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.
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.
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.
San Andreas has already raked in more dough than the entire haul of last year’s tornado thriller Into the Storm. Which, in originality-starved Hollywood, means only one thing: MORE EARTHQUAKES! Which fault line will form the backdrop for the next Rock-starring disaster drama? There’s one obvious choice.
At least, that’s certainly what the description of Alpha Squad Seven suggests. The film, which will star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, is “a four-quadrant action-comedy adventure set in space. Independence Day, Armageddon and Guardians of the Galaxy are some of the watchwords,” per the Hollywood Reporter.
Disney's been having great success with live-action remakes of its classic animated films. So why not cast, as Saturday Night Live did last night, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as everyone's favorite deer ... and reconfigure the story as an over-the-top action thriller, with plenty of puns and guns for all? WHAM BAM BAMBI!
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.
First things first: Remember all those awesome Hercules trailers? All those fantastic shots of The Rock fighting the Nemean Lion, the Erymanthian Boar, and the Hydra? If they were what had you thinking about seeing Hercules, don't bother. They are lies.
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.
On this very night exactly 52 years ago, three inmates escaped from Alcatraz, the maximum-security prison set smack dab in the middle of the San Francisco Bay. Their bodies were never found, dead or alive. That means John Mason might be the only man known to make it off the island successfully and survive.
The first Hercules trailer for Dwayne Johnson's epic action flick looked alright, but the second trailer appears to be (slightly) more self-aware. Crackin' jokes, fighting slo-mo lions and hydras and mugging for the camera — this is the demigod we want.
But which ones? On the one hand, we have this first great picture of Dwayne Johnson as the Greek demigod himself, shrouded in the skin of the Nemean lion, looking like the son of Zeus stepped down from Mount Olympus itself. On the other hand, this movie is by Brett Ratner. Is this a test from the gods?
The news of Paramount's purchase of the Terminator franchise was met with a resounding "just let it die already." But how does adding The Rock, a.k.a. Dwayne Johnson make you feel? Bewildered? Betrayed? Is ANYONE EXCITED ABOUT THIS MOVIE?
Despite the terribleness of the first film and the second film's weird delay, I remain generally pretty positive about G.I. Joe: Retaliation. And this first clip from the movie, in which Bruce Willis and The Rock have a brief chat and then shoot/blow up a great, great many things, does nothing to change that.…
Having yanked the G.I. Joe movie sequel from its summer premiere at the last possible second to add some of that 3-D and Channing Tatum all the kids seem to love nowadays, Paramount would like to respectfully invite you all to remember G.I. Joe: Retaliation is a thing that will exist this coming spring, and it will…
The Rock is here to teach you about being a man, while man-handling tiny elephants and riding around on giant bees. The Rock is strong but sensitive, and he's downright eager to guide you over the threshold into a new world of confusing sexuality, in which the scat of massive birds sprays all over people's faces and…
Or more to the point, what is Michael Caine about to say to his agent once he gets home from doing this fiasco? Some new character posters for Journey 2, the sequel that absolutely nobody demanded, have come out. And they're like the posters from the waiting room to Photoshop Hell. I especially like the look on The…