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Dwayne Douglas Johnson also known by his ring name The Rock, is an American actor, producer and professional wrestler. Originally billed as "Rocky Maivia", he gained mainstream fame in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF/E) from 1996 to 2004, and was the first third-generation wrestler in the companys history. He returned to wrestling part-time for WWE from 2011 to 2013. Johnson is widely considered one of the all-time greatest professional wrestlers. Learn more?



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Ring name: The Rock


Birthday: May 2, 1972


Born:Hayward, California

Mini Biography: Dwayne Douglas Johnson also known by his ring name The Rock, is an American actor, producer and professional wrestler. Johnson was a college football player for the University of Miami, winning a national championship on the 1991 Miami Hurricanes football team. He later played for the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League, and was cut two months into the 1995 season. This led him to become a professional wrestler like his grandfather, Peter Maivia, and his father, Rocky Johnson (from whom he also inherited his Canadian citizenship). Originally billed as “Rocky Maivia”, he gained mainstream fame in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF/E) from 1996 to 2004, and was the first third-generation wrestler in the company’s history. He returned to wrestling part-time for WWE from 2011 to 2013. Johnson is widely considered one of the all-time greatest professional wrestlers.

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Posted by Website Staff
Date: July 2nd

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Everyone smelled what The Rock was cooking during The Attitude Era. The grandson of “High Chief” Peter Maivia and the son of Rocky Johnson, The Rock was seemingly destined for in-ring greatness from birth … but few could have anticipated the heights “The Most Electrifying Man in All of Entertainment” would someday reach.

The smiling, tassel-wearing Rocky Maivia attracted a great deal of attention at Survivor Series 1996, where he was the sole survivor of his squad, and was applauded for his Intercontinental Championship victory over Triple H the following year. Despite his clean-cut appearance and positive outlook, it wasn’t until The Rock lashed out at the WWE Universe in frustration that crowds truly began to gravitate toward him.

It was that signature gift of gab that would not only cement The Rock as one of the most captivating in-ring performers in any era — Attitude or otherwise — but also a fixture in popular culture. The Brahma Bull’s clashes and begrudging partnership with Mankind as The Rock ‘N’ Sock Connection were endlessly entertaining, as was his persistent berating of Michael Cole, his affinity for fine lodging (the SmackDown Hotel, at the corner of Know Your Role Blvd. and Jabroni Drive) and his well-documented love of pie.

Ahem.

Pastries aside, The Rock wasn’t just a force on the mic, bringing to the ring unmatched intensity in classic bouts with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Triple H and even Hulk Hogan.

Credit: WWE.COM

Posted by Website Staff
Date: June 28th

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Goldie Hawn, Dwayne Johnson, Amy Adams, and Mark Ruffalo will be among the celebrities honoured with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year (17).

The new inductees were announced in Hollywood on Tuesday (28Jun16), and the movie stars will be joined by fellow actors Jason Bateman, Chris Pratt, Ryan Reynolds, Rita Wilson, and filmmakers Brett Ratner, and George A. Romero.
In the television category, Tyra Banks, Eva Longoria, Keri Russell, comedienne Sarah Silverman, Hugh Laurie, and Jeffrey Tambor will also unveil their plaques on Hollywood Boulevard, as will producers Lee Daniels and Ken Corday.

Hall & Oates, rapper Ice Cube, John Legend, New Edition will also be honoured next year (17), alongside late Latino superstar Selena Quintanilla, who will receive a posthumous star.

Credit: Entertainment News

Posted by Website Staff
Date: June 12th

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NEW YORK — For two of Hollywood’s biggest stars, size quite literally matters.

Just look at the poster for action comedy Central Intelligence, in which a gunslinging Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson towers over a panicked Kevin Hart. The cheeky tagline: “Saving the world takes a little Hart and a big Johnson.”

“There’s just something about seeing the visual of us together,” says Johnson, 44, who at a brawny 6-foot-5 dwarfs his 5-foot-4 co-star.

Adds Hart, 36: “We talked about the poster way before we even got into the film. We knew the visual of Dwayne and myself was going to be amazing, so we’re already going to have people’s attention. Let’s just make sure that once we get their attention, we keep it.”

In Central Intelligence (in theaters Friday), the actors play former high-school classmates who meet again two decades later under potentially lethal circumstances. Calvin Joyner (Hart), voted “most likely to succeed” his senior year, is now listlessly trapped behind a desk as an accountant. He’s passed over for yet another promotion, and his stress is compounded by marital strife with his high school sweetheart (Danielle Nicolet) and their upcoming 20-year class reunion.

But his life is sent into a tailspin by a visit from Bob Stone (Johnson), a once-bullied nerd turned rogue CIA operative who still idolizes Calvin and haphazardly wrangles him into a dangerous mission. High-speed chases, office shootouts and a slew of surprise celebrity cameos ensue.

Johnson was the first one attached to Central, directed by We’re the Millers’ Rawson Marshall Thurber and co-written by The Mindy Project’s Ike Barinholtz and David Stassen. Together with New Line Cinema executives, they ran through a list of roughly 10 actors, singers and stand-up comedians whom Johnson could be paired with. Johnson had never met Hart, but he was a fan of his comedy and suggested him on a whim.

“I downloaded literally every (stand-up) album he put out,” says Johnson, who has since co-hosted the MTV Movie Awards with Hart. “I remember starting to hear about his tours and how successful they were, and I was like, ‘Man, he’s really doing things.’ “

For both actors, part of Central’s appeal was that it flips the roles they might typically play in movies: Hart as the uptight straight man to Johnson’s goofy, unpredictable Bob, who first appears wearing a unicorn T-shirt and fanny pack before beating up a rowdy group of trash-talkers in a bar. As parents, they also were drawn to the movie’s pronounced anti-bullying theme as Calvin and Bob move past their teenage glories and scars to more fully embrace their grown-up selves.

“There’s the message of being comfortable with who you are and where you are in your life,” Hart says. “The standards that we create and pressure we put on ourselves is sometimes overwhelming, and both characters have done that in some way, shape or form.” With that through line, “there’s a real partnership that’s formed; it’s a unique ride. We tried to make it as fresh as possible in a day and age where every realm of buddy film has been done.”

Johnson and Hart, now sitting in a disheveled hotel room off Central Park, are jocular and chatty, though visibly worn down by a grueling day of back-to-back interviews. It’s a best-foot-forward attitude that Thurber recalls on the movie’s Boston set last summer. Filming one particular scene, the actors were asked to pretend they were jumping from an office building. That meant being hoisted up in wire rigs for nearly six hours, which caused them excruciating groin pain.

“I’ve worked with a lot actors who would make it worse by (complaining) and moaning, or giving you a lot of side-eye when you ask them to go for another take,” Thurber says. “Kevin and Dwayne took the opportunity to do a dueling Instagram post, where they each recorded a video to their fans while the other was recording another one in the background. They were always using those opportunities to have fun and make fun of each other.”

Together, those two videos earned 1.3 million “likes” on Instagram. It’s just one example of Johnson and Hart using social media to help promote Central, as they continue to share behind-the-scenes photos and videos of the making of the film and its media tour. Considering they have nearly 210 million combined followers across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, their influence is far-reaching.

“There’s been a question of ‘Do stars really open movies the way they used to?’ For a movie like this, it’s going to be central,” says Daniel Loria, editorial director at Box Office Media. “These are two guys who take their star personas very seriously and work very hard in grassroots marketing of their films — getting out there in front of fans and being very active on their social media accounts to really help a film out.”

Loria predicts Central will open with $52 million against Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory, on its way to $155 million domestically. That would put the actors’ first joint venture just above many of their recent, separate hits. Since his breakout turn in 2012’s Think Like a Man, movies starring Hart have earned nearly $675 million, bolstered by the successes of Ride Along ($134.9 million) with Ice Cube and its sequel ($90.9 million) and last year’s Get Hard with Will Ferrell ($90.4 million).

Johnson, meanwhile, has had some box-office misses in Hercules ($72.7 million) and Pain and Gain ($49.9 million). But his prominent role in the billion-dollar Fast & Furious franchise, combined with last year’s top-billed surprise smash San Andreas ($474 million worldwide), have proven he is a viable commodity.

With Johnson, “we’re talking about a global superstar where his movies do well pretty much anywhere in the world, and that’s really hard to get these days,” Loria says. “We see movies being built for a global audience, but we don’t see many stars. Sure, we can say that Pirates of the Caribbean 5 is a movie being built for a global audience, but can we really say that about Johnny Depp these days?”

Although they come from different professional backgrounds — Hart, in stand-up comedy; Johnson, in college football and wrestling before transitioning to acting — the two have a shared desire to cultivate their personal brands, and in turn, help motivate each other.

“We look at Oprah (Winfrey), and she’s a billionaire, and a lot of people would be like: ‘What are you doing? Go relax.’ But it’s something in her that just wants to keep conquering,” Hart says. “It’s the same thing you’re looking at here. We have so much more to do.” Hart’s ultimate goal, he says, is “to become a mogul. I look at the word and I understand the definition of it. I’m 36 years old, so I have nothing but time to achieve that.”

Adds Johnson: “We’ve got a very similar mind-set of building, building, building. We can get projects green-lit, we don’t have to read them — it’s a really good position, especially today. It’s a very hard business these days to get movies made and (figure out) what people have the appetite to see.”

Coming up, Hart has lined up more family-friendly fare: Disney’s The Secret Life of Pets (out July 8) and an animated adaptation of the kids’ book series Captain Underpants, expected next year. Johnson, who returns to HBO on the NFL comedy Ballers this summer, has a crowded slate of movies announced or in production, including sequels San Andreas 2 and Fast 8, superhero movie Doc Savage, and remakes of Baywatch and Jumanji.

The latter will reunite Johnson and Hart and is a reboot of the 1995 family adventure starring Robin Williams, about a magical board game. The new film will co-star Jack Black and Tom Holland, and “reimagine the story,” Johnson says. “We want to honor Robin Williams’ character, who will be forever immortalized in our story. We’ve got a really cool way to honor his legacy that should be very entertaining, and I think his family’s going to be proud. We’re excited about it.”

Credit: USA Today Life

Posted by Website Staff
Date: June 2nd

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With all the flair of his signature move, Dwayne Johnson leapt from wrestling’s top ropes to become a major box office draw. In the latest issue of British GQ, the People’s Champion speaks to us about depression, delinquency and his play for politics. Donald Trump: watch your ass!

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson on being ‘The Rock’
“The Rock was – still is in fact ­- the best role I will ever get to play. I was being me, but me turned all the way up to ten. I could say anything, do anything and I would wink and everyone was in on the joke. They got it, I was connecting, it was perfect. But I couldn’t help feeling like I had achieved everything I had wanted to in wrestling. By the end of 1998 I was the youngest world champion and making a lot of money, but I wanted to know what was next.”

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson on the roles he chooses
“My choices are based on two things and they are both equally important. The first is: will I enjoy it? Then second: will people enjoy it on a mass scale? And I like that, because it is an opportunity for me to entertain globally. The bottom line, I am in the business of making movies for people, making content for people. And that means people all over the world. Because as soon as you start thinking on a global scale, you are making more people happy, you are making more money, you are making the studios more money, you are making everybody happy. That in turn creates more opportunity. And that’s what I am looking for.”

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson on a political future
“I’ll be honest, I haven’t ruled politics out. I’m not being coy when I say that, but at the moment I am not sure. I can’t deny that the thought of being governor, the thought of being president, is alluring. And beyond that, it would be an opportunity to make a real impact on people’s lives on a global scale. But there are a lot of other things I want to do first.”

Credited Source: British GQ Magazine

Posted by Website Staff
Date: June 1st

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Dwayne Johnson could power a small city with all that charisma surging through his big, bulging, veiny muscles (he can also help you keep track of the time with this nifty Rock Clock — he’s a rock of all trades), but he has a poetic side, too. In a lyrical black-and-white Instagram post, the superstar teased his involvement in the F. Gary Gray–directed Fast & Furious 8. Johnson, who stars alongside thirst trap Zac Efron and this meme in the upcoming Baywatch, writes:

When you strip a man of all he has. All that’s important to him. You force him to return to his roots.. and sometimes that’s a very dangerous and twisted place.
If I was going to return for another FAST & FURIOUS I wanted to come in and disrupt the franchise in a cool way that got fans fired up and their blood pumping to see a new version of Hobbs and his “Daddy’s gotta go to work” mentality and set the table in a cool way for where the character goes in the future.
Maybe it’s a spinoff movie. Maybe it’s more #FF movies. Or hell maybe Hobbs just gets on his motorcycle and rides off into the sunset never to be seen again.
Either way, I’ve had a solid first week of shooting, good to be back with the ohana, good to work again w/ my bud and director F. Gary Gray and our home studio of UNIVERSAL, as always have been the best partners to me and my #SevenBucksProds team. Most importantly… you guys around the world will really dig this new version of the role, ’cause as we always say, disrupters dent the universe.

Credit: Yahoo Movies
May 28

Posted by Website Staff
Date: June 1st

Shared cinematic universes are all the rage now that Marvel has successfully steered theirs, and every major Hollywood studio wants a piece of the pie. The newest one? It will be based around the works of the late Robert Ludlum.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal now wants a Robert Ludlum Cinematic Universe that will kick off with The Janson Directive, starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The studio already has a Universal Monsters Cinematic Universe in the works.

James Vanderbilt (The Amazing Spider-Man) has been tapped to write the screenplay for The Janson Directive from a story co-authored with Oscar winner Akiva Goldsman, and is also one of the team that will spearhead a series of movies based on Ludlum’s novels. Ludlum is, of course, known the world over for his Jason Bourne series of novels, and his spy thrillers have sold over than 300 million copies worldwide.

On top of writing The Janson Directive, Vanderbilt will also co-author two more stories/treatments based on Ludlum’s books, which have yet to be revealed. Those treatments will then be adapted into screenplays by other screenwriters.

The Janson Directive centers on Paul Janson, an ex-Navy SEAL and former government operative who has become the best private security consultant in the world. When he is framed for the murder of a Nobel laureate, and several U.S. officials are assassinated, Janson must join forces with the protégé who was sent to kill him in order to solve the mystery of a decades-old conspiracy and survive.

How Johnson will feature into future films is still unclear, but the busy actor is super excited about bringing Paul Janson to life on the big screen:

“The Janson Directive is classic Robert Ludlum,” Johnson told The Hollywood Reporter. “Sharp, edgy and layered storylines. The character is complex, conflicted, bad ass and lethal — I can’t wait to sink my teeth into this and bring him to life. Between Jamie, Akiva, Captivate and Universal, it’s an exciting time to help produce and build out this awesome Ludlum universe.”

How he’ll fit the movie into his busy schedule remains to be seen. Johnson just wrapped Baywatch and will soon begin shooting Jumanji and Fast 8. He’s also got Rampage, San Andreas 2 and a few more movie projects in the works, including his Shazam! comic book movie and a mystery Shane Black project that may or may not be Doc Savage.

What do you think about The Janson Directive coming to the big screen with Dwayne Johnson in the title role? Is a Robert Ludlum Cinematic Universe one too many?

Credit: The Hollywood Reporter
May 20

Posted by Website Staff
Date: May 31st

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Dwayne Johnson will soon be playing a game for those who wish to find a way to leave their world behind in Sony’s upcoming reboot of Jumanji. And with shooting on the film is expected to begin this fall, Johnson took to Instagram to clarify a few details about the reboot — and pay tribute to original Jumanji star Robin Williams.

Calling the reboot “a new re-imagining of this amazing story,” Johnson wrote that the new family-friendly film will draw more from Chris Van Allsburg’s original children’s book than the 1995 hit movie, which starred Bradley Pierce, Kirsten Dunst, and Bonnie Hunt. Still, Johnson promised that the new Jumanji will recognize the late Williams in some way.

“The love and respect I have for this man is boundless,” Johnson wrote. “You have my word, we will honor his name and the character of ‘Alan Parrish’ will stand alone and be forever immortalized in the world of JUMANJI in an earnest and cool way. I have an idea of what to do and I think his family will be proud.”

Johnson also shared the story of the first time he met Williams — and was so intimidated he could barely speak.

“I also think Robin is somewhere lookin’ down and laughing, remembering the first time we met backstage and I (for the first time ever) was a star struck bumbling idiot that couldn’t even get my words out,” he added. “Idiot. He literally calmed me down w/ that smile and laugh.”

So far, The Rock is the only official cast member to sign on, but last month, EW confirmed that Kevin Hart was also in very early talks to join the cast. In his Instagram post, Johnson added that instead of the original film’s three main roles, the reboot has five, and additional casting info should be announced this week.

Bad Teacher director Jake Kasdan is helming the project, and Johnson is also serving as producer, alongside Matt Tolmach. The new Jumanji is slated to hit theaters on July 28, 2017.

Credit: EW.com
May 10

Posted by Website Staff
Date: May 31st

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is muscling his way onto YouTube in a big new way.

Seven Bucks Productions, co-founded by Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia, this summer will launch a new YouTube channel in partnership with Studio71, the digital entertainment company and multichannel network owned by ProSiebenSat.1 Group.

The new channel, Seven Bucks Digital Studios, will feature the Rock’s own videos as well as showcase his production shingle’s other projects along with other creators. The YouTube channel promises monthly collaborations with top digital talent as well as an “action-filled” scripted online series.

“Other than my family, social media is my strongest relationship and it’s allowed me to connect on a very direct and personal level with fans globally,” Johnson said in a statement. “We’re thrilled to partner with the world-class team at Studio71 to deliver cool, compelling and entertaining content for audiences around the world to enjoy.”

Johnson’s existing YouTube channel, which has served as an outlet for trailers and video from his projects, has about 58,000 subscribers and has been infrequently updated.

The ex-wrestler, who has more than 100 million followers on social media, announced the new YouTube channel on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram:

“Through Seven Bucks Productions, Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia have built an entertainment brand that crosses all mediums, and we see this as an organic expansion of Johnson’s huge online presence,” said Dan Weinstein, president of Studio71.

The Seven Bucks Productions slate includes movies such as Paramount’s “Baywatch,” New Line Cinema’s “Shazam,” Universal Pictures’ “The Janson Directive” and DreamWorks Animation’s “Alpha Squad Seven.” The company also produces original TV series including TNT’s “The Hero” and “Wake Up Call,” HBO’s “Ballers” and Spike TV’s “Rock the Troops.”

The plans for the Seven Bucks Digital Studios channel were among the announcements being featured at Studio71’s Digital Content NewFronts presentation to ad execs Tuesday in NYC. In the U.S., Studio71 was previously known as Collective Digital Studio.

Also at the NewFronts event, Studio71 announced that Hormel Black Label Bacon signed on for its third year as the official bacon of “Epic Meal Time,” the cooking network hosted by Harley Morenstein, and that it is working with Smashbox Cosmetics for another season of the “Made at Smashbox” series featuring social-media style influencers.

In addition, the company highlighted four new shows: “Text Committee,” about averting social-media faux pas led by actor and social-media star Matthew Espinosa; “Family Fun Day,” a day-in-the-life look at YouTube’s Family Fun Pack; “Good Mythical Crew,” taking viewers behind the scenes of Rhett & Link’s popular “Good Mythical Morning” talk show; and “Coolest Thing I’ve Ever Made,” a showcase of backyard inventors, creators and makers hosted by Matthew Santoro.

Studio71’s network of 1,200 channels generates some 5 billion monthly views, which the company claims gives it the highest numbers of views per channel of any YouTube multichannel network.

Credit: Variety
May 10

Posted by Website Staff
Date: March 11th

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Dwayne Johnson and his girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, hit the beach for a walk with their dog Hobbs in Miami on Thursday. The shirtless star, who is currently in Florida while filming the Baywatch movie, showed off his buff body and tattoos while hanging on to Hobbs’s leash and posing for cute photos with him on the sand.

To say that it’s already been a busy year for Dwayne is sort of an understatement; not only has he been shooting the big-screen adaptation of the classic ’90s show with Zac Efron, Priyanka Chopra, and Kelly Rohrbach — just see these superhot workout pics of him and Zac this week — but he’s also gearing up to host the MTV Movie Awards with Kevin Hart next month. If that wasn’t exciting enough, Dwayne and Lauren welcomed their baby daughter Jasmine in December, and he’s been taking to social media to share their adorable bonding moments.

Credit: Pop Sugar

Posted by Website Staff
Date: February 25th

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It’s something that no one should have to go through: battling the deadly disease that is cancer, and even worse, having to do it as a child. While many children are outside playing, picking flowers, and riding bikes, there are those like seven-year-old Gabriel “Tater” Singleton who are fighting just to stay alive after being dealt such a cruel card in life.

Gabriel has been in cancer treatment for four years, and it’s no doubt been painful and exhausting for both him and his family. The little fella from Georgia has only one wish, according to his mother, and it’s to Meet Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson; the actor inspires the little boy to keep fighting the Neuroblastoma with which he’s been diagnosed.

Gabriel’s mom explains in an interview with WRCBTV that when the little boy began to lose his hair, he felt self-conscious.

“He was kind of embarrassed about his bald head. So I would pull up The Rock’s Instagram account and I’d say, ‘Look! The Rock is bald and he’s so strong and he’s awesome. You’re just like him,'”

The little boy has now become the former wrestler’s biggest fan, and with the help of his mom’s digital media campaign to get Dwayne Johnson’s attention, he hopes to finally meet his idol in person.

Incredibly, the Internet is picking up on this little boy’s story and his determination to have his wish come true is catching fire with social media users…it’s only a matter of time before we hopefully see the pair proudly displaying their bald heads. Until then, keep fighting, Tater!

Credit: Erica Campbell


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