Kevin Hart & Dwayne Johnson Admit They’re ‘Highly Competitive’

Kevin Hart & Dwayne Johnson Admit They’re ‘Highly Competitive’
May 23, 2016 11:09 PM PDT
While promoting their new comedy, “Central Intelligence,” Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson talk about their competitive spirit. Plus, watch Dwayne hilariously describe his character in the film, Bob Stone.


Dwayne Johnson vs. Kevin Hart: Who’s Got the Better Butt?

Dwayne Johnson vs. Kevin Hart: Who’s Got the Better Butt?
The “Central Intelligence” stars reveal who they think has the hottest posterior! Plus, has Kevin Hart ever used a butt double? Get the scoop!


Dwayne Johnson On Bullies, Fanny Packs, And Everything ’90s In ‘Central Intelligence’

Dwayne Johnson, the former professional wrestler dubbed “The Rock” (whom we all still call “The Rock” anyway), is a national treasure. Aside from starring in one of the most financially successful action movie franchises in history, the 44-year-old acting polymath boasts a resumé bedazzled with hit television shows, surprisingly good-looking film adaptations of classic programs, and pretty much the entire internet. He’s also, as this reporter and a roundtable of others found out last July on a Boston film set, apparently one of the nicest people in the business. Which is good news, because his neck was approximately the same width as our combined thighs.

Among the many, many projects Johnson has lined up for the next few years, his latest is Central Intelligence, an original action-comedy by We’re the Millersdirector Rawson Marshall Thurber and Mindy Project writers Ike Barinholtz and David Stassen. He plays Bob Stone, a badass CIA operative who recruits the one guy who didn’t bully him in high school, Calvin (Kevin Hart), to help him with a mission of the utmost importance. Sounds like your typical buddy comedy movie, right?

In a sense, Central Intelligence is precisely that. Yet as Johnson explained it to us as he answered our questions, it’s also about bullies and what it takes to stand up to them. Hence we witnessed the filming of a surprisingly tense, ugly, and action-free scene that hot July day, one involving Johnson, Hart, and an actor making a surprise cameo. Bob was physically the biggest thing in the room, but he was reduced to a scared, insecure teenager because of a slew of nasty words.

So what we saw in that scene, is that kind of indicative of who your character is when we meet him?

Right, when we meet him, he’s incredibly shy. Bullied unmercifully, he has a lot of quirks and idiosyncrasies. So that’s who we meet in the beginning of the movie. Because he was bullied, he quit high school after this one particular event. He decides to change his life. He works for the CIA and becomes very efficient as an operative. And, like a lot of things in life, when it’s time to pay the piper and face your greatest fears, sometimes it goes well and sometimes it doesn’t. In this case, [the character played by the actor making a surprise cameo] is my greatest fear.

He’s a different character for you. We’re used toyou as an alpha who’s always very confident.

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Central Intelligence to Screen as Opening Night Film at the 20th American Black Film Festival on June 15, 2016 in Miami


New York, New York (May 24, 2016) – The new action comedy Central Intelligence, from director Rawson Marshall Thurber (We’re the Millers, Dodgeball) will screen on opening night of the 20th American Black Film Festival on Wednesday, June 15, at the Olympia Theater, 174 East Flagler Street, Miami. The opening night film is presented by the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (MPAA), courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures, in advance of its nationwide release. Continue reading


Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart Talk moments worth paying for- Video


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Camp WWE Photos added

Added photos of Camp WWE featuring The Rock.

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Panic ensues after someone shaves off The Rock’s eyebrow and Ric Flair is tasked with helping the Great One regain his mojo

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The Rock Pledges to Honor Robin Williams in the Jumanji Reboot

“The love and respect I have for this man is boundless”

Following a Tuesday meeting regarding the Jumanji reboot, Dwayne Johnson, a.k.a. The Rock, took to Instagram to promise fans that his retelling of the beloved story will honor Robin Williams, who played Alan Parrish in the 1995 version of the film.

The 44-year-old actor shared this message in the caption of a photo of himself holding a copy of the Chris Van Allsburg book on which the movie is based. “An important thing that I want to be honest and bring up is Robin Williams,” he wrote. “The love and respect I have for this man is boundless. You have my word, we will honor his name and the character of ‘Alan Parrish’ will stand alone and be forever immortalized in the world of JUMANJI in an earnest and cool way.”

Johnson also revealed that news about who will be playing the five main roles in the upcoming remake will be announced later this week.

The new Jumanji is set to hit theaters July 28, 2017.


TIME: 100 Most Influential People – Dwayne Johnson

By Peter Berg

Action hero, future President
I first became aware of Dwayne Johnson when my then 8-year-old nephew started going around screaming, “Can you smell what the Rock is cooking?” I didn’t understand it until he showed me Dwayne’s wrestling videos. I was quickly hooked.

We eventually worked together on our movie The Rundown as he was pivoting to acting, and I was immediately struck by his work ethic. As his 100 million followers on social media know, this guy is up every day at 4 a.m. and hardly ever goes to sleep. On top of that, he has the kind of open and engaged personality that genuinely makes people feel really good when he’s around.

Unlike other action heroes, Dwayne is willing to laugh at himself, and that’s made him one of the most vital pieces of the blockbuster Fast & Furious movies—among too many others to count. He has proved to be that rare combination of likable, creative and talented—but he’s also a solid businessman.

My master plan: Dwayne becomes the governor of Florida in eight years and the President in 12, and he’s the best President we’ve had since Ronald Reagan.

Berg is an actor, director and producer


Baywatch Set Photos April 20th

Added 30 photos from the set of Baywatch filming in Savannah, Georgia

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Central Intelligence: Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart talk about their worst high school memories and more

Time has a funny way of flipping the script on high school stereotypes. That’s the setup for Central Intelligence, which pairs a chubby geek-turned-chiseled CIA agent (Dwayne Johnson, 43) with a BMOC-turned-accountant (Kevin Hart, 36) at their high school reunion. Their mission? To save the world, of course.

Here, they talk about looking good and relive a few cringe-worthy high school memories.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Kevin and Dwayne, which real-life skill do you think the other has that would come in handy for saving the world?
KEVIN HART: You know what I have? The ability to not care about anybody but myself. I’m really good at saving myself. DJ, on the other hand? DJ is the one you want on your side.
DWAYNE JOHNSON: ‘Cause I care about people.
HART: There’s a scene in San Andreas where the girl got to see who her stepdad really was when he took off and never came back. That would be me. DJ saves everyone. I’m never gonna do that, ever.

In the movie, there are a few flashback scenes to high school. What’s your worst high school memory?
HART: Mine was definitely my moms whupping me in front of my ninth-grade class. I wanted to try out for the basketball team, but the tryouts were at 6 a.m. and I lived almost an hour away from the school, so I had to leave the house at, like, 4 a.m. to make it. My moms didn’t want me on public transportation that early, so I set all the clocks in the house [forward], including her watch. So at 4 a.m. it looked like 6 a.m., when I’d already be leaving the house. My moms got to work like two hours early, and when no one was there, she started to check the clocks. Then she took the day off, came up to the school, and beat the mess out of me.
JOHNSON: My mom didn’t whup me, but I definitely was a delinquent in the ninth grade, getting arrested. The cops wanted me for something, and they came into my classroom. That was embarrassing.
HART: Really? ‘Cause that sounds cool.

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John Cena Praises The Rock For Continuing to Return to WWE

John Cena recently spoke with The Wrap to promote last night’s “American Grit” premiere, and during the interview Cena talked about The Rock’s success outside of WWE. Cena had the following to say about Rock consistently returning to WWE despite his busy Hollywood schedule:

“[I] can only hope to be mentioned in the same conversation as him. Dwayne [Johnson] never forgets the passionate fans of the WWE, never forgets what the WWE did for him as a human being. He’s a stand-up guy, and the fact he’s succeeded in so many ventures in life and still always finds his way back ‘home’ — as I like to say — it’s extremely impressive, it speaks volumes of him and his character.”

source: wrestlezone

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Meet Dwayne Johnson on the Set of Baywatch The Movie

Meet Dwayne Johnson on the Set of Baywatch The Movie

Visit the set of Hollywood’s most hotly-anticipated remake, ’90s TV show “Baywatch,” and enjoy the beach. Airfare and hotel accommodations are included in this package.
The Experience

“Baywatch” is coming back and its leading man, Dwayne Johnson, wants you to join him on set. Go behind the scenes as the crew and actors film the hotly anticipated remake of the iconic ’90s TV show. Dwayne plays a veteran lifeguard who takes a young new lifeguard, played by Zac Efron, under his wing. The two dreamboats then join forces to protect their beloved beach.

IfOnly has arranged for you and a friend to make the trip — hotel and airfare included — to Savannah, Georgia, where the crew will be filming parts of the movie. While visiting the set you’ll have a chance to chat with Dwayne between scenes, and you will also have an opportunity to take a photo with him. Enter now — and don’t miss this chance to watch The Rock jog in slow motion along the beach.

All proceeds will directly benefit The Charlotte and Gwenyth Gray Foundation in the race to #CureBatten.

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson accepts the Shorty Award for Best Actor