Dwayne Johnson reflects on his pivotal role in video game history

After being banned from the DCU in almost record time Black Adam Escaping 15 years of development hell only to disappoint, that’s worth noting Dwayne Johnson has found more success in one of Hollywood’s most cursed genres than in its most consistently lucrative.

The actor-producer’s story with comic book adaptations isn’t begging to read, but if we ignore the fact that he played a huge role in the horrible demisehis console-based ventures have fared much better. Rampage Considered to be one of the highest grossing video game films in history while jumanji Sequels are two of the best efforts we’ve seen that aren’t based on a pre-existing title.

The Rock also did the motion capture and bestowed its likeness on main character Alex Decker in 2006 SpyHunter: Nowhere to runand caused a sensation Fourteen days when he was revealed to be The Foundation. Before that, however, the 50-year-old had an important role in a moment that would forever change the course of video games and put him in a pensive mood.

Even the most avid gamer may have had a hard time remembering that the very first time the very first Xbox was shown to the world, it was none other than Johnson who stood side-by-side with Bill Gates during the big reveal. Given his story, maybe he should focus more on a genre that’s actually been kind to him for the most part, because comics certainly haven’t.

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Adam Bradshaw

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