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Dwayne Johnson Faces Giant Creatures in 'Rampage' Trailer
19 November 2017, 02:48 | Jermaine Blake
Rampage, with Dwayne Johnson: first trailer lands
That was more than 20 years ago but the formula of the genre has stayed the same. But a rogue genetic experiment gone awry transforms this gentle ape into a raging monster.
The film adaptation of Rampage will follow Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in his one millionth film role in the last decade trying to save his gorilla friend, George, who has genetically mutated into a giant, uncontrollable beast. On the other hand, the only thing that seems to make this movie any different than San Andreas is that it features giant animals. The animals are tearing down everything that they come across on their path. Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays the man who is the evil mastermind and considers humans to be the smartest species but to his surprise, the animals are too hard to control.
Aston Martin reveals F1-rivalling track-only Valkyrie AMR Pro
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$1tn Norwegian oil fund plans to ditch oil and gas stocks
The largest sovereign wealth fund in the world simply doesn't think it makes sense to hold onto oil and gas assets anymore. Norges Bank further said a divestment would not affect the fund's projected returns, nor would it raise its risk profile.
Corey Kluber wins second AL Cy Young award
But over the course of his final 23 starts of the regular season, Kluber posted a 1.62 ERA with a.175/.213/.283 opponents' slash. He threw 35 scoreless innings during a five-game stretch in August and September, the longest streak in Nationals history.
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Clay was one of Taylor's only consistent deep threat, but was injured for part of this season. "Just an overall bad game. McDermott insisted he still has faith in Taylor and that this decision is not an indictment on him as a quarterback.
India to drive energy demand growth: IEA
However, this is expected to cut only 2.5 million barrels per day (bpd), or about 2 percent, off global oil demand by that time. The API estimate are followed by official data from the Energy Information Administration on Wednesday.