Except you have been born after 2004, you may bear in mind the times when Dwayne Johnson was duking it out within the wrestling ring as “The Rock”
However since his retirement from the WWE, Dwayne Johnson has made a reputation for himself on the massive display, starring in a sequence of blockbuster roles in addition to some off-the-wall comedies. His newest function movie “Skyscraper” is not set for launch till later this summer season, however it’s already getting the sort of publicity that nobody asks for in Hollywood. With the discharge of the promotional poster for the movie, the Twitter geek squad unearthed themselves to tear the picture of Johnson, leaping into the air, to shreds.
And evidently, the remainder of the Web began having a discipline day.
In “Skyscraper” The Rock performs a safety inspector who is distributed to China to start out a job on the world’s tallest constructing referred to as The Pearl. And based mostly on the promotional poster, it appears as if the movie, set within the close to future, defies all of the legal guidelines of physics.
Twitter customers identified that based mostly on the trajectory of The Rock’s high-flying leap, “Skyscraper” can be higher off as a brief movie.
— Geek Mentality Mike (@geekmentality) February 2, 2018
James Smythe took the time to undergo the completely different leaping eventualities in his head and determined that irrespective of if he jumped up earlier than taking the leap or bought a operating begin, each state of affairs would result in the motion hero’s demise.
However the science nerds did not cease there. One Twitter person was capable of decide the precise pace essential to efficiently make the leap.
Some Web Investigators with a background in engineering identified mixture of the flames and the wind speeds would safely propel The Rock to security.
And when all else failed, different Twitter Trolls took to Photoshop to create their very own spoofs on the movie’s poster.
Simply in time for the Winter Olympics, The Rock remembered to convey his skis with him to work.
You are gonna want much more balloons to maintain you afloat!
Mary Poppins, you aren’t!
After which one troll supplied the joke that turned the “drop the mic” second.
(by way of Bored Panda)