The Oscars, this year’s front runner in the category of Worse Planned Awards Show of 2019, has been steadily declining in ratings over the years yet interest has been building up because of constant issues arising ahead of the broadcast. And by “interest” I mean people waiting to see how terrible the show will be since this is the first time in 30 years that the Oscars will have no host. Meanwhile, over on Twitter, one user stated that the best person for the job would be Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and he quickly let them know that the Academy reached out to him first for the hosting gig, so Kevin Hart was their second, or third, or fourth, or last choice.
The new Jungle Cruise movie Disney will be cranking out in 2020 is showing us all how progressive the company is becoming by having a gay character in it… sort of. Kind of. Well, he comes out Disney-style.
Looks like Tyrese Gibson finally smartened up when it comes to his beef with America’s muscled-up sweetheart Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. “Says fucking who?” – Vin Diesel
There goes all of our hopes of watching Donald Trump crawl under his podium with a case of beta-male insecurity during a televised debate against Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. What was once a possible The Rock 2020 run has now turned into a very possible The Rock 2024.
One of my favorite feuds of the modern era is the beef between teriyaki glazed Hawaiian meatball Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and spicy Sicilian meatball Vin Diesel. It started with a shady whisper of “candy-ass” on Instagram and escalated to a showdown in The Rock’s trailer on the set of The Fate of The Furious. In an interview with Rolling Stone, The Rock confirmed what many had suspected, that he and Vin didn’t actually shoot any scenes together for F8 due to their differing philosophies on candy (The Rock prefers gummy worms, Vin likes a jaw breakers) and asses (bubble and pancake respectively).
The Rock must be especially pissed over this. He hates that candy-ass! Fast and Furious franchise star (and ham & cheese sculpture muse) Vin Diesel is 2017’s top grossing actor. The global take on his movies was $1.6 BILLION. 2017 must have been as awful a year as believed, because people worldwide obviously needed the distractions. We’re not talking Streep or Day-Lewis here. His best role is Groot, and Groot’s got one line and he’s CGI. Continue reading