Tag - Dwayne Johnson

Moana with The Rock keeps its #1 spot in box office charts

The animated feature Moana with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson kept its number one spot in the box office chart this weekend with an estimated weekend gross of $28,373,000 according to Box Office Mojo. The movie has so far grossed nearly $120 million domestically plus almost $58 million internationally for a worldwide box office sum of...

Dwayne Johnson rocks the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine

2016 was a great year for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and it’s ending in style too as he is featured on this week’s double issue of Sports Illustrated with the cover line, “Dwayne Johnson Owns Hollywood: How Football Helped Create the Ultimate Baller.” SI’s Senior Writer Alan Shipnuck digs deep with Johnson about his past football...

Dwayne Johnson producing wrestling comedy series for FOX

Variety is reporting that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is developing a wrestling comedy series for FOX through his Seven Bucks Productions company. Joining Johnson in producing this show will be Will Ferrell’s Gary Sanchez Productions company while Andrew Gurland will write the pilot. The single-cam, hourlong comedy series offers a...

Dwayne Johnson tops Forbes’ highest-paid actor list

There’s no stopping Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Forbes announced that he has surpassed Robert Downey Jr., to become the world’s highest-paid actor, getting a massive $64.5 million so far in 2016. The former WWE champion more than doubled his 2015 earnings, getting money from upfront fees for movies including Central Intelligence and Fast...

Dwayne Johnson gets pissed at Fast & Furious 8 co-stars

It seems that The Rock was about to whoop some candy ass for real on the set of Fast & Furious 8 as the former WWE champion voiced his frustration and disappointment with some of his male co-stars. In a post on Instagram, Johnson said that there’s no other franchise he’s involved in that gets his blood boiling more than the Fast &...

Dwayne Johnson’s Ballers picked up for third season by HBO

After just two episodes from season two, Dwayne Johnson announced in an Instagram post that HBO has picked up his show Ballers for its third season. “Congratulations to our hard working cast, crew, producers and our show’s creator Stephen Levinson. Thank you to our home network HBO,” Johnson wrote, before thanking his fans for tuning in...