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5 things to binge-watch this weekend: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson edition : usatoday





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5 things to binge-watch this weekend: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson edition

5 things to binge-watch this weekend: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson edition
5 things to binge-watch this weekend: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson edition
The Rock, in his many forms.(Photo: USA TODAY/HBO; Universal; Warner Bros.; Paramount; Disney)Welcome to the year of The Rock.Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is the Sexiest Man Alive.
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Mick Foley on his Montreal Screwjob protest and Dwayne the Rock Johnson as president in 2020

Mick Foley on his Montreal Screwjob protest and Dwayne the Rock Johnson as president in 2020
Mick Foley on his Montreal Screwjob protest and Dwayne the Rock Johnson as president in 2020
WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley explains that even though he was not the most athletic wrestler, he always found a way to connect with the WWE universe.Foley also talks about what his post, in-ring life is like.(2:37)It's the first time that WWE's annual Survivor Series pay-per-view, now in its 30th year, returns to Canada since 1997.
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Dwayne Johnson Does Not Regret Instagram Post on 'Fast 8′ Set Drama

Dwayne Johnson Does Not Regret Instagram Post on 'Fast 8′ Set Drama
Dwayne Johnson Does Not Regret Instagram Post on 'Fast 8′ Set Drama
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson spoke out on Instagram back in August about drama on the set of Fast 8 and months later, it does not seem like he regrets his words.The 44-year-old actor called out his male co-stars and said that some of them are "stand up men and true professionals" while others are "candy asses." It was later revealed that there was a feud brewing between Dwayne and Vin Diesel.Now, Dwayne is opening up about the viral post in an interview with Los Angeles Times.
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Dwayne Johnson Doesn't Regret 'Fast 8' Drama With Co-Stars: 'I Was Very Clear With What I Said'

Dwayne Johnson Doesn't Regret 'Fast 8' Drama With Co-Stars: 'I Was Very Clear With What I Said'
Dwayne Johnson Doesn't Regret 'Fast 8' Drama With Co-Stars: 'I Was Very Clear With What I Said'
Dwayne Johnson made headlines this summer during the filming of the upcoming "Fast and the Furious" sequel when he called out some of his co-stars by accusing them of being on-set divas and "candy-asses" in an incendiary Facebook post."My female co-stars are always amazing and I love 'em," wrote The Rock."My male co-stars however are a different story.
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Dwayne Johnson Defends "Fast 8" Feud Rant

Dwayne Johnson Defends "Fast 8" Feud Rant
Dwayne Johnson Defends
Truth rating: 10By Shari WeissDwayne Johnson is defending his controversial rant about feuding with his Fast 8 co-stars.He even suggests his comments were good publicity for the upcoming film.As Gossip Cop reported, back in August Johnson wrote an Instagram post in which he called out unnamed male cast members from the Fast & Furious franchise.
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