JUMANJI: WILLKOMMEN IM DSCHUNGEL / Trailer K Deutsch / Startdatum: 21. Dezember 2017

In dem brandneuen Abenteuer JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE mit den Schauspielstars Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart und Karen Gillan werden vier ungleiche Teenager in die gefährliche Welt von Jumanji hineingezogen und in Avatare mit einzigartigen Fähigkeiten verwandelt. Dort müssen sie das waghalsigste Abenteuer ihres Lebens bestehen – andernfalls bleiben sie für immer im Spiel gefangen …

JUMANJI: BIENVENUE DANS LA JUNGLE / Trailer K French / Date de sortie: 20 décembre 2017

Dans le tout nouveau film d’aventures JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE, les stars Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart et Karen Gillan sont quatre amis propulsés dans l’univers aussi surprenant que dangereux d’un jeu comme aucun autre: Jumanji. Transformés en avatars, ils possèdent chacun des aptitudes particulières. S’ils échouent aux épreuves de la plus dangereuse aventure de leur vie, ils resteront à jamais prisonniers du jeu…

Dwayne Johnson transformation from 1 to 45 years old

Dwayne Douglas Johnson (born May 2, 1972), also known by his ring name The Rock, is an American actor, producer and professional wrestler. Johnson was a college football player for the University of Miami, where he won a national championship on the 1991 Miami Hurricanes team. After being cut from the Calgary Stampeders of CFL two months into the 1995 season, Johnson began training for a career in professional wrestling, following in the footsteps of various family members, including his grandfather and his father, Rocky Johnson, from whom he inherited Canadian citizenship in 2009.

Widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, Johnson gained mainstream fame in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) from 1996 to 2004 and was the first third-generation wrestler in the company’s history. He returned to WWE part-time from 2011–13 and continues to make sporadic appearances for the company. In wrestling, Johnson’s accomplishments including being an eight time WWF/WWE Champion, two time WCW/World Champion, two time WWF Intercontinental Champion and a five time WWF Tag Team Champion. He is the sixth Triple Crown Champion in WWE and won the 2000 Royal Rumble. Johnson’s autobiography The Rock Says… debuted at No. 1 on The New York Times Best Seller list in 2000.

Johnson’s first leading film role was in The Scorpion King in 2002. For this, he was paid US$5.5 million, a world record for an actor in his first starring role. One of his more prominent roles is Luke Hobbs in The Fast and the Furious franchise. Johnson hosted and produced The Hero, a reality competition series and has since continued to produce TV shows and films through his production company Seven Bucks Productions. In 2013, Forbes listed Johnson No. 25 in the Top 100 Most Powerful Celebrities and has been in the top twenty every year since. He was the world’s highest-paid actor of 2016. Time named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2016. In 2015, Muscle & Fitness named Johnson their “Man of the Century”.

Beyond the Mat (1999)
Longshot (2000)
The Mummy Returns (2001)
The Scorpion King (2002)
The Rundown (2003)
Walking Tall (2004)
Be Cool (2005)
Doom (2005)
Gridiron Gang (2006)
Reno 911!: Miami (2007)
Southland Tales (2007)
The Game Plan (2007)
Get Smart (2008)
Race to Witch Mountain (2008)
Planet 51 (2009)
Tooth Fairy (2010)
Why Did I Get Married Too? (2010)
The Other Guys (2010)
You Again (2010)
Faster (2010)
Fast Five (2011)
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012)
Snitch (2013)
G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013)
Pain & Gain (2013)
Fast & Furious 6 (2013)
Empire State (2013)
Hercules (2014)
Furious 7 (2015)
San Andreas (2015)
Central Intelligence (2016)
Moana (2016)
The Fate of the Furious (2017)
Baywatch (2017)
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)
Rampage (2018)
Skyscraper (2018)

Championships and accomplishments
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Match of the Year (1999) vs. Mankind in an “I Quit” match at Royal Rumble
Match of the Year (2002) vs. Hollywood Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania X8
Most Popular Wrestler of the Year (1999, 2000)
Wrestler of the Year (2000)
Ranked No. 2 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2000
Ranked No. 76 of the top 500 singles wrestlers of the “PWI Years” in 2003
United States Wrestling Association
USWA World Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Bart Sawyer
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment/WWE
WCW/World Championship (2 times)
WWF/WWE Championship1 (8 times)
WWF Intercontinental Championship (2 times)
WWF Tag Team Championship (5 times) – with Mankind (3), The Undertaker (1), and Chris Jericho (1)
Deadly Games WWF Championship Tournament (1998)
Royal Rumble (2000)
Sixth Triple Crown Champion
Slammy Awards (9 times)
Best Actor (2014)
Game Changer of the Year (2011) – with John Cena
Guess Who’s Back or: Return of the Year (2011)
LOL! Moment of the Year (2012, 2013) – insulting John Cena using the history of Boston, Massachusetts – Rock Concert on the 20th anniversary episode of Raw
Match of the Year (2013) – vs. John Cena for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 29
New Sensation (1997)
“Tell Me You Didn’t Just Say That” Insult of the Year (2014) – insulting Rusev and Lana
“This is Awesome” Moment of the Year (2015 – shared with Ronda Rousey)
Wrestling Observer Newsletter
Best Box Office Draw (2000, 2011, 2012)
Best Gimmick (1999)
Best on Interviews (1999, 2000)
Most Charismatic (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2011, 2012)
Most Improved (1998)
Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame (Class of 2007)

Salman khan Tiger Zinda Hai Scares Dwayne Johnson Jumanji 2

Salman khan Tiger Zinda Hai Scares Dwayne Johnson Jumanji 2
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Tiger Zinda Hai scares Hollywood releases in India
Superstar Salman Khan is coming with Tiger Zinda Hai this Christmas. The trailer of the film was released today and it is already smashing viewership records. Now Tiger Zinda Hai has forced the makers of Hollywood films to change their release dates in India.

Tiger Zinda Hai is releasing on 22 December 2017 and as a result two of the Christmas have changed the release schedule. Dwayne Johnson’s Jumanji – Welcome To The Jungle has been postponed to 29 December 2017. The film will have its worldwide release on 20 December. Another film The Greatest Showman which featured Hugh Jackman in the lead, is now releasing on 1 January 2018 in India.

Last year too the release dates of many Hollywood and regional films were changed due to Salman Khan’s Sultan.
Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai scares Dwayne Johnson’s Jumanji – Welcome To The Jungle away

Just yesterday we had reported how Hollywood star Hugh Jackman’s The Greatest Showman, which is up for a December 20, 2017 release worldwide will see a delayed release in India thanks to Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai, which is up for a December 22, 2017 release. Interestingly, The Greatest Showman is all set to release alongside Dwayne Johnson’s Jumanji – Welcome To The Jungle on December 20, 2017 so it was expected of The Rock to take on Salman Khan at the box office but turns out the global star to bowed down to the might of Sultan of Bollywood. Now, Jumanji – Welcome To The Jungle will see a December 29, 2017 reelase, a week after Tiger Zinda Hai.
The makers of Jumanji – Welcome To The Jungle also launched the new poster to announce the new release date in India.In the brand new adventure Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, the tables are turned as four teenagers in detention are sucked into the world of Jumanji. When they discover an old video game console with a game they’ve never heard of, they are immediately thrust into the game’s jungle setting, into the bodies of their avatars, played by Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Karen Gillan. What they discover is that you don’t just play Jumanji –Jumanji plays you. They’ll have to go on the most dangerous adventure of their lives, or they’ll be stuck in the game forever.
Talking about Tiger Zinda Hai, the trailer is everything a Salman Khan fan wish for it to be. The trailer has swag, breathtaking action sequences, the no nonsense bad-ass Katrina Kaif, the extreme machoness of Salman Khan and a story. Salman Khan is looking as deadly as ever and in fact Katrina Kaif too is turning all heads with her bloddy, action avatar.So Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai will see a December 22, 2017 release, while Dwayne Johnson’s Jumanji – Welcome To The Jungle will release on December 29, 2017, in India.

You’re Welcome- Dwayne Johnson Ukulele Cover (From Moana)

My nephew loves this song! When he’s going to sleep, when he’s playing, all the time! So I decided to make a funny ukulele cover which he immediately recognized! This is for my nephew, the rock, the cast of moana and everyone that’s loves the movie!


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Lets Be Friends!!


You’re Welcome- Dwayne Johnson Ukulele Cover (From Moana)

My nephew loves this song! When he’s going to sleep, when he’s playing, all the time! So I decided to make a funny ukulele cover which he immediately recognized! This is for my nephew, the rock, the cast of moana and everyone that’s loves the movie!


This is for pure entertainment purposes only, no copyright infringement intended. All rights go to the original owners, Disney.

Lets Be Friends!!


Tyrese, Dwayne Johnson Squash Feud

On Friday, Tyrese Gibson revealed that he and ‘Fast and Furious’ co-star Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson have ended their highly publicized feud. In a social media post, Gibson wrote, “Want you guys to know I️ had a real Heart to Heart with one of Dewayne’s associates and this will be my last post about him. I️ repeat my last. I️ respect the associate who called.” Gibson previously unleashed a string of critical messages against Johnson after the former WWE star signed on for a spinoff movie revolving around his ‘Furious’ character. This in turn led to the ninth movie in the franchise to be pushed back until a 2020 release.

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Fast and Furious 9: Tyrese Gibson threatens to quit if Dwayne Johnson doesn’t

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    The Orphanage (2007)

    Directed by J.A. Bayona

    Both my selections on this list mark the two instances in which I’ve actively cried in a cinema out of fear, if you can believe that’s possible. Though J.A. Bayona’s ghostly tale is a beautiful throwback to Gothic conventions, which lace its hauntings with powerful emotions and warnings, that kid with the sack on its head traumatised me for life. Worse, I came back home and remembered the flat I’d newly moved in to had a cupboard with no key, and no clue as to what may be contained inside; considering what’s eventually found to be hiding in the basement of The Orphanage – yeah, I didn’t sleep that night – Clarisse Loughrey

  • 2/27

    Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)

    Directed by Don Siegel

    Another film that doesn’t rely upon (or need) special effects to make you a bit scared to turn the telly off when you’ve finished watching it. So disturbing in fact that the studio insisted the ending was changed to make it less dark before it was released. The 1978 remake is very good too – Jon Di Paolo

  • 3/27

    House of Usher (1960)

    Directed by Roger Corman

    I’m a huge fan of Roger Corman’s House of Usher (1960), the first in a series of Edgar Allan Poe adaptations the schlock producer made with the gloriously hammy Vincent Price. The latter stars as Roderick Usher, a sickly aristocrat living in queasy isolation with his sister in the crumbling mansion of the title. Corman’s Poe films became increasingly formulaic and campy but this one really delivers – Joe Sommerlad

  • 4/27

    The Exorcist (1973)

    Directed by William Friedkin

    There have been countless movies about demonic possession but none of them have managed to be quite as memorable as William Friedkin’s The Exorcist. This film has received as much critical acclaim as it has attention from terrified audiences decade after decade. Every sequence will offset your internal rhythm while scenes of a disfigured little girl (Linda Blair’s Regan) crawling on the ceiling will haunt you for many nights to come – Zlata Rodionova

  • 5/27

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

    Directed by Tobe Hooper

    I am living proof that Tobe Hooper’s seminal horror should not be watched at the age of 11; between the horrifying dinner table scene – where the cries of Marilyn Burns’ Sally are laughed at by her cannibalistic captors – and that final shot of Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen) flailing his chainsaw about aimlessly in the air, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is the horror film I would least like to watch again – Jacob Stolworthy

  • 6/27

    The Shining (1980)

    Directed by Stalney Kubrick

    This Stanley Kubrick classic doesn’t necessarily fit into the horror box but for audiences chasing a real sense of unease, The Shining fits the bill. Based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name, the film tells the story of the Torrance family who hole up in an isolated hotel for the closed winter season. Things take a macabre turn as an evil presence begins to influence father Jack (Jack Nicholson) to undertake a murderous rampage. In typical Kubrick style, nothing is as it seems – Megan Townsend

  • 7/27

    The Watcher in the Woods (1980)

    Directed by John Hough

    I really enjoy watching horror films even though they never scare me; that’s not including The Watcher in the Woods, of course. Yes – Disney film The Watcher in the Woods. There’s just something inherently unsettling about the film’s frequent use of mirrors that freaked me out and the way writing and apparitions suddenly appear in them. Who knew a Disney film could give you nightmares for weeks? – Richard Williams

  • 8/27

    Brazil (1985)

    Directed by Terry Gilliam

    Every Halloween I consider wearing one of the hideous baby face masks from Brazil and every year I chicken out for fear of my reflection. A sinister Michael Palin is also extremely disorientating. But nothing beats the sinking dread of a tyrannical, behemoth bureaucracy swallowing you whole and turning your dreams into nightmares. Having said that, Brazil is also my favourite film – Joe Vesey-Byrne

  • 9/27

    Candyman (1992)

    Directed by Bernard Rose

    I was waaay too young when I first saw Bernard Rose’s Candyman and it still scares me to this day. It’s the story of a PhD student (Virginia Madsen) who visits an impoverished Chicago tenement building to investigate an urban myth whispered among the residents about a hook-handed ghost stalking the corridors. Naturally, she soon realises the phantom is all too real…. Philip Glass’s delicate music box score is eerie indeed and Tony Todd utterly mesmerising in the lead. Candyman manages to be both sincerely frightening and an important statement about the legacy of slavery and the injustices still endured by Black America, as relevant now as it was in 1992. Say his names three times before the mirror, I dare you – Joe Sommerlad

  • 10/27

    Screamers (1995)

    Directed by Christian Duguay

    Screamers is based on a Philip K Dick story, and his trademark other-worldliness and fascination with the dark side of AI/human nature give it some genuinely chilling twists. Plus there’s robots with sharp blades that tear out of the ground and chop you to bits – Jon Di Paolo

  • 11/27

    Scream (1996)

    Directed by Wes Craven

    Okay, hear me out. Scream might not be a high-quality film or achieve anywhere near the art of modern indie horrors being made on a fraction of the budget, but its antagonist still haunts me and I’ll tell you why: zombies don’t scare me, demons don’t scare me, ghosts don’t scare me, but humans do. None of horror’s clichéd evil beings are as terrifying as a human on a murderous rampage with no apparent motive. Ghostface is gangly, awkward, fallible and all the scarier for it. The way he runs around like a toddler, blindingly slashing at the air, is chilling and an unwelcome reminder that, if you did die at the hands of a psychopath, it wouldn’t involve a cinematic, well-placed spike but a floundering struggle – Christopher Hooton

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  • 12/27

    Funny Games (1997)

    Directed by Michael Haneke

    Whilst not the first film that comes to mind when considering the horror genre, this film for me is as scary as it gets. At first, the violence seems irrational and nihilistic, but the most terrifying thing about Michael Haneke’s Austrian psychological thriller about two men who randomly torture a middle-class family in their idyllic vacation home is the fact that we become the driving force behind the horror. Breaking down the fourth wall (spoilers ahead), one of the oh-so-polite psychopaths rewinds a scene that doesn’t go his way, and gives us a much more gruesome ending to the film, otherwise, as he says straight to camera: “we’d all be deprived of our pleasure – Kirsty Major

  • 13/27

    Ringu (1998)

    Directed by Hideo Nakata

    Make no mistake: if the Hollywood version of Ring is a decent remake, the Japanese original is far more petrifying. There is just something inexplicable about Asian horror films rooted in Japanese folklore and ghost stories that makes them far creepier. Watching it for the very first time is like living a nightmare; as Sadako crawls out of the well, you’ll find yourself automatically pushing against the back of the sofa in the hope she will not eventually end up in your living room. The movie put me off watching TV and picking up the phone for a couple of weeks, at least – Zlata Rodionova

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  • 14/27

    Mulholland Drive (2001)

    Directed by David Lynch

    For me the scariest moment in any movie ever has to be from David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive. The scene happens around 10 minutes into the film but is sold bold and confident in it’s ability to scare you it actually tells you exactly how it is going to do so. By using dream logic, distorted sound and strange camera movements, the scene transports you into a nightmare, turned reality for one of the characters in the scene. These five minutes are exhausting to behold but it is a masterclass in how to effectively use the jump scare. This segment perfectly encapsulates the rest of this beautiful, confusing and surreal movie as you never know what lies around the corner on Mulholland Drive – Greg Evans

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    The Others (2001)

    Directed by Alejandro Amenábar

    This chiller doesn’t rely on CGI or special effects to be scary – it’s all about building tension through old-fashioned dramatic tricks and it does it brilliantly. Nicole Kidman delivers an absolute tour de force and it is riveting and affecting as well as liable to make you jump out of your seat – Jon Di Paolo

  • 16/27

    Dark Water (2002)

    Directed by Hideo Nakata

    One of the horror films that still scares the heck out of me. It’s by Hideo Nakata, who made the equally as scary The Ring. Hollywood did a remake with Jennifer Connelly in 2005, but there is definitely something about the original Japanese version that leaves you with a haunting feeling – Mars El Brogy

  • 17/27

    Signs (2002)

    Directed by M. Night Shyamalan

    Seeing that alien for the first time as he gets unceremoniously booted from a Brazilian kids birthday party still gets me, just as it did when I ran from the room the first time I saw it. I still resent that broadcaster’s blatant flouting of TV dogma by playing so much tension-inducing build up before the action itself – Charlie Atkin

  • 18/27

    Paranormal Activity (2009)

    Directed by Oren Peli

    The only film I’ve ever watched where I considered switching off halfway through out of sheer terror. The tension ratchets up endlessly as the ‘found footage’ style adds to the claustrophobia. A decision was made long ago never to watch it again – Tom Embury-Dennis

    Or: a cautionary tale for leaving your leg dangling out of your bed. Injecting fresh life into the found-footage formula, the first Paranormal Activity managed to induce chills the world over by the simple – and rather frugal – use of a static camera set up by couple Katie and Micah, all in the hope they can learn what’s going ‘bump’ in the night. With every new nighttime scene – each displaying more demonic hauntings than the last – your sounds of terror will become more audible. – Jacob Stolworthy

    Available on Netflix

  • 19/27

    Black Swan (2010)

    Directed by Darren Aronofsky

    Guaranteed to make your skin crawl, Darren Aronofsky’s 2010 take on classic ballet Swan Lake is a textbook example of psychological horror. Ballerina Nina (Natalie Portman) lands the coveted role of the Swan Princess, only to find she cannot engage with her evil alter-ego – the Black Swan. When Nina attempts to engage with her dark-side, she loses herself altogether – Megan Townsend

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    V/H/S (2012)

    Directed by Various

    The rising crop of horror filmmakers (Adam Wingard and Ti West included) teamed up to make V/H/S, an anthology film comprised of six disturbing vignettes; if one doesn’t scare you senseless, it’s a sure bet the next will. The opening two linger in my memory, each taking familiar concepts – a night out with your pals and a honeymoon – and adding a slant of depravity that’ll chill you to the core. Next time someone tells you they “like you,” run a mile – Jacob Stolworthy

  • 21/27

    Oculus (2013)

    Directed by Mike Flanagan

    Psychological thrillers can be terrifying enough as they are, but throw in a spooky supernatural storyline and you’ll have nightmares for days (or at least, I did). Oculus tells the story of a woman determined to clear her brother’s name in the brutal murder of their parents. The siblings suspect supernatural forces are at play, with an antique mirror being at the root of all the evil. Suffice to say, the first thing I did as soon as I got home from the cinema was to throw a blanket over the giant mirror sitting in my room – you know, just in case – Chantal DaSilva

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    It Follows (2014)

    Directed by David Robert Mitchell

    David Robert Mitchell’s synth-encrusted nightmare shows sound’s essential role in the genre. It Follows premises itself on the very simple idea that something is out there, something indistinguishable from your fellow man, except that they’re always headed straight for you. No matter where you may be, and no matter where you may run to. A figure walking down the street may seem ordinary at first, but Disasterpeace’s score here turns that image into paralysing fright. Seeing this in the cinema, tucked up right next to the loudspeaker as the synths reached their climax and blood pooled the screen, unashamedly made me cry like a kid left behind in a shopping mall – Clarisse Loughrey

    Available on Netflix

  • 23/27

    Green Room (2015)

    Directed by Jeremy Saulnier

    Patrick Stewart isn’t the first name that comes to mind when I think of horror; but 2015’s Green Room left me terrified; suspense from start to finish with an uncharacteristically dark turn from Stewart as detached neo-Nazi leader Darcy Banker – Ronan O’Shea

    Available on Netflix

  • 24/27

    The Invitation (2015)

    Directed by Karyn Kusama

    “You look great”. “ I’ve started this new class, it’s changed my life.” We’ve all been there. A dinner party with old friends, someone you deliberately haven’t seen in a while proselytizing about their latest fad diet, class, or retreat. The Invitation takes that a step further: Will takes his new partner for dinner at his ex-wife’s house, joining a cast of friends who haven’t seen each other since he lost his son over a year ago. As the wine flows, and two new guests join the old crew, Will begins to realise that they’ve been brought here for another reason all together – Kirsty Major

    Available on Netflix

  • 25/27

    Under the Shadow (2016)

    Directed by Babak Anvari

    For anyone who has seen Under the Shadow, it should come as no surprise that Iranian-born Babak Anvari’s film is Britain’s Oscar entry for best Best Foreign Language Film. Though short in length (a brief 74 mins), every scene drips with intensity. The 80s set film follows a mother and her young daughter as they struggle with a demon haunting their apartment’s building in war-torn Iran. Alongside the nightmarish torment of the Djinn, the building is being bombed by militant forces, meaning the threat comes from both inside and out, culminating in one of the year’s best horror films – Jack Shepherd

    Available on Netflix

  • 26/27

    The Witch (2016)

    Directed by Robert Eggers

    The Witch is set in 17th contrary New England and follows a family banished from their Puritan plantation. When the youngest suddenly disappears, the blame falls upon Anya Taylor-Joy’s young character, though she knows something more is at play. As the film progresses, stranger and stranger things start to happen, all with a heavy twang of religious imagery. The jump scares may not be frequent but the atmosphere is utterly terrifying – Jack Shepherd

  • 27/27

    Raw (2017)

    Directed by Julia Ducournau

    All good horror reflects our deepest collective fears back at us, and Raw gives us this with a side of human flesh. Justine is a first-year veterinary student, who at once fasts and purges, lets loose and withdraws, scaling the highs and lows that coming of age brings. She throws herself with abandon at human flesh, both literally and metaphorically – with an older sister whose destructive behaviour leaves her with little in the way of a role model to help navigate her newly burgeoning desires – Kirsty Major


    Which Movie Star would you like to be eaten by?
    A meteor strikes Hollywood! All the actors and actresses are contaminated and become… Zombies!

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    Cast: Woody Allen, Christian Bale, Javier Bardem, Kathy Bates, Emily Blunt, Emily Browning, Asa Butterfield, Nicolas Cage, Bruce Campbell, Jim Carrey, Daniel Craig, Tom Cruise, Leonardo DiCaprio, Zac Efron, Morgan Freeman, Mel Gibson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Daryl Hannah, Goldie Hawn, Dwayne Johnson, Tommy Lee Jones, Scarlett Johansson, Angelina Jolie, Michael Keaton Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lawrence, Jared Leto, Jet Li, Bill Murray, Liam Neeson, Jack Nicholson, Dylan O’Brien, Simon Pegg, Michele Pfeiffer, Brad Pitt, Sarah Polley, Natalie Portman, Ving Rhames, Christina Ricci, Saoirse Ronan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Wesley Snipes, Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Uma Thurman, Emma Watson, Marlon Wayans, Bruce Willis.

    Music by Wojciech Kilar (“Bram Stoker’s Dracula”)

    Written, Edited and Directed by Fabrice Mathieu

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    Tyrese Goes at The Rock ‘Dwayne Johnson’ and says He’s GOING BROKE

    Tyrese Goes at The Rock ‘Dwayne Johnson’ and says He’s GOING BROKE

    Tyrese gets real in his latest social media post.

    For anyone who’s been following his recent movements on social media, Tyrese has had himself a rough go at life over the course of the last few months. After child abuse claims against their daughter were brought to life by the actor/singer’s ex-wife, it seems like his life has been thrown into a noticeable tailspin. He’s been publicly trading barbs with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson over the latter’s supposed acceptance of a Fast & Furious spin-off, which has only added to the unflattering public image that Tyrese is now stuck with. In a new post on Instagram, the embattled thespian shed some light on his personal struggles, which may be worse than anyone had anticipated.

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    Tyrese Goes at The Rock ‘Dwayne Johnson’ and says He’s GOING BROKE
    Tyrese Goes at The Rock ‘Dwayne Johnson’ and says He’s GOING BROKE

    ‘Black Adam’ Actor Dwayne Johnson Fulfills Stan Lee

    Stan Lee Dwayne Previous wrestler and Hollywood star Dwayne Johnson at the time met with Marvel maestro Stan Lee when the artist formerly known as “The Rock” initially obtained associated with the movie market – and several years afterwards, they have reunited.

    Dwayne Johnson shared a heartwarming anecdote about some assistance that Stan Lee gave him early on in his movie vocation on his Instagram page. The actor shared a photograph of himself and Smilin’ Stan shaking palms at the Los Angeles Comic Con, where by the actor clarifies that he was incredibly grateful for the assistance that he obtained and is a massive lover of the author’s work:

    This male. This legend. When I initially broke into Hollywood 17yrs in the past, Stan Lee (iconic co creator of Spider Person, Iron Person, Thor, Hulk, X-Males, Fantastic Four, Dr Bizarre etcetera) welcomed me with open arms. Often supplying sage assistance to help establish my vocation. Be imaginative, set no limits.. have exciting, he stated. Many years experienced absent by, but at Stan’s #LAComicCon I experienced the prospect to hug him yet again and say thank you. I was also certainly moved yesterday by his terms pertaining to the vocation I have been fortunate plenty of to establish. Substantially more to attain. Cheers my close friend to creativity, no limits and exciting. Up coming time tequila’s on me! Your Black Adam⚡️🥃 (@hhgarcia41 📸)

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    Zachary Levi ‘Honored​ And Tremendously Humbled’ To Be Section Of DC Universe

    Offered that Dwayne Johnson will (sooner or later) portray the DC villain Black Adam in a future movie, this is a further great present of there becoming no tricky feelings concerning Marvel and their Distinguished Level of competition. In any scenario, it is great to see this type of reunion materialize following the receiver of Stan Lee’s assistance went on to have a effective vocation – there’s some thing of a It is A Superb Lifetime vibe to it.

    Black Adam movie is in enhancement for the DC Extended Universe, but no time frame for the project has been scheduled. In the meantime, Stan Lee has filmed cameos for a variety of Marvel Cinematic Universe productions.

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    10 Justice League Customers Who Really should Be a part of The DCEU Up coming

    Justice League
    The Justice League is not constrained to the 6 customers we’ll see in Zack Snyder’s film afterwards this year. The crew has an expansive roster that attributes dozens of reserve figures prepared to help the Justice League help save the entire world on a moment’s recognize.

    With movies like the Eco-friendly Lantern Corps and Shazam in the pipelines, it is crystal clear more heroes will be released to the DCEU before long. The Avengers highlighted a compact crew and it only grew as more figures had been released into the Marvel movie universe. The Justice League is gonna require all the help it can get to combat Darkseid and keep the streets safe from decreased-tier villains like Deathstroke and Joker.

    Did I fail to remember to include your favourite Justice League member? Perfectly permit me know in the reviews why Fireplace and Firestorm are much better options.

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