As if the casting of Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart together in a remake of Jumanji wasn’t enough, now news has broke that a third comedy star is joining the mix. It’s Jack Black, and this is just getting out of control.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson took to Instagram Monday afternoon to offer an update on the upcoming remake of Jumanji that he’ll be starring in. Among the new was a promise the new film would “forever immortalize” Robin Williams’ character from the first film in “an earnest and cool way.”
When news broke that Sony Pictures was going to remake Jumanji, we were suitably confused. Didn’t the first movie with Robin Williams kind of just get it right? Well, now we have an idea of how filmmaker Jake Kasdan plans on differentiating his version: by casting Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart.
Two of the most ubiquitous stars right now—Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart—are wildly contrasting sizes, so their buddy movie has a built-in visual gag. But there’s one big problem with this Central Intelligence trailer.
For many girls, there’s no greater wish than to become a Disney princess. That dream is about to come true for Auli’i Cravalho of Oahu, Hawaii. She was just cast as the voice of Moana, the star of Disney Animation’s upcoming musical folk adventure.
I’m praying that this movie is more in the mold of Pirates of the Caribbean than Tomorrowland. It doesn’t need to be a brilliant work, it just needs to be fun.
Having just defeated an earthquake, The Rock might soon take on three even bigger monsters. The actor, better known as Dwayne Johnson, is set to produce and star in a film adaptation of the classic 80s video game Rampage.
It's official! Dwayne Johnson has announced he will be playing Shazam's foe Black Adam and not the hero himself in Warner Bros.' upcoming Shazam movie.
After months and months of hints, Dwayne Johnson has finally confirmed he's starring in DC's Shazam movie. Note: He did not confirm he's actually playing Shazam, the superhero formerly known as Captain Marvel — because he's unsure whether he wants to play the hero or his archenemy Black Adam.
In a recent interview with Total Film, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson confirms he's playing a DC superhero that will be announced shortly — a character that "has the power of Superman." Unless there's some major disinformation going on here, it sounds like the Rock is almost certainly Shazam.
The first Hercules trailer for Dwayne Johnson's epic action flick looked alright, but the second trailer appears to be (slightly) more self-aware. Crackin' jokes, fighting slo-mo lions and hydras and mugging for the camera — this is the demigod we want.
Earlier today, Dwayne Johnson tweeted that he and DC Comics have agreed on a character for him to play. But is this Lobo, the space bounty hunter that Johnson has been linked to for years? Or John Stewart, the Green Lantern? We had a chance to talk to the Rock about his superhero role, and here's what he told us.
Here's your first look at the year's second Hercules movie — and this time, Herc is played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, and he's bringing the full power of Greek myth to the story of the super-strong demigod.
But which ones? On the one hand, we have this first great picture of Dwayne Johnson as the Greek demigod himself, shrouded in the skin of the Nemean lion, looking like the son of Zeus stepped down from Mount Olympus itself. On the other hand, this movie is by Brett Ratner. Is this a test from the gods?
The news of Paramount's purchase of the Terminator franchise was met with a resounding "just let it die already." But how does adding The Rock, a.k.a. Dwayne Johnson make you feel? Bewildered? Betrayed? Is ANYONE EXCITED ABOUT THIS MOVIE?
Yes, Brett Ratner, director of X-Men: The Last Stand, is doing a sword-and-sandal movie about Hercules, which is slated for release on July 25, 2014. The film begins shooting any day now, with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson playing Herc. Be very, very afraid.
DeviantArt is home to thousands of online illustrations, designs and doodles, but now it's inspired a movie! Alex Panagopoulos' fantastic depiction of what happens to our Teddy Bears once we've gone to sleep has inspired actor Dwayne Johnson produce a full feature film.
Holy crap, does G.I. Joe: Retaliation look like the kind of movie that requires you to sneak a bottle of rye into the theater and scream at the screen at the top of your lungs. (That's a good thing!) So many quips, so many guns, and all sorts of ridiculous high-tech gadgetry. This is the G.I. Joe movie we deserve. …
The Rock is here to teach you about being a man, while man-handling tiny elephants and riding around on giant bees. The Rock is strong but sensitive, and he's downright eager to guide you over the threshold into a new world of confusing sexuality, in which the scat of massive birds sprays all over people's faces and…
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island includes The Rock flexing his biceps while fighting off a giant electric eel and screaming, "Show me that 1,000 Watt Smile!" Watch six new clips — including Michael Caine acting like a lunatic and Josh Hutcherson channeling the sex appeal of a child's teddy bear. This could pose a…