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Dwayne Johnson Says Doom Movie Was A Failure


Dwayne Johnson Says Doom Movie Was A Failure

Thursday, February 4 2010

Doom wasn't the worst video game movie ever produced (hello, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation), but even main actor The Rock aka Dwayne Johnson can admit the movie wasn't exactly a success.

In fact, Johnson's analysis is much harder, calling Doom a failure in an interview with MTV News.

"Doom was a massive, massive success!" he joked. "We are an example of trying and failing [at adapting a video game]," said Johnson. "Now, there's been great video game that have been made into movies. Our goal with Doom was not only to appeal to its audience, but maybe break out into the sci-fi or thriller genres. That just didn't happen for us. It always just comes down to writing and material."

Hey, at least he's honest.

by FW Editor