“Rosenberg interviews “The Rock” and as he put it, ‘this is some exclusive sh** you’re getting right here’ as he discusses the controversy around Wrestlemania 29… and was it his last?”
I got Part 1 of the Dwayne Johnson Interview with Jay Leno on 3-21-13. More will be added when it becomes available. Enjoy!
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Dwayne Johnson Part 1 Jay Leno 3-21-13
Good morning…I’ve got 3 G. I. Joe: Retaliation London Premier Press Confrence interviews added. Enjoy!
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will throw his muscle into the reality TV genre this summer with a TNT series that aims to reward selfless individuals with noble values and morals.
“The Hero” will put nine ordinary people through unexpected and dramatic circumstances via missions designed to test their intellect and strength as well as their integrity.
“We have we have some cops. We have some SWAT members. We have some stay-at-home moms. We have some single dads. So there’s a lot of ordinary, if you will, people out there who are going to be put in positions to do extraordinary things and to find the hero within,” The Rock tells us. “It sounds like a tagline, but these individuals are going to do something special.”
The last player standing will walk away with up to a million dollars, but not without a heavy dose of hurt along the way.
“The hurt wasn’t as much about physical pain as it was about tough choices,” said executive producer Ben Silverman. “Like, ‘Do I make a decision about how my three daughters are going to get their college education funded, but in making that decision, are these ten other people who I’ve been playing this game with and working with now not even going to get to call their home to check in?’ You know, it’s about the kind of choices you make. ‘Is that the wrong choice? Did I make the wrong choice because I’ve hurt these ten people, or did I make the right choice because I’ve now provided for my children into future?’”
Below, The Rock says his show is specifically designed to bring out either the best in normal, everyday people…or the worst.
Dwayne Johnson (aka The Rock) tweeted this vague response, igniting rumors that Johnson is in talks or cast in an upcoming DC Comics movie adaptation. Many fans responded to The Rock’s tease, but got no response. So what might The Rock have up his sleeves? Could there be a Warner Bros/DC Comics movie in the works? Or is The Rock just trying to get his fans talking (sometimes a lot of nonsensical buzz can turn into reality).
I remember back in 2007 that Johnson was attached to play Black Adam in a bigscreen adaptation of the Captain Marvel comic book Shazam!. Somewhere along the line, that project fell off the board. Has the project been rekindled? Or more likely, is Johnson in talks for another DC Comics property? If so which one?
Steven Tyler believes Aerosmith’s song for the ‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation’ soundtrack is ideal because its overall theme mirrors the movie’s onscreen battles.
Steven Tyler believes Aerosmith’s song for the ‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation’ soundtrack is ideal because it mirrors the movie’s themes.
The band’s frontman thinks their track, ‘Legendary Child’, is the perfect song to accompany the forthcoming action movie – which stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Channing Tatum and Bruce Willis – because its theme of the group struggling to overcome adversity in the music industry is reflected in the film characters’ onscreen battles.
He said: ”’G.I. Joe’ [is] about deep space and ‘let’s go fight the foe.’ And then I thought about where the band came from, and going [into] the music business.
”If there ever… was a foe, the music business was. So to be successful you had to learn how to climb ladders, jump through hoops and live through burning houses.”
Steven revealed the group spent 12 hours filming a video for ‘Legendary Child’, and he is excited about its release because guitarist Joe Perry was ”on fire” while they were recording the song.
Speaking to ABC News Radio, he added: ”It’s gonna be slammin’. Joe was on fire. Wait, you’ll see.”
‘G.I Joe: Retaliation’ is to be released later this summer.