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Dwayne Johnson's 'Baywatch' Moved Back A Week to Memorial Day

Dwayne Johnson's 'Baywatch' Moved Back A Week to Memorial Day
Dwayne Johnson's 'Baywatch' Moved Back A Week to Memorial Day
Paramount Pictures has moved Dwayne Johnson's action-comedy "Baywatch" back a week to May 26, the start of the Memorial Day holiday weekend.The move means a direct face-off with Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man Tell No Tales" in the fifth iteration of the Johnny Depp franchise, along with Sony's sci-fier "Life," starring Rebecca Ferguson and Jake Gyllenhaal.Johnson stars in the movie reboot of the 1990s television series "Baywatch." Zac Efron also stars along with Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach, Ilfenesh Hadera, Jon Bass, Priyanka Chopra, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson.
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Dwayne Johnson's 'Baywatch' Movie Release Date Delayed One Week

Dwayne Johnson's 'Baywatch' Movie Release Date Delayed One Week
Dwayne Johnson's 'Baywatch' Movie Release Date Delayed One Week
2016 has already been a bastard of a year: beloved public figures died, Nazis became a thing again, America began its slow skid into fascism, and Bones got cancelled.When do the hits stop coming?Is there no respite from the barrage of tragedies that this monstrous year has heaped upon us?




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Dwayne Johnson's 'Ballers' Moving to California From Florida

Dwayne Johnson's 'Ballers' Moving to California From Florida
Dwayne Johnson's 'Ballers' Moving to California From Florida
Dwayne Johnson's HBO series "Ballers" is moving to California from Florida for its third season and has been conditionally approved to receive an $8.3 million tax credit from the state."Ballers" is scheduled to shoot its next 10 episodes in California, where it will employ 135 cast, 209 base crew, and 5,700 extras.The series will generate an estimated $33.5 million in "qualified expenditures," defined as wages paid to below-the-line workers and payments to in-state vendors — making it eligible for a 25% tax credit for its first season in California, followed by a 20% credit for any successive seasons.
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