Reminiscing his childhood days, the wrestler turned actor Dwayne Johnson also shared his memories when his family could hardly afford the Thanksgiving celebratory dinner. Tears, laughter and boundless gratitude. Related News
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On the work front, Dwayne Johnson is currently prepping up for his film Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle which also stars Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Karen Gillan. I didn’t want to be a dick and interrupt the prayer, but at some point someones gotta address the elephant in the room.”
He added, “Jokes aside, it was a very special Thanksgiving. As my mom pointed out earlier in the day, there was a time back in ‘87 when we couldn’t even afford Thanksgiving dinner and was praying someone would invite us over their house to eat. We were in a tough spot back then, but we got thru it.”
‘The Rock’ has hit rock bottom in his life but has certainly found his way back to laurels. Dwayne concluded saying, “And here we are today. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
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Published: November 25, 2017 3:51 pm
Dwayne Johnson is currently prepping up for his film Jumanji 2. Dwayne wrote, “After we bowed our heads in prayer, we went around the table and everyone shared what they were thankful for. The film is set for a December 20 release.