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The Rock recently took time out of his very busy schedule to make an appearance on Monday Night Raw. It came as little to no surprise since Miami is where The Rock lives. He took time out to make The Miz park his truck, tell The Big Show that he did win the Royal Rumble and he could have had his success, hit on Lana until Rusev scared him by showing up. He also went out to the WWE Universe. As he was out there, he was interrupted by The New Day. He advised The New Day to come in the ring so he can lay a beating on them, but they refused. The Rock then mentioned plan b. Family. Take a look at what happened after Raw went off the air below.

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The official Twitter account of the 73rd Golden Globe Awards has announced that former WWE Champion Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will be a presenter at the awards show. Previously, The Rock served as a presenter at the 80th and 87th Annual Academy Awards in 2008 and 2015, respectively.

Neither The People’s Champ nor the Golden Globes revealed which award The Brahma Bull would be presenting


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The Grandest Stage of Them All will now feature The Most Electrifying Man in Entertainment.

The Rock announced today on Instagram that he will be in Dallas for Wrestle Mania when The Showcase of the Immortals takes over AT&T Stadium on Sunday, April 3, 2016.

The Great One memorably dropped by last year’s WrestleMania, held at Levi’s® Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., where he and UFC sensation Ronda Rousey cleared the ring of Triple H & Stephanie McMahon. What will The Rock have in store for the WWE Universe this April?

Taking place in the home of the Dallas Cowboys, WrestleMania 32 is expected to host the largest crowd in sports-entertainment history. WrestleMania will air live on the award-winning WWE Network, and tickets for the huge event are available now at


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Grace Helbig welcomed Dwayne Johnson where they had some fun by playing games and Dwayne got to answer some questions from Facebook.

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Dwayne Johnson, the dancer? See why The Rock is groovin’

Whether in the wrestling ring or in a an action flick, it’s clear Dwayne Johnson is a man of many talents. But there’s one skill he’s only recently revealed:


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Dwayne Johnson visited MTV studios to be apart of the MTV Takeover. While there he took part in some videos and showed his humorous side while doing it humorously. Dwayne Johnson was just apart of one of the biggest openings worldwide (Furious 7) which was the biggest opening in April.


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April 2nd it was announced by MTV that Dwayne Johnson will make an appearance at the 2015 awards. Jessie J will host the pre show starting at 7:30 ET.MTV will also give an in depth look at 5 hot must see movies of the Summer, during MTV Movie Takeover Week. Promptly at 8 pm after the glamorous pre show, the 2015 MTV Movie awards will air live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, which will be hosted by Amy Schumer.

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He last saw Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson when the A-lister came Down Under last year to promote Hercules.

But now Beau Ryan has repaid the favour, jetting to Los Angeles to meet up with the 42-year-old actor and wrestler, who’s doing press for Furious 7.

The pair were seen reuniting in a video posted to Instagram on Monday, but it appears Beau got a little too keen during their embrace, with The Rock stepping back and joking ‘you’ve got your arm on my ass.’

But that wasn’t the last joke made at The Footy Show presenter’s expense, as he uploaded his own video to Instagram that saw The Rock call him his ‘uce,’ Samoan for brother, before sighing ‘you need a shower dude.’

‘I’m gonna shower soon man, I’m getting a bit nervous around you,’ Beau, who’s filming a four part Beau Knows Hollywood series, joked.

Last time the pair met was last July, when the former Sharks player had The Rock call Alex McKinnon, who recently suffered a spinal injury, to help lift his spirits.

Last year the former WWE Champion spent several months in the Gold Coast filming San Andreas, a natural disaster flick that will hit cinemas in May.

On Saturday he’ll be hosting iconic sketch show Saturday Night Live for the fourth time, and recently hinted in an interview with Fox’s Chris Van Vliet that he could appear at WWE event WrestleMania 31 on Sunday

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Furious 7’s long road to the big screen reached the finish line Wednesday at the world premiere in Los Angeles.

Star Vin Diesel and producer Neal Mortiz were both visibly emotional when speaking about the loss of star Paul Walker at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood before the screening.

“This movie is more than a movie,” said Diesel. “There’s something emotional that happens to you where you walk out of this movie, and you appreciate everyone you love because you just never know when the last day is that you’ll see them.”

The passing of Walker, who died in a car crash in November 2013, pushed back the release of the Universal film as the studio and filmmakers took time to mourn the death of the star, and rethink the ending of the film to give Walker’s character’s storyline a proper ending.

“I’m going to tell you, last year it was really tough to come back to work,” said Diesel of returning to the film after the death of Walker. But he added that the support of his cast mates, Universal and director James Wan helped him to return to complete the project.

Along with Diesel and Moritz, many of the stars of the franchise attended the premiere, including Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Jason Statham, Ludacris and Luke Evans. Walker’s younger brothers, Caleb and Cody, who stepped in to help finish the film after their brother’s death, also attended the premiere. The passionate audience was quick to cheer when Walker first appeared onscreen, throughout the late actor’s especially action-packed scenes and during the final moments of the film.

Wan, who made a big step up from his successful horror projects like Saw and The Conjuring to direct Furious 7, said he still gets emotional watching the film despite seeing it numerous times during the editing process.

“Every time I see the ending of that film, it still hits me so hard,” he told THR at the afterparty. “I made this movie, I made that ending, and it still gets me.”

At the after-party at the Roosevelt Hotel, moviegoers were in a good mood, enjoying food and drinks while surrounded by gold-covered go-go dancers. Diesel was spotted taking photos with Universal’s Donna Langley, whom he earlier in the night described as “my sister, Donna Langley” because of all her support of the franchise. But, above all, Walker was on everyone’s mind.

Star Ludacris agreed with Wan that it could be difficult to watch Walker’s final performance.

“It’s hard to watch, but it’s so good at the same time,” he told THR. “I love how we ended it creatively.”

Ludacris, who joined the franchise in 2003’s 2 Fast 2 Furious, and then returned for Fast Five and Fast 6, was also quick to emphasize Diesel’s role in safeguarding the franchise as a producer.

“People don’t give Vin enough credit. He really eats, sleeps and shits these movies,” he told THR. “I think Vin needs to get more credit because he really fights to keep the integrity of everyone’s character, not just his own.”

Moritz, who has produced all of the films in the franchise, wrapped up his remarks with his thoughts on Walker as well.

“I know Paul is smiling down on us right now,” he said to the crowd. “We love you forever, Paul. And you will always be a part of all of us.”

by Rebecca Ford
Hollywood Reporter


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