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Dwayne Johnson gives a moving speech about his poor beginnings, hard work and family. He strives on knowing that his family is there with him through this entire journey.

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The Welcome To The Jungle: Jumanji cast talked the continuation of the epic movie, movie prep and more. To watch the full interview, click play above.

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Dwayne sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to discuss reactions to he and girlfriend Lauren Hashian’s pregnancy announcement, getting a star on the walk of fame and more. For the full interview, watch the video above.

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Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Joe Jonas take Paris by storm during their Jumanji press junket. The guys stop by the Quotidien Show and talk Jumanji and more.

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Dwayne Johnson gives us a behind the scenes look at becoming Dwanta Claus. Along with a bunch of laughs of course.

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Maybe you know him as an action star. Maybe you know him from his wrestling days, as the love-to-hate-him heel with one eyebrow perpetually cocked. Maybe you know him as a singing demigod from a certain Disney movie. Maybe you know him as that unflinchingly positive guy in your Instagram feed, live-streaming from the gym at 4 a.m. like some sort of impossibly buff motivational speaker. Regardless of how you know him, you know him — and you almost definitely like him. In a world where movie franchises are king, he’s his own franchise. And everybody likes the Rock.

Whether he’s blowing up the box office or just your social media feed, Dwayne Johnson has earned a reputation as Hollywood’s happiest and hardest-working leading man. Now, he’s spreading holiday cheer as the star of EW’s new cover, opening up about his past struggles, current triumphs, and future plans.

“I’ve realized that the No. 1 thing that keeps me motivated and positive is operating like my back’s against the wall,” Johnson tells EW. “Because when my back is against the wall, I feel like there’s only one way to go: You’ve gotta go forward.”

Up next is the action-comedy Jumanji: Welcome the Jungle, which picks up more than two decades after the beloved Robin Williams original. Johnson stars as the heroic adventurer Dr. Smolder Bravestone — or, more specifically, as a nerdy teenager named Spencer who’s been sucked into the jungle world of Jumanji and trapped in Smolder Bravestone’s body. It’s a role that both embraces the movie tropes Johnson’s known for playing and inverts them; in short, he gets to punch some bad guys, but he also has to lead his classmates (who are trapped in the bodies of Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black) through the jungle, all while trying not to break down in tears.

It’s been a while since Johnson has had to tap into his inner awkward teen, but that anxiety isn’t foreign to him. Between playing a high school student and shooting in Hawaii — where he spent some of his own youth — Jumanji found Johnson reflecting on his own adolescence. Sitting down with EW, Johnson opened up about his unlikely path to stardom, from multiple arrests as a teenager and getting cut from the Canadian Football League to wrestling for $40 in Memphis and finally getting cast in his first movie. Even then, it was years before Hollywood knew what to do with a 6-foot-5 wrestler.

“I feel like these days, having lived a bit, I’m on my fourth level, and I have a little bit of experience underneath my belt,” he says now. “There’s a greater level of self awareness that I have. Who I present to the public and who I am at home, I try to make sure they’re as closely connected as possible because I realized some time ago that the greatest and most important thing that I can be is just me.” And when you’re The Rock, that’s a pretty good thing to be.

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Spencer decides he wants out of a relocation deal and instead tries to use ASM to help keep the team in Oakland. He persuades Joe, Mr. Anderson and Julian to back out of a merged offer with the other business group and invest in the city’s long term future. Then, he surprises the league with a charming appeal to keep the team in their city.
Melvin helps him with his new pitch by organizing a protest outside Spencer’s meetings, getting scores of team fans to show their support. ASM wins the bid for a stadium, but the win is bittersweet: The team is still moving to Las Vegas. Spencer won’t agree to any deal that moves the team, so he opts out of the revised offer and gets the Anderson brothers to invest additional capital into the expansion of their sports management business. ASM won’t be sold, they’re only growing.

Reggie helps Vernon convince the league to get his suspension reduced, showing off his natural and maturing negotiation skills. Then, Reggie helps Vernon’s Dallas teammate, star defensive end Dexter Baines, navigate a PR disaster.

Jason arranges an interview for Charles for a vacant GM position in Los Angeles. Charles impresses the organization that he has strategy and leadership savvy to improve their team over the long haul.

Ricky stops at Amber’s door to ensure her he’s committed to her and their child. He proves he’s ready to switch his priorities by announcing his retirement from football.

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Before flying out to Oakland to get final approval on the stadium plan, Spencer talks to Chloe about their last encounter. Concerned about his decreasing fertility, Spencer asks Chloe not to take her morning-after pill. She questions his readiness and motives for fatherhood, and decides to take it.

Unfortunately for Spencer, he learns that Oakland is considering another relocation offer from a group endorsed by Candace and the league. Even Candace thinks Spencer should join forces with the competing offer — he won’t win on his own.

Spencer is further conflicted after spending time with his car driver, Melvin. An Oakland native, Melvin urges him to keep his integrity and drop the relocation plans.

Ricky gets close to finalizing a new contract with New England. But right before he signs the deal, he tells his coach about the concussion. Ricky’s concerned about playing footbal if it hurts his ability to be present for Amber and their unborn child.

Charles’ encounters Siefert packing up his office after his boss-turned-rival was fired by the team. Whatever boost Charles received from winning their year-long power struggle is quickly dashed when he finds out that he might lose his job, too.

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Spencer’s doctor informs him that he isn’t infertile…yet. But, he’ll need to act soon if he wants kids. Later on with Chloe, he acts a little sooner than he intended.

New England wants Ricky to manage his mental health with medication. But Ricky fears the drugs will hurt his game. Dennis convinces him to take the pills and put his health before football.

Charles and Siefert are at odds on the direction of their team. Charles goes up the chain of command to share his concerns about Siefert’s decisions.

Joe takes the ASM team on a staff retreat while the company is being appraised. Word leaks to the team, forcing Spencer to come clean about his plans to sell the division. The entire staff, including Joe, is disenchanted with Spencer’s reasoning.

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