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May 23, 2015
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Dwayne Johnson – Dwayne Johnson’s impressed by beautiful Kyle Minogue

Dwayne Johnson ‘The Rock’ revealed he came on the set on his day off just to see pop princes Kylie Minogue act. The Rock gushed over her saying she was ”beautiful”.

Dwayne Johnson ‘The Rock’ went onto the set of ‘San Andreas’ on his day off just to see Kylie Minogue.

The wrestling champion-turned-actor was so ”impressed” with the Aussie pop star – who he got to know well while working on the disaster movie – and said she exceeded all expectations with her cameo.

May 21, 2015
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Dwayne Johnson San Andreas UK World Premiere Interview | Video

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Cassam Looch from HeyUGuys interviews Dwayne Johnson for his movie San Andreas. He also talks about returning to WWE and working on Shazam! as character Black Adam.

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May 20, 2015
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Dwayne Johnson Reflects on His Career: ‘I Was Willing to Take a Risk’ | Variety

Christy Grosz

Plausibility isn’t usually a concern for the fans who flock to see action star Dwayne Johnson flex his formidable muscles onscreen. But just like the wrestler-actor himself, his May 29 release, “San Andreas,” which revolves around a catastrophic earthquake, has a bit more substance behind the action.

“We had the top seismologists challenge the script,” says Johnson, who will be honored at a hand- and footprint ceremony May 19 at TCL’s Chinese Theater. “They walked away saying everything in this script is plausible, including the tsunami. I had never gone into a project that had that level of research and detail by the experts.”

“San Andreas” comes on the heels of Johnson’s April box office bonanza “Furious 7” and is part of a summer one-two punch that shows just how much he’s expanded his oeuvre over the past few years. Just weeks after “San Andreas” destroys Los Angeles on the bigscreen, Johnson will produce and star in his first scripted series, “Ballers,” which bows June 21 on HBO.

May 20, 2015
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Dwayne Johnson, Star of ‘San Andreas,’ Is Solid. Solid as a …


BURLINGTON, Mass. — Dwayne Johnson, better known until recently as the Rock, is a touch-y guy. A hand on the shoulder, a guiding elbow tap — moving across a studio here for his next movie, he used his 6-foot-4 frame as a form of leadership. Not that you’d be likely to miss him otherwise.

Mr. Johnson made sure of that, hoisting a 10-foot-ladder around scurrying crew members and clowning with a makeup artist, flinching when she patted his brow. As any fan who has followed him from the wrestling ring to the big screen knows, Mr. Johnson is, above all, a goofball.


The entertaining thing came naturally, early on. “I used to think I was Elvis, Sam Cooke,” he said. “I’d perform Richard Pryor monologues, like softly, because my mom didn’t know I was listening, sneaking the tapes, at the time. I was 9.”

May 20, 2015
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Dwayne talks Deflategate and Wrestlemania 32 | Sports Ilustrated

LOS ANGELES – Finally, The Rock has arrived… in Hollywood.

Dwayne Johnson’s films have grossed over $2 billion since his debut in “The Mummy Returns” in 2001. His new movie – action thriller “San Andreas,” which opens nationwide on May 29 – serves as the latest reminder Johnson possesses the acting chops and versatility to lead a major Hollywood production.

siDespite the distance between Tinseltown and Titan Towers, Johnson remains the “People’s Champ.” The grounded megastar offered his perspective on Hollywood success, his future in wrestling, and even commented on the “Deflategate” controversy.

“I had a coach, his name was Ed Orgeron, and he was our defensive line coach at the University of Miami,” said Johnson, who helped the Hurricanes capture the NCAA football national championship in 1991. “He’s a phenomenal coach and crazy as all hell. His sentiment to something like this is how we feel as defensive players.”

Johnson was fond of the expression, “It doesn’t matter!” during his time in wrestling. The same can be said for his opinion on over-inflated footballs, under-inflated ones, and the Wells Report.

“We were raised in an environment at the University of Miami where Ed would say, ‘We don’t give a f—,’” explained Johnson. “You go after the quarterback the exact same way. You pin your ears back and get after it. And if the quarterback is able to get the ball off, then it’s your fault.”

May 20, 2015
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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson on How He Embarrasses His Teenage Daughter

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“Extra’s” Charissa Thompson sat down with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to talk about his new film, “San Andreas.”

The wrestler-turned-actor, who plays a divorced rescue helicopter pilot searching for his teenage daughter after a massive earthquake hits California, revealed he could relate to the character as the divorced dad of his own teenage daughter, Simone.

“I know what it’s like to be divorced, I know what it’s like to struggle in relationships, I know what it’s like to have a pretty good job and be pretty good at your job, but at the same time have insecurities,” he explained.

Johnson continued to say he drew on his real life experiences, “I drew on the awesome relationship I have today with my teenage daughter cause there’s no greater bond than daddy-daughter.”

May 19, 2015
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Which Co-Stars Would Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Save in an Earthquake? | Video

Just last year, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson starred in “Hercules,” which grossed more than $243 million worldwide. 11259607_397392270464536_1561024048_nNow he’s looking to shake up the box office again, with his new earthquake disaster film, “San Andreas.” Hewing to the theme of the movie, “The Insider with Yahoo” correspondent Michael Yo caught up with the 43-year-old dad to find out just how prepared he is for the Big One. Check out this video to hear which two of his three “San Andreas” co-stars – Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Hart or Vin Diesel – The Rock would save in a quake, and tune in to “The Insider with Yahoo” on TV Tonight for the latest in entertainment news.

source: CelebrityYahoo!

May 19, 2015
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Dwayne Johnson on the making of San Andreas interview | Video

Dwayne Johnson On The Making Of ‘San Andreas’

May 18, 2015 03:56 AM EDT

Dwayne Johnson tells Access’ Stephanie Bauer about the hard work that went into the making of his action-thriller, “San Andreas.”

source: accesshollywood

May 18, 2015
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Dwayne appearances for May 18th – 22nd

  • May 19 @ 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM – Dwayne Johnson Hand and Footprint Ceremony Grauman’s Chinese Theatre
  • May 20 @ 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM – Today Show on NBC
  • May 21 @ 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM – LIVE WITH KELLY & MICHAEL – Check your listings for time and channel
  • May 21 @ 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM – San Andreas UK Red Carpet Premiere – Odeon cinema, Leicester Square
  • May 21 @ 11:35 PMET The Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon on NBC
  • May 22 @ 10:35 PM – 11:35 PM – The Graham Norton Show on BBC ONE

*All times EST

See the calendar for full listings and details

May 18, 2015
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Dwayne Johnson Has The Sweetest Reaction To A Letter From Steven Spielberg

spielbergletterGrinnin’ now like a big ass kid… When I was 8yrs old I sat front row to see a sold out INDIANA JONES in its opening weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina. I walked out of that theater excited and wanted to be “Indy”.. cool, funny, charming with the ladies and kickin’ ass w/ a smile. But at 8yrs old I was also perfectly content playing w/ my Star Wars figures and sneaking off listening to Richard Pryor concerts. Throughout the years I’ve credited this man and his movies as being my greatest inspiration in becoming an actor and wanting to always make “his kind” of movies – entertaining, quality and above all else.. heart. Just receiving this personal letter from him and its not only made me incredibly humbled and grateful, but it’s also brought me back to being that 8yr old boy again who not only loves movies, but I now get to make the movies I love and enjoy the impact they have on others. THANK YOU STEVEN SPIELBERG for these inspiring and motivating words in your letter and cheers to making sure I’m always listening to that little voice in my gut. #CoolestGiftEver #BigAss8yrOldKid #SpielbergInspired

Earlier today, Johnson appeared at the San Andreas press conference in Los Angeles, California.

Members of the press tossed questions about first responders, disasters, and how the film manages to display humanity, but when the subject of Spielberg’s letter came up, Johnson quickly became very humbled. He joked at first, saying that he received a letter from “the director of Raiders of the Lost Ark,” but was not a “name dropper,” but coughed “Steven Spielberg,” into the microphone.

May 17, 2015
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How Dwayne Johnson Lives His Best Life Oprah Magazine June 2015

djoprahsmallThe multifaceted actor (and O staff crush)—who stars in the action thriller San Andreas, in theaters May 29—fills up on pizza and winds down in Hawaii.

Best Karaoke Routine
I always start with “Chain Gang” by Sam Cooke because he’s my favorite artist and it’s a tune everybody loves. Then I go into “Kissing a Fool” by George Michael. Not a lot of people know the words, but when enough alcohol has been served, that song brings the house down.
Best Guilty Pleasure
A double-dough pizza, half pepperoni, half Hawaiian. I live just outside Fort Lauderdale, and a place nearby takes two large pies and bakes them together. It’s my cheat day meal—nothing’s off-limits—so I go all out.

Best Getaway
Hawaii. I lived on the Big Island as a kid, and as soon as I get off the plane, I can feel the aloha spirit. The people are so warm and inviting, and between the ocean and the quiet, there’s no better place to recharge and reset.

Best Advice
It’s nice to be important, but more important to be nice. I heard that from a friend when I was about 15, and I’ve never forgotten it. No matter who you are, being kind is the easiest thing you can do.

Best Childhood Memory
When I was about 9, I started questioning whether Santa Claus was real, so my parents arranged for him to come to our house with the toys from my list. I was an only child, and my dad was a wrestler, so we moved around a lot, and it was important to them to keep some magic in my childhood. I appreciate it even more now that I’m a father myself.

Best Quick Dish
An amazing egg-white omelet. I don’t really know how to cook, so the fact that I can whip one up is what makes it so amazing.

*From the June 2015 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine

May 17, 2015
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Dwayne Johnson Confirms Return for ‘Furious 8,’ Talks Spinoff Plans

Dwayne Johnson is a mega star, whose charisma alone can elevate an otherwise mediocre action film (his bulk and toughness don’t hurt, either). The wrestler-turned-actor is currently promoting San Andreas, which looks to be another so-so movie that will draw and entertain audiences based on his star power alone. While doing press for that film, Johnson gave a couple of quick updates on a franchise we’re all a bit more interested in: Fast and Furious.

During a press conference for San Andreas (via Collider), Johnson was asked if Hobbs would return for Furious 8, to which he replied, “Of course. It can’t go on without Hobbs.” You’re damn right, Dwayne Johnson. You’re damn right. So far, all we know of the eighth installment in the franchise is that Vin Diesel will definitely return (because you can’t have a Fast and Furious movie without Dom, either), and the film is targeting an April 14, 2017 release date.

May 16, 2015
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Ocean Drive: Dany Garcia Our 2015 Women of Influence

If all of Miami is a stage—and an international one at that—these women are the lead players. From real estate to politics and entertainment, they are the visionaries, community supporters, and thought leaders who’ve built Miami’s past, and are shaping its future.

The Entertainment Empress: Dany Garcia


The Plantation-based founder and president of The Garcia Companies, Dany Garcia also talent-manages talent including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (her ex-husband), is a cofounder and producing partner with Johnson of $7 Bucks Productions, is the first-ever Women’s Physique Division athlete signed to the Weider roster, and is dedicated to her family and giving back.

To what type of projects are you drawn? First, it has to resonate with me in a way that I can see it as an extension of myself. I’m confident if something moves me, it’s going to resonate with audiences. I want them to be moved, entertained, and to be a different person at the end of it. Whether it’s Ballers, [TNT’s] Wake Up Call, or G.I. Joe: Retaliation, it should make an impact.

What made HBO’s Ballers, out in June, so exciting? It’s a love story to the NFL and to Miami. It’s the truth about what happens when [athletes] leave the field and they’re struggling and trying to be better. For Dwayne and I, we know where these stories came from.

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