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The Rock & Ryan Reynolds Fought On Movie Set Over Icky Diva Behavior: REPORT

Ryan Reynolds The Rock Fight Red Notice Late Tardiness Unprofessional Behavior

Damn, this alleged bad behavior from The Rock was not a one-time thing!

In a shocking report on The Wrap on Tuesday, Dwayne Johnson was accused of some really gross diva behavior, including peeing in plastic water bottles and making poor PAs dispose of his urine. But even more wasteful was the chronic tardiness! Sources told the outlet The Rock was often 7 or 8 hours late on the set of Red One, an upcoming Christmas action movie co-starring Chris Evans. Insiders said that alone upped the budget of the long-delayed blockbuster by $50 MILLION! Yeesh!

Amazon MGM denied the reports, but we mean… WTF else are they going to do? They don’t want this movie to be the one where The Rock showed up late and peed everywhere! They spent a quarter billion dollars on it, this is supposed to be their four-quadrant family hit for 2024!

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Obviously we can’t know for sure since we weren’t there… but it turns out this wasn’t an isolated incident either! The Rock may have been flexing his diva muscles for the past several years!

According to a report from TMZ, the WWE star caused similar issues on the set of 2021’s Red Notice! If you don’t remember, we won’t blame you — not the way Netflix handles their “blockbuster” releases — but that was another big budget actioner co-starring Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot.

Per insiders, The Rock was causing delays with his tardiness on that movie, too. But that time he had someone calling him on his BS! Ryan may be known for being silly, but look at how much the man gets done! That’s a pro right there! And insiders say the Deadpool star took his giant co-star to task!

Ryan reportedly confronted The Rock about how much he was hurting the production — which was already overbudget due to the early days of COVID making everything that much harder. They had it out, but the fight was short-lived. A source corroborated the report to Page Six — though they downplayed how much of a screaming match it was:

“There was no stomping off set… no loud argument that’s not true.”

The insider noted this was “at the height of COVID” when “tensions were high.” They say it’s all “water under the bridge” now as both stars are “professionals.”

Well, that’s the question, isn’t it? Is The Rock being professional? Because all these reports from sets say otherwise! These are productions under totally different banners, too — Amazon and Netflix — which implies different sources. How is The Rock building up a rep like this if none of it is true??

It’s certainly disappointing to hear. We mean, this was the guy who famously went after “candy ass” Vin Diesel for being unprofessional on the set of the Fast & Furious movies. If he’s really costing movies this much money, that could cost people their jobs!

What do YOU think, Perezcious readers? Do you believe this talk from multiple movie sets??

[Image via Netflix/YouTube.]

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Apr 30, 2024 15:46pm PDT