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(The Sun)   The Rock filming gritty action movie FF6 in East London, goes impromptu gritty action hero on local punks trying to break into vans on location   (thesun.co.uk) divider line 90
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2012-09-03 03:21:33 PM
Is he Kefka or General Leo?
 
2012-09-03 03:22:55 PM
When he clocked what was happening, the 6ft 5ins, 20-stone star left filming in the middle of a battle sequence and charged at the hoodies waving his fake police badge.

The youths were so shocked that they stopped what they were doing and fled empty-handed.


Fled right down Jabroni Drive and Know Your Role Blvd
 
2012-09-03 03:23:43 PM

PhDemented: Is he Kefka or General Leo?


The local punks weren't thieves they were 'treasure hunters'
 
2012-09-03 03:24:20 PM
He would have caught them, but they all were able to run away in the time it took him to do the People's Elbow, aka the most ridiculous looking move ever.
 
2012-09-03 03:24:50 PM
a much better resolution to this story: Dwayne Johnson ('the Rock' was a long time ago) picks them up by their heads, slams said heads together, the guys collapse onto the ground, and it's all caught on film and used somehow in the movie.

also, someone please give this guy a serious, dramatic role. i could see him working with Lynch or Jarman or von Trier.
 
2012-09-03 03:24:53 PM
"Load of asbos?"
Is this chav speak?
 
2012-09-03 03:24:53 PM

PhDemented: Is he Kefka or General Leo?


Came for the FF reference, seeing as subby dropped the ball, and seeing it was done in one.
 
2012-09-03 03:27:58 PM

Rip Dashrock: "Load of asbos?"
Is this chav speak?


images3.wikia.nocookie.net

I thought they'd all be happy-slapping hoodies. Happy slapping hoodies with ASBOs. Happy slapping hoodies with ASBOs and ringtones!
 
Slu
2012-09-03 03:30:42 PM
Who watches these movies? It must be someone, because they keep getting made, but nobody I know watches them. Or admits it anyway.
 
2012-09-03 03:31:49 PM
The writer at the Sun probably got sent a couple of hookers by the PR girl for printing this fake story.
 
2012-09-03 03:36:22 PM

you are a puppet: PhDemented: Is he Kefka or General Leo?

The local punks weren't thieves they were 'treasure hunters'


They wanted to take something original?
 
2012-09-03 03:39:36 PM

you are a puppet: When he clocked what was happening, the 6ft 5ins, 20-stone star left filming in the middle of a battle sequence and charged at the hoodies waving his fake police badge.

The youths were so shocked that they stopped what they were doing and fled empty-handed.


Fled right down Jabroni Drive and Know Your Role Blvd


I laffed
 
2012-09-03 03:40:53 PM
www.biography.com



strongly approves.
 
2012-09-03 03:42:45 PM

farkeruk: The writer at the Sun probably got sent a couple of hookers by the PR girl for printing this fake story.


Couple of hookers? To get the Sun to print rubbish?

Two lines more like.
 
2012-09-03 03:44:33 PM
the 6ft 5ins, 20-stone star left filming in the middle of a battle sequence and charged at the hoodies waving his fake police badge.

So impersonating a police office is not a crime in UK? Good to know.
 
2012-09-03 03:45:13 PM

puckrock2000: the 6ft 5ins, 20-stone star left filming in the middle of a battle sequence and charged at the hoodies waving his fake police badge.

So impersonating a police office is not a crime in UK? Good to know.


Officer, even.
 
2012-09-03 03:47:12 PM

You'd turn it off when I was halfway across: farkeruk: The writer at the Sun probably got sent a couple of hookers by the PR girl for printing this fake story.

Couple of hookers? To get the Sun to print rubbish?

Two lines more like.


Here in the U.S., there was a supermarket tabloid by the same name that I always assumed was the same paper and didn't find out until recently that it wasn't. Its headlines were always Christian evangelical/Armageddon-themed. It folded just a couple months ago.

/Boring story, bro
//And if there's any FF6 character that Rock resembles it's Sabin (or Mash depending on your localization)
 
2012-09-03 03:48:28 PM

PhDemented: Is he Kefka or General Leo?


Leo. No one but Jim Carrey can hope to play Kefka.
 
2012-09-03 03:48:53 PM

the801: a much better resolution to this story: Dwayne Johnson ('the Rock' was a long time ago) picks them up by their heads, slams said heads together, the guys collapse onto the ground, and it's all caught on film and used somehow in the movie.

also, someone please give this guy a serious, dramatic role. i could see him working with Lynch or Jarman or von Trier.


He's still the rock, just part time now. He did some Raws and a couple of ppvs this year even.
 
2012-09-03 03:51:15 PM
 
2012-09-03 03:59:43 PM

Millennium: PhDemented: Is he Kefka or General Leo?

Leo. No one but Jim Carrey can hope to play Kefka.


Crispin Glover, Kefka needs to be scary, not stupid facial expression funny. We're talking about a man that got bored with a siege so he just poisoned everyone and left the castle as a shell. That DESTROYED THE WHOLE farkING WORLD because he could, that sucked the essence out of other beings in cruel experiments, waged a genocidal war on the Espers, and had a farking death beam that he could fry any city with.

Hitler would only be his underling at best.
 
2012-09-03 04:00:24 PM

Igor Jakovsky: the801: a much better resolution to this story: Dwayne Johnson ('the Rock' was a long time ago) picks them up by their heads, slams said heads together, the guys collapse onto the ground, and it's all caught on film and used somehow in the movie.

also, someone please give this guy a serious, dramatic role. i could see him working with Lynch or Jarman or von Trier.

He's still the rock, just part time now. He did some Raws and a couple of ppvs this year even.


And he's built like a brick shiat house even more so than he was back in his prime in the WWE

Dude is just diesel.

2012

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-09-03 04:08:18 PM

Girion47: Millennium: PhDemented: Is he Kefka or General Leo?

Leo. No one but Jim Carrey can hope to play Kefka.

Crispin Glover, Kefka needs to be scary, not stupid facial expression funny. We're talking about a man that got bored with a siege so he just poisoned everyone and left the castle as a shell. That DESTROYED THE WHOLE farkING WORLD because he could, that sucked the essence out of other beings in cruel experiments, waged a genocidal war on the Espers, and had a farking death beam that he could fry any city with.


Hell yes. I've long thought Glover was born to play the Joker, and Kefka is basically a fantasy version of him.

Speaking of Batman, the Rock would have been a good choice for Bane. He can act (for the most part), and he's actually physically intimidating.
 
2012-09-03 04:08:48 PM
The Rock is lucky the dysfunctional British legal system isn't charging him with threatening people or "confront with intention to harangue" or something....
 
2012-09-03 04:13:59 PM

mark12A: The Rock is lucky the dysfunctional British legal system isn't charging him with threatening people or "confront with intention to harangue" or something....


Well, they were Hooligans. If The Rock didn;t confront them, they could have become Scallywags, or even Ruffians!

The Rock did what he had to to protect the dustbins in Shaftesbury.
 
2012-09-03 04:18:11 PM
www.celebrityvalues.com
 
2012-09-03 04:23:00 PM

Rip Dashrock: "Load of asbos?"
Is this chav speak?


ASBO = Anti-Social Behaviour Order
 
2012-09-03 04:25:04 PM

PhDemented: Is he Kefka or General Leo?


He's kind of like Justin Timberlake. You really, really want to hate him, but he's just too awesome.

His dad Rocky was a fixture in the olden days of rasslin' on the Left Coast and was also pretty awesome.
 
2012-09-03 04:26:47 PM

FirstNationalBastard: He would have caught them, but they all were able to run away in the time it took him to do the People's Elbow, aka the most ridiculous looking move ever.


It's about as ridiculous as every move John Cena has ever done. The FU is a joke and the weakest finishing move in the history of wrestling.
 
2012-09-03 04:28:40 PM

TheGhostofFarkPast: FirstNationalBastard: He would have caught them, but they all were able to run away in the time it took him to do the People's Elbow, aka the most ridiculous looking move ever.

It's about as ridiculous as every move John Cena has ever done. The FU is a joke and the weakest finishing move in the history of wrestling.


The attitude adjustment isn't too bad, but the 5 knuckle shuffle is as ridiculous as the People's elbow.
 
2012-09-03 04:31:38 PM

styckx: Igor Jakovsky: the801: a much better resolution to this story: Dwayne Johnson ('the Rock' was a long time ago) picks them up by their heads, slams said heads together, the guys collapse onto the ground, and it's all caught on film and used somehow in the movie.

also, someone please give this guy a serious, dramatic role. i could see him working with Lynch or Jarman or von Trier.

He's still the rock, just part time now. He did some Raws and a couple of ppvs this year even.

And he's built like a brick shiat house even more so than he was back in his prime in the WWE

Dude is just diesel.

2012

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 660x390]


Good Lord, now that's a MAN. WOW!!!!
 
2012-09-03 04:33:48 PM

blakeosage:


do you have the original of that?
 
2012-09-03 04:34:50 PM

styckx: Igor Jakovsky: the801: a much better resolution to this story: Dwayne Johnson ('the Rock' was a long time ago) picks them up by their heads, slams said heads together, the guys collapse onto the ground, and it's all caught on film and used somehow in the movie.

also, someone please give this guy a serious, dramatic role. i could see him working with Lynch or Jarman or von Trier.

He's still the rock, just part time now. He did some Raws and a couple of ppvs this year even.

And he's built like a brick shiat house even more so than he was back in his prime in the WWE

Dude is just diesel.

2012


Ridiculous isn't it?
 
2012-09-03 04:35:40 PM
Hold on... hold on... HOLD THE fark ON...


There are FIVE Fast and Furious movies already?


FIVE?!?!?!?
 
2012-09-03 04:36:28 PM

mediablitz: Hold on... hold on... HOLD THE fark ON...


There are FIVE Fast and Furious movies already?


FIVE?!?!?!?


www.cheshirecatstudios.com
 
2012-09-03 04:39:08 PM

mediablitz: Hold on... hold on... HOLD THE fark ON...


There are FIVE Fast and Furious movies already?


FIVE?!?!?!?


Yes. And they are fun pop corn movies/great riff trax fodder. Except the second one.
 
2012-09-03 04:45:43 PM

mediablitz: Hold on... hold on... HOLD THE fark ON...


There are FIVE Fast and Furious movies already?


FIVE?!?!?!?


It came as a shock to me too. I actually watched the first 3. I think I subconsciously block it out of my mind if/when I hear about another.
 
2012-09-03 04:49:26 PM

Happy Hours: I subconsciously block it out of my mind if/when I hear about another.



Precisely what I do whenever another Resident Evil flick is imminent.....
 
2012-09-03 04:53:51 PM

TheGhostofFarkPast: The FU is a joke and the weakest finishing move in the history of wrestling.


d2.img.v4.skyrock.com
 
2012-09-03 05:03:09 PM

Richard Roma: TheGhostofFarkPast: The FU is a joke and the weakest finishing move in the history of wrestling.

[d2.img.v4.skyrock.com image 160x120]

  

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-09-03 05:11:26 PM

the801: also, someone please give this guy a serious, dramatic role. i could see him working with Lynch or Jarman or von Trier.


Ask and ye shall receive... may be NSFW
 
2012-09-03 05:20:34 PM

FirstNationalBastard: He would have caught them, but they all were able to run away in the time it took him to do the People's Elbow, aka the most ridiculous looking move ever.


Uh, wasn't it just an elbow drop?
 
2012-09-03 05:21:11 PM
FF6 is still up there for one of the greatest stories in gaming. Proof that all the graphics in the world not a game make if it lacks a good story. The opera scene is definitely in the top 5.
 
2012-09-03 05:22:39 PM

kroonermanblack: FirstNationalBastard: He would have caught them, but they all were able to run away in the time it took him to do the People's Elbow, aka the most ridiculous looking move ever.

Uh, wasn't it just an elbow drop?


It wasn't the elbow drop, but the set-up that made it ridiculous.
 
2012-09-03 05:23:59 PM

puckrock2000: puckrock2000: the 6ft 5ins, 20-stone star left filming in the middle of a battle sequence and charged at the hoodies waving his fake police badge.

So impersonating a police office is not a crime in UK? Good to know.

Officer, even.


I just had a vision of a small building chasing a group of criminals down the street, scene turns a corner and the men run into a doorway that turns out be the police office. Door shuts and the upstairs window blinds go up.

/No I haven't been doing drugs
//Just watching Superjail and Adventure Time.
 
2012-09-03 05:26:32 PM

Mawson of the Antarctic: FF6 is still up there for one of the greatest stories in gaming. Proof that all the graphics in the world not a game make if it lacks a good story. The opera scene is definitely in the top 5.


The scene after you beat the Phantom Train is certainly a punch in the gut.
 
2012-09-03 05:28:26 PM

Happy Hours: mediablitz: Hold on... hold on... HOLD THE fark ON...


There are FIVE Fast and Furious movies already?


FIVE?!?!?!?

It came as a shock to me too. I actually watched the first 3. I think I subconsciously block it out of my mind if/when I hear about another.


The fifth one is actually a great standalone action movie. It's essentially a cross between Ocean's 11 and The Rock, and having skipped FF 2-4, I was surprised at how much I liked it.
 
2012-09-03 05:28:47 PM

FirstNationalBastard: kroonermanblack: FirstNationalBastard: He would have caught them, but they all were able to run away in the time it took him to do the People's Elbow, aka the most ridiculous looking move ever.

Uh, wasn't it just an elbow drop?

It wasn't the elbow drop, but the set-up that made it ridiculous.


It was Val Venis without the kitsch.
 
2012-09-03 05:29:12 PM

PhDemented: Is he Kefka or General Leo?


I thought he'd be Sabin for sure
 
2012-09-03 05:33:52 PM

Vash's Apprentice: Mawson of the Antarctic: FF6 is still up there for one of the greatest stories in gaming. Proof that all the graphics in the world not a game make if it lacks a good story. The opera scene is definitely in the top 5.

The scene after you beat the Phantom Train is certainly a punch in the gut.


The whole "major characters die while half the world is destroyed" thing midway through the game is amazing too.
 
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