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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.
Let’s hear it for all those actors and actresses who played totally jerks/a-holes/jackasses/blemishes on society — we can go on — to make the good guys be even more likable and to bringing us all together to hate on them.
This weekend audiences showed some interest in getting back to watching the end of the world (or at least California) as we know it.
You maniacs! You blew it up... again! And again. See what six landmarks rank among the most destroyed tourist traps in film history.
San Andreas finds Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson laying the smackdown on some earthquake’s candy ass. However, that insane matchup aside, the film’s main tectonic-based attraction seems to have drawn the critical eye of a USGS Seismologist, who essentially rips the film a more gigantic gaping chasm than the one that befell California in the film.
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
Everyone wants to get in on the superhero movie genre, and Carla Gugino is no different. But whom could she play?
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is going to be going toe-to-toe with the biggest earthquake the world has ever seen this weekend, but the film comes with an option for audiences: do you want to see the epic destruction in 3D, or is it a better experience in 2D? We’re here to help you make your decision.
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?
It’s time for another edition of This Rotten Week, as the summer blockbuster season rolls on – as does the season of counter-programming films. Going head to head this week is the giant earthquake of San Andreas versus the romantic comedy of Cameron Crowe’s Aloha.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Imagine if Superman were there to save everyone from this natural disaster in San Andreas? Imagine no more, because here’s a mash-up of Supermandreas.
In the match-up of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson vs. an Earthquake, it's not super easy to determine an automatic victor. On the Hollywood stage, both are absolute forces of nature and can do some serious damage. Regardless of who wins, however, it should be a rather awesome fight.
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.