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The Reason Why ‘G.I. Joe 3’ Is Delayed It’s been a long time since we heard anything about G.I. Joe 3. The last development on the sequel had up and coming writer Aaron Berg brought on board as a writer, and before that D.J. Caruso was hired to be at the helm of the movie instead of G.I. Joe: Retaliation director Jon M. Chu. We’re not sure if either of those two talents are still involved with the project, but it doesn’t sound like G.I. Joe 3 is going to happen anytime soon thanks to the busy schedule of Dwayne Johnson. Find out what’s going on with G.I. Joe 3 after the jump. G.I.

‘San Andreas’ Sequel Greenlit: Dwayne Johnson, Alexandra Daddario and Carla Gugino Expected Back A sequel to 2015’s “San Andreas” is in the works at New Line, TheWrap has learned. Neil Widener and Gavin James will write the script for the film. “San Andreas” followed rescue-chopper pilot Raymond Gaines (Dwayne Johnson) as he tried to save his family from the mass destruction of a gigantic earthquake that hit California. The disaster movie grossed over $473 million worldwide last year. Johnson is set to return for the sequel, as is producer Beau Flynn and director Brad Peyton.

The Rock’s ‘San Andreas’ Rolls to $51 Million in China Debut Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s earthquake epic “San Andreas” rolled into China and took in $51 million in its debut, fueling a $97.8 million weekend at the overseas box office. That meant the 3D disaster saga was the top-grossing movie abroad for the second weekend in a row, with a total of $188 million.

Video Blog: How Does Dwayne Johnson’s ‘San Andreas’ Play in 4DX? Violent shaking, swirling winds, billowing smoke, and that’s just inside the movie theater. Since the opening of the United States’ first 4DX theater in Los Angeles, CA last year, there really hasn’t been quite as perfect a marriage of experience and material as that theater and San Andreas. Where a film like Transformers: Age of Extinction certainly works in 4DX, San Andreas is about characters being in an environment that moves around.

Review: Dwayne Johnson shines but earthquake takes center stage in 'San Andreas' 'San Andreas' delivers all the crazy movie mayhem anyone could ask of the genre, and it has a genuinely appealing cast, but is there any way for disaster movies to be better than this?http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/motion-captured

Weekend Box Office Report: May 29-31, 2015 San Andreas rumbles to #1! Moviegoers wanted to shake things up at the movies this weekend, putting SAN ANDREAS on top at the box office with an estimated $53.2 million! The PG-13 eartquake movie was no disaster for star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson -- it's his biggest solo opening ever, almost doubling the debut of last summer's action-fantasy HERCULES ($29.8 million).... Read More...

‘San Andreas’ Reviews: The Rock’s Earthquake Movie on Shaky Ground With Critics Critics are split on whether or not there is any fault to be found in “San Andreas,” the new earthquake disaster movie starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson that opens Friday. The flick currently sits at 47 percent on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, with 49 reviews currently cataloged. Those who like it praise it for the scale of the action.

Review: 'San Andreas' Starring Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, Alexandra Daddario, Paul Giamatti, And More There’s always a certain level of glee ascribed to good disaster flicks, that dizzy rush that accompanies the collapse of giant buildings and the heroics of common men and women who rush in to save whatever can be salvaged. It’s heady stuff, the kind of material that looks best on the big screen, if only because it’s not real, total fiction put together for pure entertainment.

If Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new disaster flick “San Andreas” bombs at the box office, at least he won the internet while promoting it. Not only did Johnson surprise a super fan by officiating the man’s wedding and deliver a hilariously stupid high school graduation speech on “The Tonight Show,” he broke a Guinness World Record while walking the red carpet at Thursday’s Los Angeles premiere of the Warner Bros.

Final San Andreas Trailer Rocks In Dwayne Johnson rolls with itWhile Fast & Furious 7 was only able to make limited use of Dwayne Johnson, San Andreas promises a full-on Rocksplosion, with the man-mountain taking on the biggest earthquake ever seen in California and beyond... and Roland Emmerich isn’t to blame this time.

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