Yes, the daughter is as much fearless as her father Dwayne The Rock Johnson, and she proved that by pulling his hand and making him go on a daring river wade on Memorial Day. What you see below is the image the 45-year-old shared, and it’s showing him and his incredibly cute 18-month-old baby girl dragging him up the center of the Chattahoochee River.
Dwayne put this picture on Instagram and proudly wrote “She grabbed daddy’s hand and started pulling me right down the middle of the Chattahoochee. Fearless lil’ human,” and he added “My heart’s filled with gratitude for being able to spend this day with my family before I jump on a bird and head to Germany tonight for work. Boundless love and respect to the brave men and women who sacrificed it all for their country and family, so I can love and protect my own.” As a conclusion, Dwayne shared this “Happy Memorial Day. You guys have some fun and spread that positive energy and love with your family and friends today. #grateful #respect”
What must immediately be tied to this situation, since it includes Dwayne, water and trying to “save” a small human from a possible drowning, is the fact that his latest comedy movie Baywatch has sunk at the box office. Apparently, for the Memorial Day weekend, it was reported that this film had brought in $22 million into the box office, which is compared to the latest Pirates of the Caribbean’s $76.6 million, an enormous miss. According to some pre-release info, it was supposed to bring in at least $42 million for the five-day weekend, but after some last minute adjustments we’ve ended up with a figure of $37 million, at least according to what Hollywood Reporter wrote.
As far as the overall ratings, the audience loved it somewhat more than the critics, and they decided to give it a B+ CinemaScore, but the spinoff of the classic 1990’s television show received very poor ratings, meaning it only got around 19% from Rotten Tomatoes. According to critics, the film was a flailing self-parody at best with a possible shape as a “buddy comedy” that was supposed to emphasize the appeal of Johnson and Efron.
The whole situation was getting out of control, and Dwayne tried to mediate it over the Twitter saying “Oh boy, critics had their venom & knives ready. Fans LOVE the movie. Huge positive scores. Big disconnect w/ critics & people.”