• Dwayne Johnson Is Considering a Presidential Run. but What Is He Missing?

    8 days ago - By Extra TV

    Is Dwayne Johnson ready to go from action hero to president?
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  • Sorry, The Rock Isn't Running For President In 2020

    Sorry, The Rock Isn't Running For President In 2020

    8 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Bad news for fans of actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson: he doesn't actually have plans to run for president in 2020. For those who really wanted to see The Rock sitting in the Oval Office, the chances of him trying to achieve that are now next to zero. There has been a lot of discussion about the former pro wrestler now actor running for President in 2020. Considering the current state of politics that has a reality star now living in the White House, such conversation isn't exactly all that far-fetched. Actor Ronald Reagan managed to spend eight years as president, and bodybuilder and actor...
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  • ‘Skyscraper' Review: Dwayne Johnson Charms in a Decent ‘Die Hard' Riff

    ‘Skyscraper' Review: Dwayne Johnson Charms in a Decent ‘Die Hard' Riff

    8 days ago - By Slash Film

    It is the height of chutzpah for Universal Pictures to release Skyscraper , the latest action-movie event starring Dwayne Johnson , on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the film to which it owes a massive debt, Die Hard. Though Skyscraper isn't solely derivative of the seminal action movie about a down-on-his-luck cop who has to fend off a series of Eurotrash terrorists while trapped in a fancy high-rise, it's unable to escape from the shadows of better action films. Johnson is charming as always, even if the film around him can't measure up.
    Here, Johnson plays Will Sawyer, a security...
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  • Dwayne Johnson Explains Why He Stopped Going by ‘The Rock' for a While

    8 days ago - By The Wrap

    For a short time there, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was just Dwayne Johnson, sidestepping the professional wrestling nickname that made the movie star a true WWE Superstar. Um, what was that all about?
    “I was tired of trying to be something I wasn't,” Johnson told Jamie Foxx on an upcoming episode of digital series “Off Script.” “I was told at that time, ‘Listen, you can't talk about wrestling. You can't go by ‘The Rock.' You can't be as big .'”
    That bad advice came up just before the release of 2005 movie “Southland Tales.” The name change didn't feel right, and it didn't last long.
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