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Here's the inspiring fan letter Steven Spielberg sent The Rock

Former wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's career is on fire right now. His latest film "San Andreas" raked in over $441 million worldwide at the box office, he's starring on new HBO show "Ballers," and already has eight projects lined up through 2019. Show More Summary

Views of Central California From Space Are Amazing—and Troubling

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

This view of central California from space is amazing for any number of reasons: you can make out the San Andreas Fault, for one, and it’s quite simply gorgeous to look at. But it’s also a parched landscape, whose vibrant greens have dulled to dirty browns. Read more...

'80s arcade game 'Rampage' being turned into action flick starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson

by Bill Pearis In Hollywood's never-ending quest to resuscitate familiar properties and turn them into blockbuster franchises, Dwayne Johnson (you know, The Rock) and the team behind this summer's disaster flick San Andreas are adapting '80s videogame Rampage into a...

The Rise And Rise Of The Rock

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is probably our biggest movie star right now. He was Hercules in "Hercules," the dad in "Taken" with earthquakes (otherwise known as "San Andreas") and now he's going to fight a gorilla and other stuff in "Rampage."...Show More Summary

The Rock's 'Rampage' Is Hollywood's Answer To 'Jurassic World' And 'San Andreas'

As some of you might have heard via Deadline in the midsts of all the Spider-Man news, Dwayne Johnson is reteaming with producer Beau Flynn and New Line Cinema for another action spectacular. This one is based on the popular 1980's video game Rampage. For those of you who don't remember, Rampage was an arcade game where you [...]

Dwayne Johnson To Re-Team With 'San Andreas' Producer For 'Rampage' Adaptation

Dwayne Johnson is set to re-team with his San Andreas producer Beau Flynn for an adaptation of the classic 80's Midway arcade game Rampage. The plot is being kept under wraps for now. Screenwriter Ryan Engle (Non-Stop) is set to write the screenplay. Show More Summary

The Rock has to stop George, Lizzie, and Ralph from picking people up and eating them in RAMPAGE!

The film is based on a 1986 Midway game. Read the full article on AICN Takin' a moment to say THANK YOU to the amazing fans around the world who continue to make SAN ANDREAS a record breaking global hit. We wanted to create and deliver a movie that's epic, entertaining and quality. Show More Summary

Dwayne Johnson is doing a Rampage movie

Coming off of San Andreas, Dwayne Johnson, producer Beau Flynn, and New Line are working on adapting the Midway arcade game Rampage into a live-action feature film, reports Deadline. My usual reaction to these announcements is "What,...Show More Summary

The Rock Will Fight Giant Monsters in 'Rampage' Video Game Movie

Dwayne Johnson is reuniting with 'San Andreas' producer Beau Flynn for an adaptation of Midway's classic 1980s video game 'Rampage'.

Dwayne Johnson to fight giant monsters in 'Rampage' video game adaptation

After fighting earthquakes in "San Andreas," Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is moving onto something he can get his hands on. Johnson is teaming once again with "San Andreas" producer Beau Flynn on a live action adaptation of the 1986 arcade...Show More Summary

The Rock will fight a giant gorilla in a 'Rampage' film

Just after rescuing his family from The Big One in San Andreas, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is set to save the world in a film adaptation of Midway's arcade classic Rampage, Deadline reports. Now, you might wonder how a game about a giant...Show More Summary

Dwayne Johnson Joins Video Game Movie ‘Rampage’

Having narrowly escaped the total destruction of California in San Andreas, Dwayne Johnson is now gearing up for another, very different kind of disaster pic. The Rock is set to star in Rampage, a live-action feature for New Line based on the ’80s Midway Arcade game featuring three giant monsters. Show More Summary

Dwayne Johnson Set to Star in Adaptation of Arcade Game Rampage

Johnson will re-team with his San Andreas producer Beau Flynn The post Dwayne Johnson Set to Star in Adaptation of Arcade Game Rampage appeared first on

Dwayne Johnson to Rock '80s Video Game in "Rampage" Adaptation

The "San Andreas" star will reteam with New Line for an action movie based on the Midway arcade game about building-destroying giant monsters.

Dwayne Johnson set to take on a gorilla, a lizard and a wolf in 80s arcade movie

The San Andreas star will headline video game adaptation Rampage, reuniting him with his earthquake movie producer Even though he’s only just finished surviving an earthquake in this summer’s disaster hit San Andreas, poor Dwayne Johnson will have to protect America from a gorilla, a lizard and a wolf in an adaptation of 80s arcade game Rampage. Show More Summary

Dwayne Johnson And ‘San Andreas’ Team Tackle ‘Rampage;’ Action Film Based On 80s Midway Arcade Game

EXCLUSIVE: Dwayne Johnson is re-teaming with New Line and producer Beau Flynn for Rampage, a live action feature that has been set for a 2016 summer production start. The film is based on the classic 80’s Midway Arcade Game that has since had numerous incarnations on different gaming platforms. Show More Summary

The Rock's fanny pack made a comeback

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Know Your Chinese Summer “Box Office Blackout” Blockbusters – Video

Friday marked the start of the unofficial summer "blackout" period at Chinese multiplexes. While Hollywood titles like Jurassic World and San Andreas are still in the Middle Kingdom marketplace, there won't be anything new from the majors for several weeks. Show More Summary

San Andreas’ Cracks $400M Worldwide

Coming off of an $18.8M international weekend, New Line/Village Roadshow/Warner Bros' San Andreas now has a global gross of $414.2M, with Japan, Spain and South Africa yet to open. The Dwayne Johnson action thriller has thus far rocked $132.2M domestically and $282M in offshore markets since beginning roll out on May 27. Show More Summary

And Now I Find Myself Veering My Walker Towards Innocent Pedestrians

Old woman #1: How many times have you beaten the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas?Old woman #2: I’m not sure. Maybe three or four times…–A trainOverheard by: gavin bjørn

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