Krasinski joins the cast of "DC League of Super-Pets" alongside Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Vanessa Bayer, Diego Luna and Keanu Reeves.
With Daniel Craig departing his role as 007, Dwayne Johnson has revealed that he wants to be cast as James Bond—and has a family connection to the franchise.
Vin Diesel recently urged Dwayne Johnson to return to the "Fast & Furious" franchise—but a joke in Netflix's "Red Notice" may have him rescind the offer.
Vin Diesel has urged Dwayne Johnson to return to the "Fast & Furious" franchise, after the actors' public falling-out.
The wrestler-turned-actor has discussed whether he will ever bid for the White House, after a poll found that 46 percent of Americans would back his run.
WWE star Kevin Nash apologised for something he did to The Rock in 2002, but Dwayne Johnson couldn't have been more humble in his acceptance.
Morgan County Patrol Lieutenant Eric Fields became the talk of social media, thanks to his striking resemblance to actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
Celebrities like Ashton Kutcher and Kristen Bell are putting their two cents in a debate about children and bathing.
Ariana Grande, Dwayne Johnson and Demi Lovato are some of the celebs using their social media platform to spread the word about getting vaccinated.
"Jungle Cruise" is finally coming to cinemas after COVID forced the release date back—fans will be keen to know if there's an end of credits sequence.
Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt star in Disney's latest adventure movie "Jungle Cruise" set along the Amazon River.
A former skipper on the Disneyland attraction described how racist imagery hurt some customers, as well as the hate she received for tweeting about it.
Marvel heroes, chatty teens, terrifying monsters and sexy beasts are just some of the highlights to look forward to on streaming services in July 2021.
The Rock said that despite her "tough life," his mom "exemplifies a remarkable grace, gratitude, compassion, wicked sense of humor and finds her greatest joy in her granddaughters."
A new poll suggests that at least 46 percent of Americans would support Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson running for president, while 63 percent believe that Hollywood stars could "make good politicians."
"Young Rock" is the new NBC comedy that sees three actors play Dwayne Johnson at 10, 15 and 18—some pretty awkward times in the wrestler's life.
Oddsmakers consider The Rock equally likely to secure the Oval Office as the New York congresswoman in four years.
The Rock's father, Rocky Johnson, died in January 2020 at the age of 75 after a successful career as a professional wrestler.
Sharing a close up of his face with blood trickling down from his temple, The Rock used the opportunity to motivate his millions of followers.
"I used to LOVE putting on my dad's wrestling trunks, boots, jacket and championship belts—dreaming of one day becoming a pro wrestling champion," Johnson wrote on Instagram.
Johnson is however the "number one followed man in America the number one followed American man in the world and most importantly, the number one daddy at home."
The answer may surprise you, as will other President's decisions.