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Twitter rejoiced over the remake of the internet's favorite photo, with some pointing out the only difference this time around was Johnson's lack of hair. After just two episodes into our SEASON 2 of #Ballers, @HBO has ordered SEASON 3!and the greatest compliment we always hear from you is that we're real and authentic.Means the world considering how close this character is to my bones.Now that you know there's gonna be a Season 3.. #Ballers SUNDAY NIGHTS 10pm on @HBO @sevenbucksprod A post shared by therock (@therock) on While not necessarily a critical darling, “Ballers” finished out its first season as the network’s most-watched comedy in six years, once viewership from all airings and streaming were tallied.

Some fans have expressed anger at the fake report saying it was reckless, distressing and hurtful to fans of the much loved actor.

Dwayne Johnson’ Facebook page attracted nearly one million of ‘likes’.

Where as some trusting fans believed the post, others were immediately skeptical of the report, perhaps learning their lesson from the huge amount of fake death reports emerging about celebrities over recent months.

might just be the HOTTEST movie to come out before summer!

With a killer cast including Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Zac Efron, Priyanka Chopra, Kelly Rohrbach, Jon Bass, Ilfenesh Hadera, and Alexandra Daddario, there are plenty of reasons to snag a ticket when it comes out TODAY.

“Our team is the elite of the elite,” Dwayne Johnson says in a voiceover over footage of him swimming out to save a burning ship. We protect what other people don’t want to protect.

And we go above and beyond.” In a bit of meta-commentary, Zac Efron’s character arrives on the scene in the trailer to help recoup the “Baywatch brand.” He and Johnson seem to butt heads at first, but ultimately team up to save the beach.

For those who joined us later in the year, missing many of these posts from earlier in the year, they will probably be new items.

Here’s the 14th of many to come, originally posted in late March 2013. But things are changing, albeit slowly, but they are changing.

He easily could have just gone on to be a B-movie actor, content with doing supporting roles in action/exploitation films, and starring in direct-to-video movies, like some of his former WWE cohorts. And it’s not just the film projects that he’s attached himself to, but also, either by design or by happenstance, how he’s been perceived racially by the public.

He has become a “race shifter” for lack of a better word.

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