Literary Roles of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

Moana is about to hit theaters, and one of its central characters, the demigod Maui, is voiced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Once known exclusively as a world champion pro wrestler, The Rock has since gone on to carve out quite the acting career for himself, as an action movie star, a television star, and now, a character in a Disney animated movie.

So what's next in The Rock's impressive career? Well, how about tackling some literary roles? While we haven't seen The Rock do anything quite like this before, he's been impressing us for years with his versatility, so we have no doubt he could handle it. Below are a few characters we would love to see him bring to life.

Narnia Real Estate Listings

Miraz’s Castle

In Narnia, neighborhoods don’t get much trendier than Beaversdam, but this expansive abode next to the Great River, a popular place for jogging and picnicking, is timeless.

Twitter Rants From Literary Characters

What happens when these literary characters discover Twitter? Be warned, some of them are using this outlet to the extreme. Time to step away from your keyboards, folks. (Ahem, that means you, Scrooge.)

Literary Characters Having a Worse Day Than You

For Americans, next week is Thanksgiving, a day devoted to reflection and gratefulness. (And also eating. Lots and lots of eating.) However, in light of… er, let's just call it a difficult year, it may be challenging for many people to come up with a list of things to be thankful for.*

In order to make life easier for those people, below is a list of literary characters who are more or less in the same boat. If nothing else, you can be thankful that your day is not as bad as theirs.

*Unless you're a Cubs fan. Cubs fans will probably be riding that high straight through to the next presidential election. Good job, Cubs fans.

An Interview with Kilgore Trout

What’s one of the most famous author surrogates been doing since Kurt Vonnegut Jr.’s death?

I caught up with Kilgore Trout in a small white house just outside of Illium, NY, at the end of a long dirt road. I asked Trout if he considered this area rural, but he just shrugged his shoulders.

Literary Emojis

Apple recently released its first developer beta version of iOS 10.2, and apparently it comes with some updated emojis. In response, we've come up with some literary emojis we wish Apple would include in its next update. Fingers crossed!

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