Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson cheers for Maple Leafs


Maple Leafs followers had been in for a shock eventually evening’s residence opener towards the Washington Capitals.

Mega film star and former skilled wrestler Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson got here to cheer on the boys in blue at Scotiabank Arena.

“What’s up Toronto!” Johnson screamed in a microphone to cheering Leafs followers.

Johnson then amped up the gang by getting them to chant for the staff however many Leafs followers on social media had been fast to level out that he bought the mantra mistaken by saying “Let’s Go Leafs” somewhat than the standard “Go Leafs Go”.

The actor attended an intense sport with the Leafs beating the Capitals 3-2 after Auston Matthews scored the winner within the third interval.

Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson attended the Maple Leafs residence opener towards the Washington Capitals on Oct. 13.

Johnnson is within the metropolis to advertise his new film “Black Adam,” based mostly on the DC Comics character of the identical title.

The film is a by-product from the superhero movie “Shazam!” and tells the story of Black Adam, who’s free of a tomb almost 5,000 years after he was given supreme Egyptian powers and subsequently imprisoned.

Johnson attended a pink carpet for the movie Thursday evening at Cineplex’s The Rec Room in Toronto and instructed CP24 there was some stress to depict the favored comedian character.

“The pressure was, number one, making sure that we paid real attention and respect to the mythology of Black Adam because you want to make it right,” Johnson mentioned.

“Studios stayed away from him because he’s intense, he’s brutal, he’s ruthless and he’s full of rage and he’s violent. But I felt if you tell the story right there’s a lot of people around the world who could see themselves a little bit in Black Adam,” he added.

“Black Adam” comes out in theatres on Oct. 21.


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