Dwayne Johnson (aka “The Rock” in the wrestling world) weighed in on his former profession’s biggest story in a recent panel at Thursday’s Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour, where he was there to discuss Ballers. Inevitably,...Show More Summary
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson won’t body-slam his old WWE colleague Hulk Hogan.
Hogan was terminated by the WWE last week following reports that he went on a racist rant. read more
“I was pretty disappointed with what I heard.” Such was Dwayne Johnson’s response today at TCA during HBO’s Ballers session when asked about the latest headlines about his WWE colleague Hulk Hogan aka Terry Bollea and his racially charged...Show More Summary
While appearing via satellite to representBallers at the Television Critics Association press tour, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson commented on Hulk Hogan's racist tirade. "I was pretty disappointed with what I heard," Johnson, who is bi-racial said. "I've known Terry for a lot of years...I had not known... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Dwayne Johnson Hulk Hogan Ballers
On July 30th, 1974, Wolverine made his first full appearance in The Incredible Hulk #181, and comics history was forever changed. For some reason. Somehow, a funny-looking, funny-talking, pint-sized, hairy Canadian, who literally scratches people, became one of the most popular characters in comics. Show More Summary
Hulk Hogan is currently embroiled in a feud with Gawker Media that threatens to have far more serious repercussions than any dispute the wrestler had with Rowdy Roddy Piper or Andre the Giant during his celebrated career. Hogan (whose...Show More Summary
In 2015, it is socially unacceptable to say, "I hate black people." The public crucifixions of social giants such as Donald Sterling, Paula Dean and most recently, Hulk Hogan prove this to be true. It is O.K., on the other hand, to say "I hate criminals." As a matter of fact, we are encouraged to do so. Show More Summary
Gawker has been in dire straits. Sued by professional wrestler Hulk Hogan for $100 million and losing staff due to the fallout over removing a controversial article, Nick Denton's media company needed some good news. Enter the housing...Show More Summary
On Thursday, lawyers representing Gawker Media and Terry Bollea (real name of Hulk Hogan) gathered in the Sixth Circuit court in St. Petersburg, Florida. Image Credit: AP In a motion, the counsel representing Hulk Hogan accused Gawker...Show More Summary
In the story that seems to never end, even more racially insensitive remarks by WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan were uncovered by Josh Rojas of Bay News 9. The comments were made by Hogan while talking to his then-jailed son, Nick, during a phone call in May, 2008. Show More Summary
Greg Pak is an award-winning Korean-American comic book writer and filmmaker currently writing “Batman/Superman” and “Action Comics” for DC Comics, “Turok” for Dynamite, and “Storm” for Marvel. His work on "Incredible Hulk" was named "Best Ongoing Series" in 2007.
While it's tempting to place the titleÂ Spotlight over the tagline, "Batman and The Hulk team-up to fight corruption," the solemnity of the subject matter makes that impossible. The film, starring Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, and other impressive cast members, actually tackles a serious real-life issue that devastated a Catholic-packed Boston. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — It was arguably one of the toughest crowds he'd ever faced Trevor Noah took the stage at a small theater in Santa Monica to perform for a room of TV critics, the people who will be watching and judging his every word and...Show More Summary
Hulk Hogan is literally a walking example of an America that marches around refusing to acknowledge its problems or own up to its deep seeded hate.
Hulk Hogan was canned from WWE last week after audio from a sex tape he recorded eight years ago was leaked online by Gawker. In it, the wrestling legend could be heard making racist comments. Now, Radar Online reports that he also uses antigay slurs. Show More Summary
It seems wherever Gawker turns there’s another fight brewing. And so it is, with a slew of reported new allegations made by pro wrestler Hulk Hogan. TMZ reports that Hogan has filed new court documents alleging that Gawker CEO Nick Denton intentionally leaked a recent story about Hulk Hogan using derogatory language in 2012. Show More Summary
Gawker "had very few options remaining to save their way of life," asserts Hogan in an emergency motion to conduct an investigation. read more
He really covered all the bases in this tape, huh?