to connectVideoDwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson gives a moving speech at the MTV video music Awards
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson took it upon himself to give a bit of advice on the world as it is to receive the Generation Award at the 2019 MTV-Movie & TV Awards. The former WWE superstar was reminded of his journey to stardom, and the life lessons he has picked up along the way. In his speech, Johnson explained the importance of self-love, and remaining steadfast, being true to who we are as individuals.
By 2019, it is shaping up to be quite a year for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
The 41-year-old, a semi-WWE star turned actor, turned producer and was named Hollywood’s highest-paid actor by Forbes magazine, and even though he is ranked at Number 15 on the list of total wins. He also made the list in 2018.
According to the magazine, Johnson raised $89.4 million-dollar movies such as “Hobbs & Shaw,” and “Jumanji: The Next Level.” He also stars in the HBO show “Ballers,” and he is the host of the Titan Games at the SHOW.
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To add to his already extensive resume, Johnson is in a manufacturing business — a Seven-Dollar Production — which has a number of projects in the works, such as “Black Adam” and “The King,” as well as “Red Notice” on Netflix.
It is about a 151 million-Instagram-followers (to date) and a bottle of tequila the company is in the works, plus it has a partnership with Under Armour, and just acquired a stake in a Voss water and it will act as a strategic advisor.
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The next film on the list was Chris Hemsworth at number 24, with $76.4 million, with the majority of that revenue comes from Marvel’s box office juggernaut “Avengers: end Game.”
In 2018 and beyond, Johnson brought in $124 million, with the most Fundamental would have to be a single Hollywood actor in the history of the Celebrity 100 list.
“I’ve been working very, very hard, but never expected it in my wildest dreams I would be the highest-paid actor in Forbes’ history. I don’t have a Harvard MBA, but my business philosophy and acumen has been honed in the period of time, and through failure,” Johnson wrote on Instagram.
“My goal, when I was wrestling in flea markets for about $40bucks per game, good for the bright lights of the @wwe is still the same way, I now ALWAYS have my AUDIENCE in the FIRST one. I have a “boss” in the world. To send you home happy, and I’ve done my job. I’m the guy who started it w/ $7bucks. I’m so grateful that I get to be on the bone, and hungry to the core.”
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Other top earners in 2019 and recorded musician, Taylor Swift, makeup guru, Kylie Jenner, talk show host, Dr. Phil and the soccer star Lionel Messi.