It might be getting a little more difficult for Jumanji loyalists to remain skeptical of the reboot. As if the casting of Dwayne Johnson weren’t enough for you, today brings word that Jack Black is in talks to join the cast, while it appears that Johnson’s Central Intelligence co-star Kevin Hart has officially signed on. If you aren’t even remotely enticed by the prospect of watching those three get into shenanigans with an assortment of various jungle animals, then I don’t know what could possibly make you feel joy.
Of all the TV shows to be turned into movies, 'The Fall Guy' actually makes sense to translate to the big screen, so color us excited that Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is in talks to star in a big screen reboot with McG eyed to direct.
'Fast Five' attempted - and quite successfully I might add - a reboot of sorts for the entire 'Fast and Furious' franchise, turning a series of movies about car racing into one exciting heist film. It was big and brash and sweaty and a complete success. So where do you go from there? 'Fast and Furious 6' attempts to answer that question by adding an -er suffix to all those adjectives above. Bigger
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has found his niche in the movie world and is milking it for all it's worth. Aside from his recent stints in 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' and 'Pain & Gain,' we're about to see him in 'Fast and Furious 6,' possibly a 'Fast and Furious' spinoff and the upcoming 'Hercules.' There's no stopping this superstar and it looks like Marvel's now eyeing him for future super
'Pain and Gain' - the new Michael Bay film starring Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson - is insane. And we mean that in the best possible way. Don't believe us? We have a brand new exclusive 'Pain and Gain' clip that can prove it! It's NSFW and it's very funny.
I watch a lot of 'Project Runway.' My wife likes it -- and, yeah, I like it too. A show dedicated to fashion design that features creative and powerful women is a weird thing to think about while watching a Michael Bay movie but that's exactly what I did during 'Pain and Gain.' Bay could learn a thing or two from that show about editing. Not in the cinematic, cutting shots together sense; that he'