Pain & Gain
Michael Bay directs this ripped-from-the-headlines tale of a group of bodybuilding criminals in a Paramount Pictures producti… Read More
They may have been sweating bullets, but Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, and Anthony Mackie kept their cool at the premiere of “Pain & Gain” in Miami.
The stars of the action/comedy/drama walked the red carpet in South Beach Thursday, April 11, and could not have… Continue reading 'Pain & Gain' Premiere: Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson Keep Cool in Miami (PHOTOS)
This weekend, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson begins his season-long domination of the box office with “Snitch,” a suspenseful crime thriller based on true events.
In the film, Johnson plays John Matthews, a working stiff who hasn’t had much time for his son ever since a nasty divorce. But when his kid gets arrested for drug possession, Matthews must do whatever it takes to help him out. When he learns that his… Continue reading 'Snitch' Review: The Pros and Cons of Dwayne Johnson's New Movie
In the fast-paced action thriller ‘Snitch’, Dwayne Johnson stars as a father whose teenage son is wrongly accused of a drug d… Read More
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stands at a unique position in pop culture. Over the next four months, he’s set to star in four huge movies (“Snitch,” “G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” “Pain and Gain,” and “Fast & Furious 6″). That would be impressive… Continue reading Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson on 'Snitch,' Taking Acting Seriously, and WrestleMania
Paramount Pictures may have found a real American hero in Dwayne Johnson. Deadline reported today that the actor is in talks in to appear in John Chu’s untitled G.I. Joe sequel . Following the story, Johnson himself tweeted a confirmation of sorts, complete with a teaser video constructed out of behind-the-scenes footage from Fast Five . You can check it out in the player below.
“We’ve read your comments,” Johnson… Continue reading Dwayne Johnson Heading to G.I. Joe 2
Both Vin Diesel and Johnson have followed the same career trajectory in starting out in action films, moving over to family comedies which did well, and then they continued making them (obviously making their agents happy for the short term), but then suddenly their careers seemed to just disappear.