.
Well, this pretty much seems to settle it. Dwayne Johnson has been teasing a potential role as a DC Comics character going back to January of this year, and while everything he's been saying thus far has been largely a tease, this basically settles it. While we still can't call it 100% official until Warner Bros. confirms it with an announcement, it now looks like the gig is in the bag.