Throughout his television series Young Rock, Dwayne Johnson shared glimpses of his teenage years and wrestling debut that were humorous. And in the most recent episode, Johnson – now one of the most bankable successful actors on the planet – pays homage to two of the men who inspired him in his film career and brings back a debate that has been going on since the middle. . 80 years.
We’re talking, of course, about action legends Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone. In the clip, which Johnson shared on Instagram, his young self (played by Uli Latukefu) makes a case for Stallone to be the greatest action movie hero of all time and comes up against an equally compelling argument for the qualities. by Schwarzenegger.
It’s the kind of conversation we’ve all had while watching a movie, full of what-if scenarios and “but what about” counter-questions. First of all, First blood and Predator proved that both men would be properly equipped to embark on a rescue mission in unfamiliar jungle terrain. And sure enough, Stallone kicked the ass as John Rambo, but Schwarzenegger was so picky at this point that even the critics Red sonja couldn’t derail his career.
Not that Schwarzenegger or Stallone would be particularly interested in the outcome of such a debate; the two are quick friends who frequently hung out and posted selfies together before the pandemic.
Additionally, Johnson makes it clear in the post that he has no real favorite and admires them both hugely, calling them real ‘kings’ of action cinema and acknowledging that they have provided a track record that they have provided. ‘he was able to follow when he made the jump for the first time. from WWE in Hollywood.
“Sly and Arnold were MY HEROES growing up and I will always be grateful to both of them for being so incredibly kind and supporting me and my career when I broke into Hollywood,” he wrote on Instagram. . “I just have to be the lucky SOB they took in to stand on their shoulders.”
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