Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Cements Stardom With Hollywood Handprint Ceremony
The star of the upcoming movie San Andreas left his handprints in wet cement at Hollywood's TCL Chinese Theater
Over the years, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has certainly left his mark on show business, and today he left a literal mark at Hollywood’s Chinese Theater.
Just as so many movie legends have done before him, Johnson, 43, on Wednesday left his handprints in wet cement at Los Angeles’ famed TCL Chinese Theater, previously known as Grauman’s and Mann’s Chinese Theater. Movie actors and other celebrities have been leaving autographed cement handprints there since the 1920s.
Posting about the ceremony afterwards on Twitter, Johnson simply said he felt “blessed.”
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Though the handprint ceremony celebrates a performer’s entire body of work, Johnson’s latest film, the earthquake disaster flick San Andreas, hits theaters on May 29.