“I was jogging at the San Francisco Marina back in 1988 I think it was and I saw Robin Williams sitting in the side of his van just chillin’. I said, “How you doin’ Mr. Williams?” He said, “I’m doing great, you running from the cops?” I laughed and stopped to chat with him for about 5 minutes. He was absolutely delightful. Such a fond memory. I wept when I…
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is everybody’s favorite professional wrestler turned actor. While his most recent project was voicing a character in Disney’s instant classic, Moana, he’s usually associated with action-packed blockbusters like The Fast and The Furious and The Scorpion King.
Now, it’s emerged that he’s got a lookalike stunt double who’s an extremely close relation! Johnson’s wrestling career came in handy when filming all those action movies. In fact, it was his impressive physique that led to landing his first acting gig in The Mummy Returns back in 2001. While he may have only been on screen for 15 minutes in that movie as Mathayus, it led to his first big role in The Scorpion King the following year. Johnson was paid $5.5 million for the part, which is a record for an actor in his first starring role. Johnson’s movies are usually action packed with explosions, high-speed car chases, and incredible stunts, which means he often requires a stunt double. However, Johnson has been using the same stunt double for his entire career, and it’s someone he’s known his entire life. Johnson’s stunt double is his cousin, Tanoai Reed, and they look almost exactly alike! The Hawaii-born, 6’2″ Reed is just two years younger than 45-year-old Johnson and both share the same incredibly muscular physique. In fact, the two men look so similar that they pull the same expressions while working out… They often take photos together on set and it can be very difficult to tell the pair apart. They even pose the same way or have similar facial expressions in many of their pictures. Reed and Johnson are pictured below working out, and it’s almost impossible to tell them apart! Reed has been working as a stuntman for over 20 years. He has previously been a professional American football player but got his Hollywood debut as a stuntman in 1995 in the science fiction movie Waterworld alongside Kevin Coster. He also worked on the TV series Baywatch Nights the same year, which is interesting considering Johnson just stared in the remake of Baywatch on the big screen. The similarities between Reed and Johnson becomes all the more striking when they are pictured together. Reed has been married to stuntwoman Suzanne Reed since 1999. She is known for her work on Iron Man 2 and Jurassic World, but the pair worked together on Johnson’s movie, The Scorpion King. Reed, however, said the job can take a toll on his health. “I’m jumping off buildings, I’m getting hit by cars, I’m crashing stuff,” he told Scout.com. “My body – I’m 43 years old but I feel like I’m 83 sometimes.” But he’s also said that working with a man he’s known his entire life makes things so much easier. That being said, Reed loves his job, and he has a blast working with his cousin on set every day. In May, Reed posted a birthday message to Johnson on his Instagram page. He expressed gratitude for working with the actor and called him his “brother from another mother”. “Thank you for being a great example not only to myself but to all of the Polynesian youth, as well as every youth, woman and grown ass man from all over the world,” Reed wrote. The cousins are clearly best bros, and while working on Jumanji recently, they added comedian Kevin Hart into their circle of friends. Johnson and Hart have been posting videos of each other from the set of the 90’s family classic remake. Check out the hilarious video below of Johnson pranking Hart below. You won’t be disappointed! Let’s just hope Reed hasn’t been left out of the action…
Alison Brie just told a hilarious story about attempting a backflip at Donald Glover’s apartment
While they were filming Community together, Alison Brie used to hang out with co-star Donald Glover, despite the fact that he was – in her own words – “much cooler” than her.
Brie was a guest on The Late Late Show, where she told a story about a time she was at a party at Glover’s apartment and attempted to do a backflip and ended up breaking a lamp. Oops.
“I decided to just yell out, ‘hey everyone, watch this!'” Brie said. “I might have been a little drunk.”
We’ve all been there, Alison.
John Legend just achieved EGOT status, the youngest ever to do so
John Legend, winner of the award for outstanding variety special.
“John Legend has made history as the youngest person ever to achieve that sweet, sweet coveted EGOT status.
That’s someone who has received the big four, the holy grail of performance accolades: Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Awards.
Legend, 39, completed the acronym at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday, as did Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, all for producing best variety special winner Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert.
He’s also the first black man to land EGOT status, making history in more ways than one.
Legend also played the role of Jesus in NBC’s production of the 1970 concept album-turned-Broadway musical, so he’s also up for the Emmy for outstanding actor in a limited series or movie, which will be revealed at the big primetime Emmy Awards on Monday.
“Before tonight, only 12 people had won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony in competitive categories,” wrote Legend on Instagram……………………..”
20+ People That Were Surprised At How Nice These Celebrities Were In Real Life
Many people agree that it’s an awful feeling to meet a celebrity you look up to and realize they are a horrible person. We’ve all read about (some of us even met) celebrities who are rude to everyone and full of themselves, despite trying to look nice on the media.
Fortunately, it seems that the vast majority of celebrities are really nice people and treats those who surround them with respect. Don’t believe us? Scroll below to read a list of stories compiled by Bored Panda about the nicest and friendliest celebrity encounters.
“I was jogging at the San Francisco Marina back in 1988 I think it was and I saw Robin Williams sitting in the side of his van just chillin’. I said, “How you doin’ Mr. Williams?” He said, “I’m doing great, you running from the cops?” I laughed and stopped to chat with him for about 5 minutes. He was absolutely delightful. Such a fond memory. I wept when I heard he died.”
“Jim Carrey gave me a ride to the gas station after my car ran out of gas in Bel Aire. I told him I was a huge fan of Ace Ventura and I could mimic his laugh from the movie. Then we both had our heads out the window cackling away. He bought my gas and drove me back to my car. One of the greatest moments in my life.”
“Keanu Reeves. I remember seeing him while walking through New York a long time ago when I was a young, probably very annoying pre-teen. I yelled out, “Yo, Neo!” And then I obnoxiously mimicked the bullet dodge motion from The Matrix. He looked back at me, laughed, and mirrored the same move in acknowledgement. It’s such a great memory because I feel like anyone would have been justified in getting annoyed…
“Keanu Reeves. I remember seeing him while walking through New York a long time ago when I was a young, probably very annoying pre-teen. I yelled out, “Yo, Neo!” And then I obnoxiously mimicked the bullet dodge motion from The Matrix. He looked back at me, laughed, and mirrored the same move in acknowledgement. It’s such a great memory because I feel like anyone would have been justified in getting annoyed and shrugging this stupid kid off, but instead he was a good sport and humored me. I’ll never forget it.”
Tom Hanks at Best Buy. He was in line in front of me with a cart full, all by himself. I was only buying a bottle of water because they didn’t have what I was looking for. I just blurted out” Forest Gump is my favorite movie” like a creep, and he turned around, and said “that was my favorite movie to make! I’m glad you love it.” He then…
Tom Hanks at Best Buy. He was in line in front of me with a cart full, all by himself. I was only buying a bottle of water because they didn’t have what I was looking for. I just blurted out” Forest Gump is my favorite movie” like a creep, and he turned around, and said “that was my favorite movie to make! I’m glad you love it.” He then chatted with me while about movies as we stood in line. When it was his turn to check out while they were ringing up his stuff he said “oh let me get that water for you” and paid for my water. He kept talking to me and then we walked out and he said “nice talking to you! You’re a very nice young lady and always remember… life is like a box of chocolates.. you never know what your gonna get” in his Forest Gump voice. IT WAS THE BEST THING EVER.
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