Rob Gronkowski watched from the sidelines (due to an injury) as his Patriots come from behind to win the Super Bowl this Sunday and because of that he missed the all the commercials that aired during the game. Which probably explains why he didn’t realize that the bathing suit The Rock gave him from Baywatch was Zac Efron’s and not Pamela Anderson’s. Therefore you can understand why he reacted the way he did when he found out whose bottom he just rubbed all over his head. Which is something I would like to do, him not so much.
Now when it comes to Gronk and DJ, someone needs to give them a movie because they are hysterical together. Don’t you just love their chemistry?
When Baywatch was airing, we never got to hear any cursing on it. Well the same can’t be said about the big screen version. That is something that is obvious in the International trailer for the film that stars The Rock and Zac Efron.
The cursing doesn’t bother me in this trailer. I just thought it was more of a comedy as compared to a Dick Flick. I am just not into those type of movies. I guess I knew it was the case, but still I wanted to be lighter like the TV series.
Even though I hate remakes, I can’t wait to see Jumanji because of how much fun the cast had behind the scenes. Here’s a perfect example of that. While The Rock, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillian and Jack Black were waiting to film a car scene, they reworked Bon Jovi’s You Give Love a Bad Name. They replaced the word Love with Cock, and I will never be able to hear the song the same way. Do you think it sucks or blows? Get It?
Dwayne Johnson reworked Twas the Night Before Rockmas to be his own and it is the new Christmas tale we all needed. Is there anything The Rock can’t do? Acts, sings and writes Christmas stories for us all to enjoy. He truly is Dwaynta Claus!
Someone painted The Rock and Mario Lopez lying on top of each other wearing just red briefs, so do they have something to tell us? All the Extra host would say is, “Why am I the one getting spooned?! I wanna spoon @TheRock!” Therefore, it is up to you to decide what is really going on between The Rock and The Pebble in this painting that sold at Art Basel in Miami.