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The young star reveals what she was afraid of while shooting the seismic disaster film, and how she could only see The Rock as her big screen daddy.
The filmmaker explains to SPINOFF that grounding the disaster movie in emotion was as important as creating the eye-popping visual effects.
The action hero reveals how the film's team rallied to raise the bar while making a modern disaster epic.
The Rock’s rendition of the Taylor Swift hit on "Lip Sync Battle" is even better than we imagined.
Paul Walkers final film boasts some terrific stunts, but misfires with a frequently frustrating plot that's stuck in neutral.
The Rock explains why he decided to pass on bringing the titular hero to life, opting instead to portray his less-than-pure arch enemy.
Artist Nick Acosta thought the "San Andreas" trailer bore a striking resemblance to 1978's "Superman." Thus was born "Supermandreas."
Once he's established the "Shazam" character's villainous side, all sorts of DC Universe film crossovers are on the table.
The upcoming disaster film pits The Rock and Carla Gugino against a massive earthquake that devastates California.
Do the cryptic comments hint at a change to Warner Bros.' DC slate, or cameos by Shazam and Black Adam in other, earlier films?
Learn about the creation of Dwayne Johnson's distinct lion-centric battle garb in this exclusive clip from the "Hercules" Blu-ray extras.
Following previous teases, Dwayne Johnson has made it clear he's playing Black Adam, with Darren Lemke set to write the "Shazam" film.
FINALLY! The Rock has arrived in the DCU! Dwayne Johnson has confirmed that he will star in Warner Bros.' "Shazam," but not whether it will be as hero or villain.
The Rock revealed on Twitter that he's recently had a meeting with Warner Bros., regarding something DC Comics related for 2014.
Dwayne Johnson discusses starring as fan-favorite Roadblock in "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," the future of the "Fast and Furious" franchise, his desire to play Black Adam in a Shazam movie and being born to portray Hercules.
Will The Rock portray DC Comics’ Main Man on the big screen? According, Dwayne Johnson himself, the answer is … possibly. SPINOFF has the latest details on a "Lobo" film adaptation.