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The box office actors will show some buddy actions in a flick directed by 'We're the Millers' helmer Rawson Marshall Thurber.
The 'Hercules' actor confirms his involvement in the adaptation of the classic TV series and teases that the movie will be edgy and raunchy.
The wrestler-turned-actor joins the DC Comics universe by playing the power-mad son of pharaoh.
The pro wrestler-turned-actor is joined by Russian beauty Irina Shayk and British movie vet Ian McShane in Berlin.
Dwayne Johnson confirms long-running rumor that he lands a role in the big-screen story of antihero Shazam.
The Rock shares a picture of him pushing his mother in a wheelchair, confirming that his mother is out of the hospital after she was hit by a female drunk driver earlier this month.
A new report suggests that a woman who allegedly was drunk when hitting a car carrying The Rock's mother and his cousin reportedly was evading police and ran a red light before the crash.
The WWE star's family members were fortunate for not suffering any serious injuries in the horrible accident.
The 'Hercules' actor adds fuel to the swirling rumor that he will don Shazam suit in an upcoming DC movie with the Twitter picture.
Kylie Minogue, Mariah Carey, Irina Shayk, and Eddie Murphy are among the celebrity guests at the special screening.
The actor, who starred on the 'Hercules' TV series that ran from 1995-1999, says he asked Brett Ratner if he could appear in the film but the director decided not to include him even as a cameo.
In a new magazine interview, the 'Hercules' star also recalls moment when he learned of Paul Walker's sudden passing, saying that he 'started bawling' when he reached home.
Dwayne Johnson says he's going to play a superhero character that has never been filmed before and denies the Green Lantern rumor.
One of the pictures features Dwayne Johnson channeling his inner warrior in a battlefield and the other show him being chained to the wall.
The 'Hercules: The Thracian Wars' star is rumored entering negotiation to portray former marine John Stewart, a more recent recruit of Green Lantern.