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March 2013 IDJ fan of the month

Congratulations Reem you are our March 2013 DJ fan of the month!

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Reason you are a fan:
Endless reasons why I admire this guy, ambition guy who follows his dreams..Everything in life has a purpose for Dwayne. No matter what his dreams were, becoming a wrestler, acting or football, he did extremely well because he wasn’t afraid to follow his dreams, I feel proud being a member of his Team.. Continue reading

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Dwayne filming The Hero on set in Columbus | Video

They continue the filming of ‘The Hero’ in Columbus

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After having a long day American actor and wrestler Dwayne The Rock Johnson finished this Friday, February 22, his recordings in the city of Columbus.  According to local authorities consulted, Johnson had to record yesterday, Friday, in the city of Columbus presenting the reality show The Hero.
Johnson also filmed in various locations yesterday colonenses scenes to be used for the final part of reality.

SECOND DAY

In Columbus only continue recording today, Saturday, the rest of the production team and the participants of the reality show, who will be living during the month of March in a home in Panama City.  Johnson’s presence caused much excitement among the residents of the city of Columbus, however, could not get autographs because the area was restricted.

Local authorities could not reveal where Prensa.com today would be made ??recordings of The Hero in Columbus.
Besides Columbus Johnson, who achieved worldwide fame through their involvement in the film The Mummy Returns, filmed on location in Panama City.

The TNT plans to release The Hero in the summer season in the United States.

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‘Headhunters’ Star Joining Dwayne Johnson in ‘Hercules’ (Exclusive)

Aksel Hennie, the star of the Norwegian thriller Headhunters, has booked his first studio gig, joining Dwayne Johnson in Hercules, the MGM-Paramount co-production based on a Radical Studios graphic novel.

Brett Ratner is directing the big-budget tentpole, which is being produced by Beau Flynn, Barry Levine and Ratner. Executive producers are Peter Berg, Sarah Aubrey and Jesse Berger.

The take on the project grounds the classic hero and ditches the supernatural, making Hercules not the son of Zeus but rather a mortal with a fearsome reputation. He leads a team of mercenaries on a job where all ominously is not what it appears. Continue reading

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TNT The Hero website open + videos detailing more about the series!

TNT has officially opened The Hero website. It has videos of Dwayne talking about the series coming this summer as well as the 1st promo video we posted a few weeks ago. Make sure to check it out. Dwayne has already started filming the series in Panama.
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This summer, America will weigh in every week to help decide what it means to be a hero. Don’t miss The Hero on TNT, featuring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson!

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WWE Magazine Feb & March 2013 Scans added

I have added scans of The Rock from WWE Magazine February and March 2013 issues. The March 2013 issue is available in 3 covers. The Rock, John Cena and Brock Lesnar. I also believe the John Cena cover has a pull out poster of The Rock in it. I have not seen the John or Brock covers here though :( Please check the scans in the galleries:

 

WWE Magazine March 2013 (New)

 WWE Magazine February 2013

Weekend Report: ‘Identity Thief’ Steals Back the Top Spot on Quiet Weekend

As widely expected, the final weekend of February was another dour one, which brings to an end an extremely disappointing month at the box office.

With Sunday’s Academy Awards serving as a distraction for many moviegoers, newcomers Snitch and Dark Skies both got off to middling starts. As a result, 2013’s first major hit Identity Thief moved back in to the lead in its third weekend.

The top 12 earned $88.3 million this weekend, which is down 22 percent from the same weekend last year.

Identity Thief fell 41 percent to $14 million this weekend. Through 17 days, the Jason Bateman-Melissa McCarthy comedy has earned $93.6 million, which makes it the highest-grossing movie of 2013 ahead of Django Unchained ($90.5 million). By Friday, Identity Thief will become the first 2013 movie to pass $100 million, and it should have little difficulty matching director Seth Gordon’s Horrible Bosses, which ended its run with $117.5 million.

Snitch opened in second place with $13.2 million from 2,511 locations. While that’s on the low end for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, it is at least better than his gritty 2010 actioner Faster ($12 million in its five-day start). It’s also a vast improvement over recent tough-guy flops Broken City ($8.3 million), Parker ($7 million), The Last Stand ($6.3 million) and Bullet to the Head ($4.5 million). Continue reading

Fan of the month needed for March!

Hey fans we don’t have any fans of the month??!? Its almost March and we don’t have a fan. So please submit your name for fan of the month we need quite a few!

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Snitch Box office Report 2/22/2013

I have added a box office chart to the side bar to keep up with Snitch at the box office.  I wanted to get an idea for the Friday opening numbers so I have posted those in the sidebar. After this week they will be updated with weekly totals.  Here’s how Snitch did on February 22, 2013:

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Rank* Title Friday2/22(Estimates)
1 SNITCHSummit EntertainmentTheaters: 2,511 $4,140,000

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‘Snitch’ Review: Drama Shows A Serious Side Of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson | The Huffington Post

LOS ANGELES — Although it sometimes accompanies fine films such as “Zero Dark Thirty” and “Argo,” the phrase “inspired by a true story” tacked onto the front of a movie too often warns you that you’re about to see something “inspiring” in the most hackneyed, triumph-of-the-human-spirit sort of way.

What’s surprising about “Snitch” is that, rather than taking the reductive path of offering innocuous emotional uplift or one-man-army action, it generates a feeling of real desperation and fear as it shows a man getting in way over his head when he takes on some very bad guys. In other words, this is a pretty good film starring an actor named Dwayne Johnson, not a commodity with The Rock as a hood ornament.

Summit’s main commercial hopes still rest with the mainstream action crowd – which likely will be satisfied despite the film’s refusal to dish out doses of bodily harm like clockwork – but for Johnson, this could broaden the perception of the sorts of roles he can play as he pushes into his 40s. Continue reading

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‘Snitch’: How Much Do Critics Like Dwayne Johnson’s New Crime Thriller?

The movie repertoire of Dwayne Johnson is nothing if not a roller coaster of ups and downs. With each good film, there seems to be a smattering of bad films — in the eyes of critics, at least. However, Johnson’s latest movie, Snitch, could be a serious “up” for the actor.

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Scheduled for release on Friday, February 22nd, the crime-drama revolves around a freight company owner who gets involved in the inner workings of drug cartels in order to save his son from a life in prison. The margin for error in this type of film is colossal: It’s easy for directors and actors in action films to get too trigger happy, so to speak, and overrun the movie with literal action, with no substance to make it mean anything emotionally.

Having said that, early reviews of the film are in, and the general critical consensus is that it’s a surprisingly effective showcase for Johnson’s acting chops.

Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter

“What’s surprising about Snitch is that, rather than taking the reductive path of offering innocuous emotional uplift or one-man-army action, it generates a feeling of real desperation and fear as it shows a man getting in way over his head when he takes on some very bad guys. In other words, this is a pretty good film starring an actor named Dwayne Johnson, not a commodity with The Rock as a hood ornament…”

Peter Debruge, Variety

“It’s nice to have actors of [Susan] Sarandon and [Barry] Pepper’s caliber onboard for the office-bound wheeler-dealer scenes, but mostly, it’s the prospect of witnessing Johnson at the helm of an 18-wheeler as he rams his way through machine-gun fire that excites…” Continue reading

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‘Snitch’: How Much Do Critics Like Dwayne Johnson’s New Crime Thriller?

The movie repertoire of Dwayne Johnson is nothing if not a roller coaster of ups and downs. With each good film, there seems to be a smattering of bad films — in the eyes of critics, at least. However, Johnson’s latest movie, Snitch, could be a serious “up” for the actor.

snitchstills-3

Scheduled for release on Friday, February 22nd, the crime-drama revolves around a freight company owner who gets involved in the inner workings of drug cartels in order to save his son from a life in prison. The margin for error in this type of film is colossal: It’s easy for directors and actors in action films to get too trigger happy, so to speak, and overrun the movie with literal action, with no substance to make it mean anything emotionally.

Having said that, early reviews of the film are in, and the general critical consensus is that it’s a surprisingly effective showcase for Johnson’s acting chops.

Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter

“What’s surprising about Snitch is that, rather than taking the reductive path of offering innocuous emotional uplift or one-man-army action, it generates a feeling of real desperation and fear as it shows a man getting in way over his head when he takes on some very bad guys. In other words, this is a pretty good film starring an actor named Dwayne Johnson, not a commodity with The Rock as a hood ornament…”

Peter Debruge, Variety

“It’s nice to have actors of [Susan] Sarandon and [Barry] Pepper’s caliber onboard for the office-bound wheeler-dealer scenes, but mostly, it’s the prospect of witnessing Johnson at the helm of an 18-wheeler as he rams his way through machine-gun fire that excites…” Continue reading

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USA Today Snitch Review

Drama and suspense fuel a surprisingly effective thriller, more than car chases and action.

Snitch is about the lengths to which a father will go to protect his son.

The film (* * * out of four; rated PG-13; opening Friday nationwide) is at its most intriguing when trained on that dramatic focus, rather than on chase scenes and menacing exchanges between two-bit hoods and narco kingpins.

Dwayne Johnson plays John Matthews, the owner of a Missouri construction company, whose estranged teenage son, Jason (Rafi Gavron), is framed on a drug-dealing charge.

Because of tightened legislation, first-time offender Jason is thrown in prison, even though he’s innocent. A buddy set him up for the fall. He’s facing a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years.

Matthews is divorced from Jason’s mom, Sylvie (Melina Kanakaredes), is remarried and has a young daughter. Continue reading