7 Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Movies That Need Gold Chains And Leather Fanny Packs

Todd-Spence by Todd-Spence on Jul. 17, 2014

Yesterday, this ridiculously awesome image of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson hit the Internet. It was taken sometime in the 90's, complete with a turtleneck, gold chain, and best of all, a leather fanny pack. If you haven't seen it, take a moment to feast your eyes. But be warned, what you're about to see cannot be unseen.

My how style has changed. As the years went by, he (and everyone else) ditched the fanny pack. But what if The Rock (sorry, Dawyne Johnson) had kept the look well into his film career? Would he have been as successful? Take a look at these seven movie posters featuring fanny-pack Rock, and judge for yourself.

Nothing wrong with a little fanny pack action if you ask us, especially when you're the Scorpion King. That guy has to carry stuff, too. Why shouldn't he have a convenient pouch?

Is it too late to George Lucas these movies and CGI 90's Dwayne Johnson in there? Someone please make it happen.

Concept by Todd Spence & Michael Kolander. Created by @Todd_Spence

41 comments
whatinitheworld
whatinitheworld UserTop Commenter

Looks like he was trying hard to hide his wiener.

Break.com
Break.com

Probably our favorite of the bunch.

Robert Lee
Robert Lee

Haha, så bra. Ble ikke noe mindre helt i mine øyne hvertfall!

Ash Ericson
Ash Ericson

Brad Warwood the rock at his best hahaa

Ash Man
Ash Man

IF THIS AIN'T THE BIGGEST TROLL I DUNNO WHAT IS ROFLMGDFAO!!!!!!!!! XD love it!

Don Ciers
Don Ciers

I can't think of a character in my sci-fi series that he would fit with. If hollywood wants to make a movie of any of my novels, they will have to go with unknowns, as the producers in the novels did.

halloran
halloran User

Does the break staff even attempt to use auto correct or are they just trolling us grammar nazis. Really CHIANS??? REALLY?!

Sarla
Sarla User

For the record, Dwayne Johnson is the sexiest man alive.

MichaelKolander
MichaelKolander moderator User

@halloran That's my fault. I suck.

In all fairness, we caught it right away, but it takes about 73 minutes for a simple change to load.

MichaelKolander
MichaelKolander moderator User

@bananaexperience The whole point was "exposing another" fail. I'm admitting that the system is slow to register changes we make. And for the record, it's 2014, and I can work while I take a dump, so that doesn't factor in.