Dwayne Johnson has work until 2047, Princess Zelda vs Princess Peach in a fight to the Death and more in today's Nerd Alert.
Over the past few years, Dwayne Johnson’s schedule has been stacked so heavily — from family franchises to action thrillers — that by now, he’s earned the title of “Hardest-Working Man in Show Business.” Late last week, Disney announced his newest project, a live-action adaptation of the Disneyland ride Jungle... More »
The first season of Ballers started with a car crash, and its final episode featured Dwayne Johnson’s butt. Between those two important milestones, some other stuff happened. Read more...
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With Zac Efron and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson set to don red swim trunks in a Baywatch revival on the big screen, what perfect time than now to revisit the original men that made the television show a classic. Running from 1989 to 2001, the hour long series starred David Hasselhoff as the lead lifeguard. Show More Summary
Dwayne Johnson has had a very musical weekend. Saturday he shared his “The Rock's Ultimate Ball-Out Playlist” via Apple Music. The playlist includes Big Pun, Tech N9ne, Outkast, Wiz Khalifa, and the O'Jays, among others. He also says his gym entrance song is “Mack Man” by Willie Hutch. Sadly, there's no... More »
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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson — actor, wrestler, producer, and super-adorable guy — has given us yet another peek into his '90s-era college years at the University of Miami.
With the first four “Pirates of the Carribean” movies having grossed at the box office close to $4 billion, the Walt Disney Co. is hoping to again strike it rich with a feature film based on another one of its...
Disney is adding a Polynesian princess to its royalty roster. Her name is Moana Waialiki and she's the title character in a CGI film called Moana that features Dwayne Johnson as the demigod Maui. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Dwayne Johnson will star in Disney's next ride-to-film project - Vulture GOT director tried to handle this rape scene "delicately" - HuffPost Ent 15 movies that prove the first day of school pretty much sucks - MTV These major cast changes make these movie scenes more iconic - Cracked Mr. Show More Summary
Disney is making another attempt at a movie based on its Jungle Cruise theme park ride, this one starring Dwayne Johnson. As fans of the attraction, we have some requests.
The Rock is stepping on board the "Jungle Cruise." Dwayne Johnson is attached to star in a movie adaptation of the popular Disney theme park ride, according to The Hollywood Reporter. John Requa and Glenn Ficarra, the duo behind Will...Show More Summary
Image from 'San Andreas,' courtesy of Warner Bros. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is apparently starring in the long-gestating movie adaptation of Walt Disney's The Jungle Cruise. The comedic adventure film, based on one of the older Disneyland/Disney World theme park attractions, was positioned as a Tom Hanks/Tim Allen reunion vehicle of sorts [...]
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Is there any movie he can't carry? Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson may be one of the highest paid action stars in the industry, but he's about to take his talents to children's movies. The 43-year-old actor is no stranger to Disney films, having brought Race to Witch Mountain to life, but he's about to do it again. [ [...]
THR reports that Dwayne Johnson is set to star in an untitled Disney movie based on its Jungle Cruise safari ride — punny jokes likely included. (The last ride-to-film project Disney did in such a way was Pirates of the Caribbean.) Tom Hanks and Tim Allen were reportedly set as... More »
Disney is making a film based on the theme park ride Jungle Cruiser, and Dwayne Johnson is going to be a part of it. According to THR, the actor is teaming up with writer-director pair John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (Focus, Crazy, Stupid, Love.) for the film. Show More Summary