The Rock To Get A Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

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He's starred in numerous high budget Hollywood blockbusters that scored big at the box office, and now The Rock is set to receive his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Johnson will soon be seen alongside Kevin Hart and Jack Black in Sony's "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle", which hits theaters December 20.

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Boone and Cover got married in November 2002, a few months before the former third baseman joined the Yankees as a player. He is a third-generation major leaguer with his grandfather (Ray Boone), his father (Bob) and his brother (Bret).

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was catapulted to fame during his time at WWE, and his fight with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin has gone down in history as one of the most legendary in wrestling history. He will star in Disney's Jungle Cruise, based on the theme park ride, along with the upcoming films Rampage and Skyscraper. He will star alongside Kevin Hart and Black Jack. "See everyone there! Tequila on me", Johnson tweeted Wednesday.

A former star player for the Miami Hurricanes college football team, The Rock joined the WWF in 1996 and quickly became one of the most electrifying superstars in the industry. Johnson regularly engages his over 175 million followers across social media as well as his YouTube Channel and was ranked #1 on Hollywood Reporter's "Top Actors" chart which ranks analytics for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Google Plus. It's safe to say that Hollywood really knows what The Rock is cooking.

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