The cameras are gonna be at his movie premiere, but he's not gonna actually BE at Raw, so I figure nothing important's gonna go down related to The Rock. Probly just some more shilling for The Rundown, and letting people know he's still alive.
Ok, I'm sure I missed something by not ever actually watching Universal Soldier 2, but I have to ask: After everything that happened in Universal Soldier 1, what kind of retard would restart the Universal Soldier program? I mean, Dolph Lundgren went nuts, killed all his commanding officers, and made a necklace out of their ears. Then he blew up half of the midwest trying to kill Jean Claud Van Dam. Why the hell would you think the Universal Soldier program was a good idea?
I imagine it would be the same people that thought it would be a good idea to make multiple movies about it. They're called American Entertainment Executives. Suddenly I see a new gimmick for Steven Richards...
It would be pretty funny if Christian was actually there booing The Rock and making a general ass of himself. He could insult the movie, suck up to Christopher Walken, then deliver the Unprettier on a very perturbed Sean William Scott, only to hightail it out through the crowd to get away from The Rock.
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Originally posted by MollyFan2K2It would be pretty funny if Christian was actually there booing The Rock and making a general ass of himself.
Hahah that would be great.
I can't believe Ropert and Ebert think Rock is a great actor, they hate every sports star/wrestler. SO he must be doing something right? Maybe I should go see one of his movies? Mummy 2 doesn't count cause I didn't really see him acting.
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It doesn't surprise me that they think Rock is a good actor because he's clearly talented. It did surprise me, however, to hear that they gave The Rundown two thumbs up. The movie just looks absolutely horrid from the trailors. Maybe the people who put the trailor together are the antithesis of the WWE production team?
Seeing that bit last night with the Rock made me think that it's time for the man to move on from wrestling. I think it's great that he still feels he needs to be a part of it, and takes time out of his premier to *plug his movie* play the Rock, but it just doesn't feel right anymore. He's gotten bigger now and just looked kind of foolish playing the Rock while he's at a premier for a movie that he's starring in.
Originally posted by InVerseI imagine it would be the same people that thought it would be a good idea to make multiple movies about it. They're called American Entertainment Executives. Suddenly I see a new gimmick for Steven Richards...
Bah. Nothing is better than Heat GM Steven Richards.
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I can't believe Ropert and Ebert think Rock is a great actor, they hate every sports star/wrestler. SO he must be doing something right?
I remember the Rock being on Leno one night after he had appeared on SNL the previous saturday night, and Roger Ebert was the second guest that night. As soon as Ebert sat down, he immediately complimented the Rock on his performance on SNL. He told the audience that he has seen huge Hollywood actors on SNL not perform nearly as well as the Rock did. He also mentioned that he never saw the Rock look offstage at a cue card one single time during the whole show, unlike what major big time actors have to do all the time on the show.
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I dont know, but i think that the Rock really neeeds the WWE to perform, because hes a Character! a character in the movies, in the Wrestling Ring! in the Interviews!!! come on! the person inside The Rock's Character still needs a scape for that streesin live.....and what better scape than smash some guys ass and screams some dirty words with a Mic in front of 10,000 guys per night??
After all...guys like Vin Diesel cant do that , ja!
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That's a pretty flawed statement to begin with, considering Big Show was WWE Champion before, Yokozuna was without a doubt the heaviest pound-for-pound (though lacked height), and Andre was probably just as big - if not bigger - than the Big Show.