- WWE came in at #4 on CNN's list of the 10 most controversial Wikipedia pages. The article noted that with "an ever-changing roster and the titles, descriptions and even names of its performers constantly changing, it makes sense that it would be among the site's most frequently tweaked pages." You can check out the full story by clicking here.
- We noted earlier that The Rock would be partnering with Mark Wahlberg for an HBO project. HBO has ordered a pilot for a project starring The Rock with Rock, Wahlberg and Steve Levinson serving as executive producers. The half-hour dramedy will look at the lives of athletes - both retired and active - living in Miami, with Rock playing one of the athletes. The pilot will be directed by Peter Berg, who had directed The Rock in The Rundown and his recent Superbowl commercial. CYInterview recently spoke with actor Omar Benson Miller, who revealed that he will be part of the project.
"It's kind of under wraps, but it's based on a few retired athletes, retired NFL players and it's The Rock," Benson said. "Mark Wahlberg is producing it. I'm excited about that one, really excited. It's gonna be on HBO."
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