After Karen Gillan’s skimpy jungle wear showed up in the Jumanji set photo last week, there were constant promises that it would make sense once you saw the film. These new plot rumors actually do explain the outfit, but there’s only one way they might manage to justify it.
After the first real image from Jumanji was released yesterday, we were understandably a bit confused by the various outfits on display. And, in the case of Karen Gillan’s half an outfit, a little bit nervous. Today, Gillan herself gives a clue as to why her character’s clothes are so small.
Kevin Hart put the first photo of most of the cast (admittedly, a Jonas brother is missing) up on Instagram. And, well, he, Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, and Jack Black all look exactly like the the most basic caricature of “jungle explorers” you could imagine.
Of course, Moana’s actual meeting with the demigod Maui is a bit more frustrating than it normally is in most mythic adventures. But holy crap, Auli’i Cravalho and Dwayne Johnson have such good chemistry as these characters.
G.I. Joe 3 is apparently stuck in production hell because Dwayne Johnson doesn’t have enough time to film it. But the bigger question is: Do any of us even care about a third G.I. Joe movie?
An adventurous young girl sets out with a demi-god to solve the mystery of her people in Moana, the upcoming film from Disney Animation. It sounds like a simple story, but as directors Ron Clements and John Musker can tell you, putting it on-screen is anything but simple.
We’ve been a bit cautious for the past several months about the new Jumanji flick. After all, the original is well beloved (at least for 90s kids), and it seems weird to remake the semi-serious kids movie as an outright buddy comedy. Well, Jumanji star Dwayne Johnson is putting our fears to rest (kind of).
The best things come to those who wait—especially those who wait in line. Giving up their precious time to stand in a line for hours (or days) to do or see something cool has always been a badge of honor for fans. I have many such badges, because I’ve waited in a lot of lines for a lot of things. And I have very few…
These days, you can’t go three clicks on the internet without finding cat pictures, pornography, or a new project for Dwayne Johnson. Now, a new one has been added to the overflowing mountain of movies. It’s called Son of Shaolin, based on a yet-to-be-published graphic novel.
Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram to announce he has officially joined Shane Black’s tale of “the world’s first superhero,” Doc Savage. The post, which you can read below, notes the actor’s excitement at playing “A F*CKING HILARIOUS WEIRDO!” Stoked for you, guy. But we have to ask: when does the Rock sleep?
As if the casting of Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart together in a remake of Jumanji wasn’t enough, now news has broke that a third comedy star is joining the mix. It’s Jack Black, and this is just getting out of control.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson took to Instagram Monday afternoon to offer an update on the upcoming remake of Jumanji that he’ll be starring in. Among the new was a promise the new film would “forever immortalize” Robin Williams’ character from the first film in “an earnest and cool way.”
When news broke that Sony Pictures was going to remake Jumanji, we were suitably confused. Didn’t the first movie with Robin Williams kind of just get it right? Well, now we have an idea of how filmmaker Jake Kasdan plans on differentiating his version: by casting Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart.
Two of the most ubiquitous stars right now—Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart—are wildly contrasting sizes, so their buddy movie has a built-in visual gag. But there’s one big problem with this Central Intelligence trailer.
For many girls, there’s no greater wish than to become a Disney princess. That dream is about to come true for Auli’i Cravalho of Oahu, Hawaii. She was just cast as the voice of Moana, the star of Disney Animation’s upcoming musical folk adventure.
I’m praying that this movie is more in the mold of Pirates of the Caribbean than Tomorrowland. It doesn’t need to be a brilliant work, it just needs to be fun.
Having just defeated an earthquake, The Rock might soon take on three even bigger monsters. The actor, better known as Dwayne Johnson, is set to produce and star in a film adaptation of the classic 80s video game Rampage.
It's official! Dwayne Johnson has announced he will be playing Shazam's foe Black Adam and not the hero himself in Warner Bros.' upcoming Shazam movie.
After months and months of hints, Dwayne Johnson has finally confirmed he's starring in DC's Shazam movie. Note: He did not confirm he's actually playing Shazam, the superhero formerly known as Captain Marvel — because he's unsure whether he wants to play the hero or his archenemy Black Adam.
In a recent interview with Total Film, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson confirms he's playing a DC superhero that will be announced shortly — a character that "has the power of Superman." Unless there's some major disinformation going on here, it sounds like the Rock is almost certainly Shazam.