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Johnson wrote on Monday that he had sat down with screenwriters Anthony Bagarozzi and Charles Mondry over the weekend "to chop up creative and break story on this very cool project." Also, he noted, "the #1 reason I'm excited to become Doc Savage.. " Shane Black, who helmed adaptation after working on the script for several years. Johnson also will produce the pic through his Seven Bucks Productions banner along with Hiram Garcia. Moritz (who worked with Johnson on some of the movies), Ori Marmur and Michael Uslan also are producing. Want to thank my bud director/writer Shane Black and his writing team Anthony Bagarozzi and Chuck Mondry for flying in from LA and sitting with me and our @sevenbucksprod's producer @hhgarcia41 on this Memorial Day weekend to chop up creative and break story on this very cool project.

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Doc was physically and mentally trained from birth by his father and a team of scientists to become the perfect human specimen with a genius level intellect. He can even identify a women's perfume from half a mile away. But here's the #1 reason I'm excited to become Doc Savage.. Confidently, yet innocently he has zero social graces whatsoever due to his upbringing so every interaction he has with someone is direct, odd, often uncomfortable and amazingly hilarious.The actor said on Monday that he would be teaming with director Shane Black to bring the pulpy action hero to life in a new film, which had been in development at Sony Pictures. The superhero title is just the latest on Johnson's busy slate.Black is planning to tackle the project after a reboot for Fox. He is starring alongside Kevin Hart in action comedy It's OFFICIAL: For all comic book fans you already know the world's first superhero (pre-dating Superman) is the "Man of Bronze" himself Clark "Doc" Savage.Between Lindsay Lohan firing back at Fox News, Mariah Carey allegedly short changing her domestic help, and Sly Stone winning millions after suing his ex-manager -- stars often turn to the courts to address their squabbles and strife.Will it take a celebrity candidate with professional wrestling experience to beat a sitting celebrity president with professional wrestling experience?Entertainment, is well-known for (among other things) popping up the people's eyebrow, plenty of charisma, and his iconic Brahma Bull tattoo that emblazoned his arm way back in his WWE days and continued into his multi-million-dollar movie career. From the cracks and heavy damage in the bone representing life's hard lessons I've learned over the years.

But the Evolution of the bull begins w/ @nikkohurtado. All my ink is a rite of passage and spiritual and the MANA (power and spirit) has to be right before we begin. We talked for hours about the man I am today, compared to who I once was. Just like scars and wrinkles - I'm so grateful to have 'em because they're earned.

But it's always alive and ready to disrupt the universe and love and protect my family and all things I love with intense passion and gratitude."Cheers to living, learning, evolving and growing.

And to the positive disrupters ready to dent the universe. The new collection makes men and women hella sexier as well. Just don't take nudes in my collection and post them cause Instagram will suspend your account. You made our #Project Rock collections Under Armour's #1 SELLER OF ALL 2016.

The suit claims that HBO thus “had direct access to the Materials since its CEO was given a copy of the Materials.” HBO, “Ballers” creator Stephen Levinson, 7 Bucks Entertainment and Leverage Management are also named in the suit, which was initially filed in December.

When the lawsuit was originally filed, HBO told The Wrap, “We are confident the case has no merit.” “At present, the amount of such damages, gains, profits and advantages cannot be fully ascertained by Plaintiffs but, on information and belief, Plaintiffs believes [sic] that such damages may equal or exceed $200 million,” the suit reads.

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