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Dwayne Johnson’s Forgotten Comic finds new life in Streaming

by Stewart Cole

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 03: Dwayne Johnson attends the Netflix World Premiere of “Red Notice” on LA LIVE on November 3, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman / Getty Images)

Dwayne Johnson has two superhero movies set to hit theaters this summer, starring as Krypto the Superdog in DC League of Super-Pets lands two months before playing the title of antihero Black Adam, but it ‘s easy to forget that it will not mark his first relationship with the comic book genre.

by Brett Ratner Hercules was not based solely on Steve Moore’s limited series The Thracian Wars, but it was also a passion for Johnson’s work, with the star admitting he always dreamed of playing the mythological hero in a successful feature film.


He definitely got his wish, even if the film as a whole was perfectly acceptable, albeit a little more. A $ 244 million ticket with a budget of $ 115 million, a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 58% and a user rating of 42% is ok, assuming well how ruthless the average is Hercules is.

It’s not awful, but it’s not a classic at all, and you’ll probably wonder why the protagonist wears such tiny armor, which looks ridiculously dressed in Johnson’s bulky frame. It’s a million miles from being one of Johnson’s best vehicles, but it does stream well. According FlixPatrol, Hercules has broken the list of most HBO Max views, with subscribers shouting for some historic action.

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