Is that REALLY The Rock?! A larger than life Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson provides the belly laughs in the trailer for his new movie ‘Central Intelligence.’ Click to WATCH the hilarious trailer now!
It’s Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, 43, like you’ve never seen him before in this downright funny trailer for his latest movie, Central Intelligence. The usually buff former wrestler appears fat and flabby while dancing in the shower in the the first trailer that you’ll just be dying to see once you watch this!
In the movie, Dwayne plays an elite CIA assassin, who tries to enlist the help of his old school friend (Kevin Hart), a former teenage stud. The end of the trailer gives us the epic scene where the WWE star is completely unrecognizable as a fat teenager singing and dancing in the shower.
There’s no reason you shouldn’t be LOLing when you see our hero, complete with braces, getting jiggy in the shower while singing En Vogue’s “My Lovin (You’re Never Gonna Get It).” It’s definitely something you would never expect!
Elsewhere in the trailer, watch Dwayne and Kevin fly through windows, get into hijinks in helicopters, take part in car chases and spar in shootouts. But nothing quite amounts to Dwayne’s transformation!
The movie, also starring Ed Helms, is set to be released in June 2016, and we can’t wait to see this when it hits theaters.
Meanwhile, family man Dwayne showed he’s a lot softer than his tough guy persona during an interview on Oprah’s Masterclass. The action movie star gushed to the host about his relationship with his teenage daughter, Simone Johnson.
“I always wanted to be a great dad. I always wanted to give Simone things that I felt I never got,” the Furious 7 actor stated. “When I held her when she was born, I held her in these two hands and I said to her, ‘I will always, always take care of you, for the rest of your life. You are safe.’ Literally held her in these two hands. Throughout the years, throughout the ups and downs, I’ve realized that the most important thing that I could do with my daughter is lead our life with love. Not success, not fame, not anything else but, ‘I’m always here for you. I love you.’”
So, will you be seeing this movie, HollywoodLifers? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
— Jon Boon