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Brad Peyton's RAMPAGE Movie Starring Dwayne Johnson Sounds Insane In The Best Way Possible

Brad Peyton's RAMPAGE Movie Starring Dwayne Johnson Sounds Insane In The Best Way Possible
Brad Peyton's RAMPAGE Movie Starring Dwayne Johnson Sounds Insane In The Best Way Possible
Brad Peyton proved that he knows how to destroy cities on a large scale when he directed Dwayne Johnson in earthquake disaster movie San Andreas, and after that proved to be a hit at the worldwide box office, the two will reteam for video game adaptation Rampage.In that, the wrestler turned actor will take on a gigantic gorilla, alligator, and wolf as they tear their way across America, and while this big screen take on the 80s Midway Arcade title sounds like fun, will it actually end up working?WeGotThisCovered.com recently caught up with Peyton, and he told the site all about his plans for the movie and confirmed that he'll be using the three monsters mentioned above just like in the game.
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Lin-Manuel Miranda, Dwayne Johnson release Millennials: The Musical

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Dwayne Johnson release Millennials: The Musical
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Dwayne Johnson release Millennials: The Musical
A new generation-defining musical is putting millennials on a journey of self-discovery— to find a phone.Millennials: The Musical is the latest brainchild of Moana collaborators Lin-Manuel Miranda and Dwayne Johnson.The show, which the pair teased last week on YouTube, is one part adventure, one part coming-of-age, but all wrapped in a satirical package.




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Dwayne Johnson and Lin-Manuel Miranda came together to make a musical mocking millennials

Dwayne Johnson and Lin-Manuel Miranda came together to make a musical mocking millennials
Dwayne Johnson and Lin-Manuel Miranda came together to make a musical mocking millennials
Even though you can't afford to actually see Hamilton, you've probably heard that Lin-Manuel Miranda is a genius.If you needed some IRL proof of his talent, though, all you need is 15 minutes and YouTube to watch Dwayne Johnson and Lin-Manuel Miranda's Millennials: The Musical, a satirical (but all too real) take on modern love.It starts with Crystal, a millennial girl who looks like she just stepped out of the sale rack at Urban Outfitters on her way to a Bumble date.
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'Fast 8' Feud Is Real And Dwayne Johnson Isn't Backing Off

'Fast 8' Feud Is Real And Dwayne Johnson Isn't Backing Off
'Fast 8' Feud Is Real And Dwayne Johnson Isn't Backing Off
Fast 8 tensions have been rising almost from the first days of shooting, which is something that might have been expected, considering the film casts two of Hollywood's biggest action stars together.Many suspected that what seemed like a feud between Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson was just a gimmick to promote a WWE match, but new comments from Johnson, also known as The Rock, reveals that there is genuine animosity between Vin Diesel and himself.Dwayne shows no regret over his comments criticizing his Fast 8 co-stars, inviting Diesel to follow up with a response.
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Moana: Dwayne Johnson sings 'You're Welcome' in new clip

Moana: Dwayne Johnson sings 'You're Welcome' in new clip
Moana: Dwayne Johnson sings 'You're Welcome' in new clip
If it wasn't already enough that Dwayne Johnson is the strongest, most charming, sexiest man alive, thanks to Disney's new animated hit Moana, we now know that he can also nail a musical number.After cruising to the top of the box office with $81.1 million since Moana's release on Wednesday, Disney gifted an early Christmas present by releasing footage from the film, featuring the full version of Johnson's big tune, "You're Welcome."In the clip, Johnson brings his patented charisma (and pension for pec pumps) as Maui, his demigod character, sings to Moana (Auli'I Cravalho), who tracks him down to join her on an ocean adventure.Earlier this month, Johnson and Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote the song, joined forces for a live performance of "You're Welcome" at the film's premiere.




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