5 Things You Didn’t Know About Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

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Dwayne Johnson, who is much better known by his professional wrestling name “The Rock,” has been one of the most surprising additions to the film industry in modern memory. Dwayne Johnson made a name for himself on the professional wrestling circuit, but eventually made his way into numerous film (and even a few) television appearances that have cemented his role in pop culture far beyond that of simply “just a wrestler.” The following are 5 interesting things you may not have known about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

His grandfather was a professional wrestler

When Johnson was first introduced into the professional wrestling circuit, one of his main hypes was the fact that he was a third generational wrestler. There are actually many members of Johnson’s families who have become professional wrestlers, including his grandfather, several uncles, and even cousins. Johnson’s grandfather was known as “High Chief” Peter Maivia. His maternal grandmother (Peter’s wife) was not a wrestler, but she was a professional wrestling promoter who actually took charge of the POlynesian Pacific Pro Wrestling circuit after Peter died.

He is a Canadian citizen

Johnson is actually a Canadian citizen, but he was not always a citizen of the northern country. He only became an official citiizen in 2009, when certain changes were made to the laws regarding Canada’s citizenship laws. This law allowed Johnson to become a citizen due to the fact that his father was born in Canada. Johnson is also an American citizen.

He has an interesting college degree

Johnson graduated from college on a full football scholarship. He earned a degree in crimonology and physiology.

The Rock wasn’t his first “wrestling character”

It’s commmon for wrestlers to go through several characters before finding the character who hits it just right with fans and the industry. His first wrestling character was named Flex Kavana. However, the name was not very successful and he ended up debuting in the WWF as Rocky maivia. Gradually, he earned the nickname The Rock, and his wrestler alter ego was gradually renamed The Rock.

He returned to the WWF part time

Officially, Johnson retired “The Rock” from the WWF and WWE n 2004, after winning multiple championships and belts. He largely pursued a career in the Hollywood industry after his retirement, but in 2011 through 2013 he returned to the WWE  on a part-time basis.


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3 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift was the third entry in the popular The Fast and the Furious film series; it was also the first film to focus on entirely new characters separate from the first two movies, although one actor from the prior two films did make a cameo appearance. The film did not gross as much as the first two entries in the Fast and Furious series, but it was still financially successful (although not critically praised) at the box office; it was also enough of a box office success that the studio decided to continue making films in the series. How much do you really know about the third film in the Fast and Furious franchise? Let’s look at 3 things that may surprise you about The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.

Universal Pictures had to strike a deal with Vin Diesel for his cameo appearance

The only actor from the previous two films to make an appearance in Tokyo Drift was Vin Diesel. However, Vin Diesel’s character was not originally slated to be in the film–as a cameo role or otherwise. But after the film was received poorly at numerous test screenings, the Universal Pictures studio decided that including Vin Diesel in a cameo role might get more people to see the film in theaters. Diesel only agreed to the cameo spot if the studio would then give him the rights to the “Chronicles of Riddick” franchise. Universal Pictures agreed, and Vin Diesel later went on to make the next film in the series–2013’s ‘Riddick’–on his own.

The drifting was real

Some audiences thought that the movie’s drifting sequences were done with sound stages and careful CGI. However, all of the drifting in the film was real; it was done by professional drivers with heavy experience in drifting to reduce the risk of potential accidents or injuries. Keiichi Tsuchiya, often considered the “King of Drifting,” worked as a consultant and driver on the film. He also had a small cameo role and his most famous car makes an appearance during the film’s famous parking garage scene.

Paul Walker wasn’t asked to return

Despite starring in the previous two films, Universal did not ask Paul Walker to reprise his role because they felt he was “too old” for the franchise. After the film’s poor reception by fans, Universal decided to reintroduce Walker’s character in the films.


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3 Reasons Why The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies Doesn’t Work

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The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies may be doing very well financially, but the film—the last in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy—is getting blasted by critics and audiences alike. The film’s rating is the lowest of any of the Hobbit trilogy movies on Rotten Tomatoes, and even the most diehard Jackson fans weren’t satisfied with the ultimate quality of the film. But why doesn’t The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies work? Let’s look at 3 reasons why the film ended up being subpar.

Smaug is barely in the film

The second film’s finale with Smaug was a fun and dangerous pay-off after nearly two films of build-up about the terrible and terrifying dragon. The second film ended with Smaug on a rampage, with Laketown in peril .The third film treats Smaug like a blip on the radar—his destruction of the town is shown in the aftermath, he has hardly any lines, and he is dispatched within the first 20 minutes of the movie. This is a huge letdown which not only deprived the film of an interesting character, but created a sloppy, disjointed pacing.

The female characters are written poorly

Jackson’s decision to introduce Tauriel and Galadriel into the story is an admirable one—the films can always use more interesting female characters. The trouble is that both Galadriel and Tauriel are written poorly in Battle of the Five Armies. Both characters screen time is almost exclusively spent thinking, worrying or crying about men they care for with no other motivation to make them full-fledged characters. Tauriel begins to fight poorly because she’s focused on Kili, and has to be rescued not once, but twice because of her distraction; Galadriel stops participating in the battle so she can cry over Gandalf.

Too much CGI

CGI has been a plague on every single Hobbit film, and the final film in the trilogy is no exception. The Lord of the Rings films deftly combined makeup, camera angles and thousands of extras with a bit of CGI to create a realistic, beautifully crafted world. The Hobbit does almost every single thing on green screen, and it shows. The CGI in the film is so obvious and at times, so poorly done that it is absolutely distracting. At times, the film feels more like “Battle of the Five Armies: The Video Game” than a motion picture with millions of dollars in the budget box.


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2 Ways Orange Is the New Black Differs from the Original Book

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Piper Kerman’s Orange is the New Black memoir, which details her year in a women’s prison after she was arrested on drug related charges, was a bestseller in its own right when it was adapted for a television show format for the streaming service Netflix. While the Orange is the New Black TV show is based on the memoir, there are actually many differences—including significant ones—from the original material. The following are 2 key ways that Orange is the New Black deviates from Kerman’s book.

The inmates have more personality

The inmates in the original book, for the most part, were not described in great detail. Kerman indicated in the memoir that not only did she change names and other identifying characteristics, but she often refused to include personal details such as what crimes people had committed in order to give her fellow inmates their privacy.

The inmates in the TV show not only have mostly different names from the book; they have different personalities, fictional back stories, and unique motivations that make them full-fledged characters. Dayanara Diaz, for example, is a completely fictional character. In the book she is never described past some vague descriptions of her heritage and a name. In the show, however, she has a tragic back story, romantic relationships, and a pregnancy subplot.

Piper has romance

In the original book, Piper’s ex-girlfriend (Nora in the book, Alex in the series) is not sent to the same prison as Alex after the two are sentenced. In the show, however, Alex and Piper wind up at the same prison, which opened up the possibility for all sorts of drama and subplot. In the show, Piper rekindles her romance with Alex; in the book, of course, this did not happen.

The addition of a rekindled romance for Piper also changed the dynamic between Piper and her fiance in the show. In the show, her fiance is somewhat kind-hearted but he ultimately takes advantage of Piper and the inmates in order to further her journalism career; this causes tension between the two, who are on the point of breaking up several times in the show. In the memoir, however, her fiance is nothing but supportive; he visits her every weekend, has multiple calls with her throughout the week, and never attempts to capitalize on Piper’s—or anyone else’s—misfortunes.


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3 Things You Didn’t Know About Murder by Death

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Murder by Death is a mystery comedy film that plays on the tropes and clichés of the once-popular “country house mysteries”; these mysterious would often place an eclectic cast of characters at a large house in the country, where at least one person would be murdered, leaving the rest of the characters to solve the crime.

The film received largely positive reviews, although some critics who disliked the film seemed to have missed the idea of it being a parody and send-up of the ever-popular “whodunnit” genre. Despite mixed reviews, it was a huge success at the box office. The film is considered a cult classic today, not only for its niche parody, but for the fact that Truman Capote makes a rare appearance.

How much do you really know about this cult comedy whodunnit? Let’s look at 3 surprising things that you probably didn’t know about Murder by Death.

The film includes a nod to Fay Wray

Fay Wray is considered an early version of a “scream queen,” and the film makes a special nod to her popularity in a unique way. In the film, the “doorbell” of the country house is actually a woman’s scream. The scream is taken from the 1933 film King Kong, where Fay Wray famously screamed her head off as the giant gorilla took hold of her.

Peter Sellers accidentally lost his profits for the film

Peter Sellers was not very confident that the film would do well in the box office. in fact, he was so sure that the movie would be a flop that he convinced the film’s producers to buy back his share of the profits–likely thinking that, if nothing else, he would break even on the picture. However, the film went on to be a huge success; Sellers, who had sold his share of the profits, saw none of them.

Alec Guinness read his Star Wars script while working on the film

While filming Murder by Death, actor Alec Guinness received the script for an upcoming space fantasy film called Star Wars: a New Hope. Guinness, who was being courted for the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi by the casting director of Star Wars, read the script in his dressing room during production down time. And while Guinness became notorious for disliking Star Wars, he reportedly said he had “great fun” making Murder by Death.

Murder by Death is a mystery comedy film that plays on the tropes and clichés of the once-popular “country house mysteries”; these mysterious would often place an eclectic cast of characters at a large house in the country, where at least one person would be murdered, leaving the rest of the characters to solve the crime.

The film received largely positive reviews, although some critics who disliked the film seemed to have missed the idea of it being a parody and send-up of the ever-popular “whodunnit” genre. Despite mixed reviews, it was a huge success at the box office. The film is considered a cult classic today, not only for its niche parody, but for the fact that Truman Capote makes a rare appearance.

How much do you really know about this cult comedy whodunnit? Let’s look at 3 surprising things that you probably didn’t know about Murder by Death.

The film includes a nod to Fay Wray

Fay Wray is considered an early version of a “scream queen,” and the film makes a special nod to her popularity in a unique way. In the film, the “doorbell” of the country house is actually a woman’s scream. The scream is taken from the 1933 film King Kong, where Fay Wray famously screamed her head off as the giant gorilla took hold of her.

Peter Sellers accidentally lost his profits for the film

Peter Sellers was not very confident that the film would do well in the box office. in fact, he was so sure that the movie would be a flop that he convinced the film’s producers to buy back his share of the profits–likely thinking that, if nothing else, he would break even on the picture. However, the film went on to be a huge success; Sellers, who had sold his share of the profits, saw none of them.

Alec Guinness read his Star Wars script while working on the film

While filming Murder by Death, actor Alec Guinness received the script for an upcoming space fantasy film called Star Wars: a New Hope. Guinness, who was being courted for the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi by the casting director of Star Wars, read the script in his dressing room during production down time. And while Guinness became notorious for disliking Star Wars, he reportedly said he had “great fun” making Murder by Death.


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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Modern Family

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Modern Family, created by Christopher Lloyd and Steven Levitan, is a sitcom starring Ed O’Neill and Sofia Vergara; the program, which first premiered in 2009, airs on ABC and focuses on the extended suburban family of Jay Pritchett. The show has received critical acclaim, excellent ratings, and even awards: its awards include an Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, as well as the Golden Globe for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy. How much do you really know about Modern Family? Take a look at 5 things you probably didn’t know about this popular comedy.

One of the show’s main running jokes is drawn from real life

One of the show’s running jokes is that the father, Jay, keeps forgetting that Mitchell (his son) has come out as gay. This particular joke is drawn from the real life of Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who admitted in an interview that it took three separate tries coming out as gay to his own father before his father believed that it was true. After Ferguson relayed this story to the show’s writers, they decided to incorporate it into the storylines.

The show has a reference to Curb Your Enthusiasm and Beverly Hills Cop

The show has a reference that nods toward Curb Your Enthusiasm and Beverly Hills Cop; the license plate of the car that Mitchell and Cameron share is 2GAT123, the same license played use in Beverly Hills Cop and Curb Your Enthusiasm.

It was the first ABC series to win Outstanding Comedy in 22 years

Modern Family was the first show on ABC to win the Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series in 22 years. The last ABC show to win an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series was the Wonder Years, which won in 1988.

Britney Spears was offered a role

Britney Spears was reportedly offered a role in the show’s third season. However, Britney’s management agency took too long in getting back to the show’s writers, and by the time that they responded they had already begun work on season 3 and was unable to incorporate her into the show.

The show could have been animated

One of the earliest concepts for the show was to have it be an animated sitcom, in order to make it appeal to younger audiences, including children.


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Why You Should Be Watching Bravo’s “Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce”

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Bravo recently premiered its very first scripted series, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, and the critical praise couldn’t be more evident that their first foray into scripted shows is going to be a success.

The show is inspired by a series of books written by author Vicki Iovine, which focus on a housewife named Abby who is the best-selling author of a series of self-help books called “Girlfriend’s Guide.” Although Abby presents herself as a married housewife who has it all—loving marriage, perfect kids, and a stable romantic life—her real life is falling apart; her husband is having an affair and largely avoids coming home, Abby herself is on the verge of entering into her own affair, and her life begins to unravel when she reveals the truth about herself at a book reading, which quickly goes viral when someone uploads a video of her confession online.

The show’s premiere has gotten rave reviews from critics and viewers—but if you’re still not convinced, consider the following reasons why you should be watching Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce.

It stars Lisa Edelstein

Lisa Edelstein is best known for playing Lisa Cuddy on House M.D., although she has appeared in everything from Ally McBeal to The West Wing to Judging Amy. Here, she plays the lead role of Abby McCarthy, and Edelstein could not be better suited for the role—she manages to perfectly capture the strained, faux happiness that Abby (like many women) struggles to present to the world despite her own personal problems. Abby’s character in the show’s first episode is a bundle of mixed emotions, and though some actresses might have the tendency to overreact or overplay her character, so far Edelstein has been able to keep the reins down just right.

It’s being developed by Marti Noxon

If you ask most people who Marti Noxon is, they probably won’t be able to tell you–but she has played an instrumental role in many people’s favorite TV shows. Noxon was a writer, story editor, co-producer, and even executive producer for the famous Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series; she was also a consulting producer on the show’s spin-off, Angel; and has offered executive and consulting producer work on various shows such as Private Practice, Glee and Point Pleasant. Having Noxon on board is a sure sign of good things to come.


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3 Reasons Why the Big Bang Theory Is Still Worth Watching

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The Big Bang Theory is one of the most popular shows on television; it constantly gets great ratings episode after episode, and even its returns manage to catch millions of viewers. The show has sold countless DVDs and streaming subscriptions, to say nothing of the other merchandise—from t-shirts to lunch boxes—sold to promote the show. And although the show is now almost a decade old, there is still plenty to enjoy in this comedic sitcom. The following are 3 reasons why The Big Bang Theory is still worth watching.

The cast is still great

It’s not unheard of for a TV show’s cast to get a little off-center after a few seasons; it’s easy, after all, for an actor to become bored or complacent with material, especially if their character is not seeing much development. The cast of the Big Bang Theory, however, is still in top shape–even if some of the choices made by the writing staff aren’t always the best. The cast of the show always manages to shine, delivering comedy with deft timing and even packing an emotional punch when necessary.

The pop culture jokes are still fun

Although the comedy on The Big Bang Theory is sometimes derided for its pop culture nature, the fact that the jokes rely on what’s new or popular or even retro keeps the show fresh and fun. And these types of pop culture reverential jokes have another added benefit: audiences know about them! It’s much more fun to hear a joke about an epic fantasy film you know and love than an obscure reference that holds no meaning.

Penny is (finally) getting some development

Penny has arguably been the least developed character on the show—until now. For far too many reasons, Penny said a rather static character, whose life revolved around being with or breaking up with Leonard and vainly trying to make her successful—to no avail. Finally, however, the show’s writers have given Penny her big break which will leave ample room for character development in the show’s future. Penny can now finally have more independence financially, rather than having to rely on Leonard to cover for her when she can’t quite make the bills; this in turn will hopefully lead towards Penny developing a more independent character track that isn’t all about her relationship (or lack thereof) with Leonard.


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3 Differences Between House of Cards (US) and House of Cards (UK)

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Netflix’s House of Cards premiered on the service in 2013; its second season premiered the next year and the show is set to premiere a third season in 2015. The show is set in modern day Washington D.C. and tells the story of Frank Underwood (played by Kevin Spacey) a Democratic politican who is trying to move up in the political ranks. The show received an astonishing nine Primetime Emmy Awards for its first season and its continued success has helped to bolster the popularity of online and streaming based television series.

The show is actually an adaptation of an earlier TV show produced by the BBC, which was also called House of Cards. That TV show was based on a novel of the same name by Micheal Dobbs. Although both shows have many similarities, there are also differences between the American ‘House of Cards’ and the original British production. The following are three differences between the two shows.

The original “Frank” had a more playful side
In the original House of Cards, Frank is actually Francis Urquhart; Francis, although he has his dark moments, was more of a playful character that took advantage of his natural charisma and wit whenever it would serve him. Frank, on the other hand, is a much heavier character who doesn’t have many playful or lighthearted moments.

The US show is much more dramatic
The American version of the show really ups the drama from the rather soft drama of the original BBC show. This may be because the American version of House of Cards has 13 episodes per season, while the BBC original version of House of Cards only had 4 episodes per season. Because the American House of Cards has much more time to use per season, they can create new plot twists, add in much more character drama, and exploit the storylines further and with more complexity than the original series ever could.

The wife has a bigger role
In the original novel version of House of Cards, the wife’s role was almost nonexistent. The BBC version took this a step further by making her a supporting player with more to do; and the American House of Cards adaptation has gone even further by making Frank’s wife a central character who is an integral part of the show’s plot.


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4 Things You Didn’t Know About the Late Richard Kiel

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The late Richard Kiel is best known for his role as Jaws in the James Bond films as well as his more comedic parts, such as his memorable performance in Adam Sandler’s Happy Gilmore. Kiel has a lucrative film career that continued despite a physical injury that limited his mobility and he remains one of the best character actors in recent memory. The following are 4 things you didn’t know about the late Richard Kiel.

He is the author of several books
Few people know that Richard Kiel wrote several published books. His books include an autobiography titled Making It Big in the Movies, which was first published in 2002 and re-released in 2004 with additional material; and Kentucky Lion: the True Story of Cassius Clay, a historical fiction novel about Cassius Clay that Kiel co-wrote with Pamela Wallace. Kiel’s ‘Cassius Clay’ novel received critical praise for its in-depth, historical look at Clay as well as its unique fictional take on an often overlooked aspect of history.

Kiel turned down a famous sci-fi role
Richard Kiel was the first actor to be offered the role of Chewbacca in the original Star Wars film. Kiel, however, turned the role down in favor of accepting the role of Jaws. Kiel felt that the role of Jaws was meatier, since Chewbacca was a simple role in full-costume and not a human character; he was also only offered scale pay as Chewbacca, which Kiel felt was too low for an actor with his experience.

He was scared of heights
Kiel was actually terrified of heights, which was exacerbated by his own size. Kiel was usually very nervous when he was called to do any stunts that required jumping from heights, and the body double for Roger Moore—despite the fact that he was almost an entire foot shorter than Kiel– would often do double-duty as Kiel’s stunt double if Kiel felt unable to perform them.

He was going to be the Incredible Hulk
Kiel was originally cast as The Incredible Hulk in the 1978 television series based on the original comic books. Most of the first episode (which doubled as the pilot) was filmed with Kiel in the Hulk role before the show’s producers decided that he wasn’t physically right for the role—while Kiel was big, he was not muscular enough. Kiel was reportedly fine with this decision, as the makeup for the Hulk irritated his eyes.


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