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The Rock talks diet, fitness, new movie

By David Raterman, Correspondent, April 18, 2013

South Florida action star Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, plays a bodybuilding criminal in the motion picture, "Pain and Gain. " The meathead fest, featuring a trio of steroid-using personal trainers in Miami during the 1990s, is a truthy tragicomedy that's often disturbing and sometimes hilarious. (Co-star Mark Wahlberg seems to be in "roid rage" throughout the movie.) Johnson plays an ex-con who worked out nonstop behind bars, so the actor decided to become more muscular for the role.


Movie review: 'Faster'

By Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle, November 23, 2010

The Rock didn't start calling himself by his given name, Dwayne Johnson, so he could make garbage like "Faster. " This film is a comedown and indicates something is going very wrong, either in Johnson's opportunities or his choices. In either case, he'd be better off cutting his overhead, taking a one bedroom apartment somewhere and waiting for a director to take him seriously before allowing himself ever again to get treated like an ambulatory hunk of meat, as he is in this movie. The thing is, within his sphere, Johnson can act. He has a fair degree of charm, and he even has -- when called upon to demonstrate it -- a healthy sense of the ridiculous.


After Wrestling With Choice,

By JORGE MILIAN Staff Writer, September 12, 1993

Dwayne Johnson's father is a famous wrestler and former champion in the World Wrestling Federation. But it was Johnson, a reserve defensive tackle for the University of Miami, who got into the battle royales in the family. "Some of the kids in school used to call my father a fake or a phony," said Johnson, whose father, Rocky Johnson, held a WWF tag-team world title with partner Tony Atlas in 1984. "That kind of thing brought on a few fights." The worst brawl came one day at Freedom High School in Bethlehem, Pa. Johnson put one of his tormenters into a "sleeper" hold, a wrestling move designed to render an opponent unconscious.


The Time For Rock And Role

By Alex Marvez Staff Writer, March 15, 2002

Pretty soon, World Wrestling Federation fans won't be the only ones who can smell what The Rock is cooking. The Rock, aka Davie resident Dwayne Johnson, is booked for one of the biggest matches in wrestling history Sunday when headlining the Wrestlemania XVIII pay-per-view show against Hulk Hogan. But Johnson will be receiving even more mainstream attention for his first marquee movie role in The Scorpion King, which debuts April 19. With the potential to become one of Hollywood's leading men, Johnson admits he may soon be doing more acting on film than in the ring.


Um Dynasty Now Ruled By Pressure

By RANDALL MELL Staff Writer, October 4, 1994

You can blame Alabama. You can call it a New Year's Day hangover the Miami Hurricanes haven't been able to shake. The 'Canes haven't righted themselves fully since the Crimson Tide rocked them 34-13 in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1, 1993. The 'Canes are 12-5 dating to that game. They are 4-3 over their last seven games. It's worse against ranked opponents. The 'Canes are 3-5 against Top 25 teams over the last two years. These are cold, hard facts, and they shape UM's showdown against Florida State Saturday (7:30 p.m., ESPN)


Cameras Roll For The Rock


Dwayne Johnson admits he wasn't a good enough football player at the University of Miami to make it in the NFL. But as The Rock, Johnson was a perfect fit on the sidelines of a celebrity football game being played in the shadows of Reliant Stadium just two days before Super Bowl XXXVIII. Johnson and Tampa Bay's Warren Sapp, who were Hurricanes teammates as defensive linemen during the early 1990s, were the honorary coaches last Friday for MTV's annual Rock 'N Jock exhibition. A Johnson-led roster that included celebrities (Nelly, Matthew Lilliard and Nicole Richie)