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Dwayne Johnson Shares Nsfw Reaction To Gwyneth Paltrow’s Vagina Candle

Self-expression can take many forms. Dwayne Johnson, for example, was recently confirmed to be working on a TV comedy series inspired by his early life. Gwyneth Paltrow, on the other hand, has just released a candle via her own Goop company that supposedly smells like the Marvel actress’ vagina.

Naturally, news of the latest Goop product spread quickly across social media, and it wasn’t long before The Rock himself decided to get in on the joke. The Hobbs & Shaw star was first brought into the conversation by comedian Adam Ray, who suggested via Instagram that the pro wrestler turned actor should start selling candles that smell like his balls. In the replies to Ray’s post, you’ll find the following response from Johnson:

“Brother I tried to make those candles but I kept burning my balls. So I moved on to shampoo.”

While Paltrow’s vagina-scented candle has
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Dwayne Johnson Sets NBC Comedy Series Based on His Childhood

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Dwayne Johnson Sets NBC Comedy Series Based on His Childhood
Dwayne Johnson has scored a straight-to-series order at NBC for a comedy series based on his childhood.

The broadcaster has ordered eleven episodes of the single-cam comedy, which is titled “The Young Rock.” It hails from Nahnatchka Khan. Johnson will appear in every episode of the show, which is said to chronicle his “formative years.”

Khan co-wrote the pilot with Jeff Chiang with both also executive producing. Johnson will executive produce under his Seven Bucks Productions banner along with Seven Bucks’ Dany Garcia, Hiram Garcia, and Brian Gewirtz. Jennifer Carreras of Khan’s Fierce Baby Productions will also executive produce. Universal Television, where Khan is under an overall deal, will serve as the studio.

This will not be Johnson’s first TV series starring role, as he previously starred in the HBO comedy “Ballers.” He currently hosts and executive produces the NBC competition series “The Titan Games,” with Dany Garcia also executive producing.
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‘Young Rock’: Dwayne Johnson Teams With Nahnatchka Khan For NBC Comedy Series Inspired By Him

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‘Young Rock’: Dwayne Johnson Teams With  Nahnatchka Khan For NBC Comedy Series Inspired By Him
NBC has given an 11-episode straight-to-series order to Young Rock, a single-camera comedy inspired by Dwayne Johnson, also known by his ring name, The Rock. The project comes from Johnson and Fresh Off the Boat creator/executive producer Nahnatchka Khan.

Young Rock will chronicle Johnson’s formative years, with Dwayne set to appear in each episode. The pilot was co-written by Khan and Fresh Off the Boat co-executive producer Jeff Chiang.

The series is produced by Universal Television, where Khan is in the first year of a four-year overall deal, Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions and Khan’s Fierce Baby Productions.

Executive producers are Chiang, Fierce Baby’s Khan and Jennifer Carreras and Severn Bucks’ Johnson, Dany Garcia, Hiram Garcia and Brian Gewirtz.

The project was taken out last fall, with NBC buying it preemptively with a big commitment. It is the second high-profile single-camera comedy from Universal TV the
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2019 Worldwide Box Office Hits $42.5B Record; Offshore Too With $31B+: Highlights From The International Profit Center & What’s Ahead For 2020 – Global Studio Chart

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2019 Worldwide Box Office Hits $42.5B Record; Offshore Too With $31B+: Highlights From The International Profit Center & What’s Ahead For 2020 – Global Studio Chart
Refresh for latest…: The theatrical business continued to thrive overseas in 2019, hitting a record $31.1B per comScore’s latest estimates, and an all-time high of $42.5B globally. This is the first time worldwide exceeds $42B and the first the international box office climbs past $30B. The results come in a year when domestic dipped by 4%.

Of the major studios, only Disney saw increases at overseas turnstiles versus 2018 as its mega brands dominated (see chart below). This year is expected to look vastly different, but handwringing can wait. Sure, it would take a lot for the stars to align again the way they did for Disney in 2019, but its 2020 slate of largely fresh IP is also tipped to create some breathing room for other studios to spread out the field. And 2021 looms mightily with potential across the board.

In the year just past, “Some
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Camera Operators to Honor Veteran Still Photographer Frank Masi With Lifetime Achievement Award

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Camera Operators to Honor Veteran Still Photographer Frank Masi With Lifetime Achievement Award
The worst thing you could do is not give the studio a lot of options,” says unit photographer Frank Masi, whose stills have helped show off more than 70 films, from 1995’s “Gordy” to Disney’s upcoming “Jungle Cruise.” Masi has shot photos of stars Will Smith, Bruce Willis, Will Ferrell, Cameron Diaz, Dwayne Johnson and Hugh Jackman, to name just a few, over a 25-year career.

In a single day, Masi, 53, can snap and send upwards of 800 images. Not all still photographers share this methodology, but it has worked for him. On Jan. 18, the Society of Camera Operators will recognize his contributions to the industry with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

Masi has galleries of memories from working on movies like “I, Tonya,” “The Hangover,” “Hancock,” “War of the Worlds,” “What Dreams May Come” and many others.

He recalls a day on “Live Free or Die Hard” (2007) when Willis fired a
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"Jungle Cruise" In 2020

Following their first announcement in 2006, Walt Disney Pictures have finally produced a "Jungle Cruise" live-action feature, based on the Disney theme park attraction of the same name, directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, starring Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Jack Whitehall, Édgar Ramírez, Jesse Plemons and Paul Giamatti, opening July 24, 2020:

"...set during the early 20th century, riverboat captain 'Frank' takes a scientist and her brother on a mission into a jungle to find the 'Tree of Life' which is believed to possess healing powers. 

"All the while, the trio must fight against dangerous wild animals and a competing German expedition..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Jungle Cruise"...
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Dwayne Johnson Begins Training for DC's Black Adam

Dwayne "The Rock'' Johnson has entered the gym and begun training for his upcoming role as DC staple, Black Adam for the upcoming Black Adam movie. We say 'entered the gym' but has he ever really left the gym? In any case, The Rock is clearly bringing the same dedication that has enabled him to become something of a Hollywood and box office legend, as he took to social media to announce the beginning of his preparations.

Johnson gave credit to the animators BossLogic and Veli Okulan, who are the talented individuals behind the exciting animated clip the actor shared with his followers. It shows the titular Black Adam levitating amidst a backdrop of rubble and destruction before yelling 'Shazam!' and zooming upward. The clip is accompanied by an ominous score that no doubt gives a hint as to exactly what sort of superhero Black Adam will be in this,
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Female-Led ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ and ‘Black Widow’ Top Fandango Poll of 2020’s Most Anticipated Movies

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Female-Led ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ and ‘Black Widow’ Top Fandango Poll of 2020’s Most Anticipated Movies
Four films directed by and led by women — “Wonder Woman 1984,” “Black Widow,” “Eternals” and “Mulan” — were ranked as the most highly anticipated movies of 2020, according to a poll conducted by the ticketing service Fandango.

Fandango surveyed 2,000 millennials who used the site during the final weeks of December for their choices of the movies and performances they’re most looking forward to in 2020. For the first time, the online group of voters selected movies that were all directed by women for the top spots.

Other films on the list included the 25th James Bond film “No Time to Die,” John Krasinski’s “A Quiet Place 2,” Cathy Yan’s “Birds of Prey,” the musical “In the Heights,” Pixar’s animated film “Soul” and “Fast & Furious 9.”

Also Read: Brie Larson Leads IMDb's Top Stars of 2019, 'The Boys' Star Erin Moriarty Is No 1 Breakout (Exclusive)

“As we head into the next decade,
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The Most Anticipated Movies of 2020 According to Fandango

Joseph Baxter Dec 27, 2019

Wonder Woman 1984 nabs the top spot in a 2020 Most Anticipated Movies survey, heading a top 4 dominated by female-fronted films.

As Christmas afterglow resonates, the world prepares to wave goodbye to a moviegoing decade dominated at the box office by comic book movies, its adjacent genres and the Disney-driven return of Star Wars. Thus, Fandango’s 2020 Most Anticipated Movies survey is looking ahead toward the launch of a ‘20s decade that, based on what we’re seeing, will be roaring in its own right with a scintillating slate of initial releases.

The ticket seller site polled more than 2,000 millennial film fans during the last weeks of December, yielding a series of results that, while not stupendously surprising, paints an intriguing picture when it comes to the trajectory of the aforementioned genres of movies.

Wonder Woman 1984 is the clear winner of this annual filmgoer survey, topping the “Most Anticipated Movie” category,
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2020 Movie Release Date Schedule

As we once again come upon the end of another year in film, we find ourselves looking forward to the films scheduled for release in the coming year. As in previous years, there should be something to pique everyone’s interest in 2020. There will be the usual sequels and big blockbusters, as well as a plethora of additional titles in multiple genres to choose from. We hope you this find this list of upcoming movies and their release dates useful and that it helps you plan what you’re going to look forward to over the next twelve months.

If you’re wondering what came out during 2019 and what you may need to catch up on, just head here! Meanwhile, the list below gathers all of the titles we know (right now at least) that are coming in 2020 by their current release date. Remember, these dates are subject to change.
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Cineworld Boss Mooky Greidinger Talks $2.1B Cineplex Deal, Says Unlimited Subscription Service Will Expand To Canada

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Exclusive: Cineworld CEO Mooky Greidinger is in a bullish mood after this morning’s announcement that the exhibition giant is poised to acquire Canada’s Cineplex, creating North America’s largest movie theater circuit when combined with Cineworld’s Regal Cinemas.

The proposed $2.1 billion deal will add Cineplex’s 165 sites and 1,695 screens to Cineworld’s North American holdings and is expected to close within three to six months. Cineworld’s board of directors is unanimously supporting the acquisition of the leading Canadian exhibitor, which holds a 75% share of box office in the market.

Greidinger tells Deadline that the general reaction of shareholders and analysts is “positive.” He allows that the company’s debt will increase, but notes, “When we took over Cineworld it increased debt and then debt went down dramatically, and then up again with the acquisition of Regal and down at the end of this year. Each time you do an acquisition,
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Dwayne Johnson remembers his unemployed days

Actor Dwayne Johnson is unemployed for the first time after a long time, and says he has decided to spend the time off with his family.

When the Wall Street Journal did a profile on Johnson earlier this year, the actor was without a job.

Also Read:?Dwayne Johnson responds to praise from 'WWE Hall of Famer' Booker T

"I'm unemployed, man!" Johnson said, adding: "It's honestly been the best. It's so nice to have this downtime with the family, just taking a breather."

At that time, Johnson had just finished filming Disney's "Jungle Cruise", and he has Netflix's "Red Notice" or DC's "Black Adam" slated for next year, reports comicbook.com.

At the moment, he is looking forward to the release of the second part of revamped "Jumanji" franchise, which is titled "Jumanji: The Next Level", to which he is attached as a producer as well.
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The Ultimate Guide to Dwayne Johnson’s Upcoming Movie and TV Projects (Photos)

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The Rock has gone from being one of the biggest names in WWE to one of the hardest working men in Hollywood. As he continues to announce new projects via social media, TheWrap lists Dwayne Johnson‘s insane schedule for the upcoming years. Disclaimer: Some of these projects are in script phase or have just been announced, so are subject to changes.

Jumanji: The Next Level

After the success of 2017’s “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” which grossed almost a billion dollars, Sony has set its sequel, also starring Nick Jonas, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Kevin Hart, for December 13.

Jungle Cruise

Johnson will star in Disney’s live-action “Jungle Cruise,” which is based on its popular theme-park ride. “Jungle Cruise” will also star Emily Blunt, Jack Whitehall and Jesse Plemons, and Jaume Collet-Serra is directing. It is set to hit theaters July 24, 2020.

Black Adam

In 2016, it was announced Johnson
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Dwayne Johnson Says He’s Unemployed And Loving It

It may seem like Dwayne Johnson is rarely absent from our screens for any notable length of time, but he recently revealed that he’s currently unemployed.

Of course, that doesn’t mean he’s struggling to find work, just that for the first time in quite a while he’s stopped jumping from one major project to another. He talked about his current workload (or lack thereof) during an interview for a profile in the Wall Street Journal, at a point when he’d wrapped on Disney adventure movie Jungle Cruise, but prior to launching into his next production, most likely to be either Netflix crime thriller Red Notice or DC origin movie Black Adam. He revealed that he’s used his temporarily copious free time to be with his family, enjoying having the breathing space to spend his days with them.

“I’m unemployed, man!” Johnson told WSJ reporter Josh Eells.
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Why Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Was Hesitant to Remarry After His Divorce

Why Dwayne
When Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson met Lauren Hashian in 2007, there were immediate sparks. "Within 30 seconds, I thought, Wow, this girl's stunning," the 47-year-old actor told WSJ. Magazine for an interview published Tuesday.  However, both were still protective of their hearts. The Jungle Cruise star was already going through his breakup with Dany Garcia and Hashian, who was an event planner at a party for one of Johnson's movies, "was just coming off a big breakup, too." Still, their loved prevailed. They welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Jasmine, in 2015 and a second baby girl, named Tiana, in 2018. Johnson also has a...
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The ‘Justice Society of America’ Will Be Introduced in ‘Black Adam’

After years of being stuck in development hell, the wheels are finally moving on Black Adam. The Shazam! villain/anti-hero finally got a release date and a poster last week, and it looks like cinematographer Larry Sher (Joker) will work on the film for director Jaume Collet-Serra (Jungle Cruise). While we still don’t really know what to expect from Black Adam, star and producer Dwayne Johnson says that it will introduce the Jsa. Speaking to ScreenRant, Johnson said, “Jsa. We will introduce you to that, the world to Jsa.” So what is Jsa? Jsa stands for Justice
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Dwayne Johnson Will Finally Don Black Adam's Spandex For December 2021 Release

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Image Source: Getty / Jesse Grant

After years spent in development limbo, Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam will finally see the light of day. The Jumanji: Next Level star revealed on Nov. 14 that the long-awaited film featuring him as the classic DC villain will officially drop on Dec. 22, 2021, just days after the release of Avatar 2.

Johnson announced the news on his Instagram page, writing, "As a kid, Superman was the hero I always wanted to be. But, a few years into my fantasy, I realized that Superman was the hero, I could never be. Now, years later as a man, with the same DNA I had as a kid - my superhero dreams have come true. I'm honored to join the iconic #DCUniverse and it's a true pleasure to become Black Adam."

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The Rock's Black Adam Brings in Joker Cinematographer

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The Rock's Black Adam Brings in Joker Cinematographer
We recently learned that Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's long-awaited Black Adam movie is finally, truly getting off the ground at Warner Bros. The wrestler-turned-actor has been attached to the role for the better part of a decade and, after a lengthy development process, it's now got a production timetable, a director and a release date. As it turns out, they've also locked down an accomplished cinematographer, as Larry Sher, who most recently shot Joker, has boarded the project.

Dwayne Johnson shared the first Black Adam poster last week, confirming the movie will hit theaters in winter 2021. Now, it seems, he's going to be providing little updates for us here and there when he can. Taking to Twitter, Johnson, in response to a recent interview the cinematographer did, revealed that Sher will be the man shooting this latest DC Comics adaptation. Given that Sher's previous work in the DC universe became an unexpected billion-dollar success story,
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Joker cinematographer Lawrence Sher to shoot Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam movie

Having announced earlier in the week that the long-planned Black Adam movie is finally a go and set for release in December 2021, Dwayne Johnson has now revealed that the project will reunite him with Jungle Cruise cinematographer Lawrence Sher, who is coming off another DC project in the billion dollar-grossing Joker. Larry Sher is […]

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Disney's schedule for the next... four years? er, okay.

Emily Blunt and The Rock in "Jungle Cruise" If you thought Disney was slowing down theatrical to focus on putting Disney+ over, think again. I'm not sure how legit this information is because I've only seen it on twitter but it comees from a Buzzfeed editor with a "verified" check so perhaps. Weird that there hasn't been major trade coverage at this writing but here we go. Supposedly Disney has released their schedule for the next 4 years (what?) though one must view the titles and dates with a healthy dose of skepticism since, for example, Avatar sequels are pure illusions and the world will surely end before we get them. Also though there are a few Fox Searchlight titles listed that mini wing's releases are always decided much later since they regularly pick up films from festivals that they think have awards potentials and so you never know about those in advance.
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