Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson lives up to his name indeed as a broken finger and pouring blood doesn’t deter the actor from laughing all the pain away. The uneventful incident occurred when Dwayne Johnson was filming Central Intelligence along with his best friend Kevin Hart back in 2016.
The actor event went on to post a video on Instagram on July 15 2015 with the caption “I ain’t got time to bleed”. The fans, as expected, were fazed out of their minds at The Rock’s pain tolerance.
When Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Smiled With A Broken Finger
The video was shared on Instagram when Dwayne Johnson was busy shooting the hilarious buddy-cop movie Central Intelligence. The movie featured action-filled scenes and stunts aplenty. The Jumanji actor decided to make the best of it and ended up with a broken finger.
*The following photo is uneasy in nature*
Watch the video here: – Instagram
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The video is uneasy in nature and definitely not for the squeamish of the heart as Dwayne Johnson laughs it out with no sign of pain on his face. The caption attached along with the video attests to the actor’s attitude and his passion for his work but it turned out to be false.
Variety was the first to break the news that the finger was indeed…a fake. Dwayne Johnson used a prosthetic to scare the audience. A source from New Line told the news to Variety which they later published.
The Rock’s Career Breaks After Black Adam Reviews?
Early reviews give the film a mixed rating of both good and bad unlike Dwayne Johnson’s anti-hero Black Adam. Black Adam received praise for its acting performance but there are still remnants of the past in the form of Zack Snyder references that many people…felt were unexpected and irrelevant to the film, although they may be relevant to the future of DCEU movies and series. The antagonist of the movie was lackluster which some of the reviewers pointed out.
Although the early reviews of the movie are not what Dwayne Johnson expected, his career is far from over as fans will get to see the movie along with the Journey 2 actor appearing frequently in the DCEU (hopefully!).
Black Adam is all set to release on 21st October 2022 in theaters across the US.