Shine it up real nice, turn it sideways, and stick it straight up your candy ass!
Success isn't always about 'greatness'. It's about consistency. Consistent hard work gains success. Greatness will come.
I remember crying my eyes out when I watched the end of the Lion King.
I've learned over the years that when it comes to success, consistency is key. Consistent hard work that we may not like doing today, but for a payoff we'll love tomorrow. Earn it. Enjoy it.
Social media, to me, is like a marriage. You have to foster it and take care of it and commit to it. And you have to understand your partner.
Always asked, 'Whats the key to success?' The key is, there is no key. Be humble, hungry and always be the hardest worker in the room.
The fact of the matter is this: Austin can take his ball, and go home. But as far as The Rock is concerned, as far as I'm concerned, this is home.
Sweet cream on an ice cream sandwich!
Grind Hard, Shine Hard.
To some its Hump Day. To us, it's Wednesday's getting its ass kicked and Thursday just asked Friday to switch places.
There is no substitute for hardwork. Always be humble and hungry.
Be humble. Be hungry. And always be the hardest worker in the room.
Success at anything will always come down to this: Focus and effort, and we control both.
Be humble, hungry and the hardest worker in the room.
Success at anything will always come down to this: focus and effort. And we control both.
Wake up determined. Go to bed satisfied.
Blood, sweat and respect. First two you give. Last one you earn.
In wrestling, there's a shelf life, and some wrestlers don't pay attention to the shelf life.
I've learned never to say never.
I have good friends who are politicians on both sides.
I know Gov. Christie. We've met a couple of times.
I can eat two large pizzas and a tray of brownies in one sitting. I'm not sharing that. We can get another one, but I ain't sharing.
What I like to do is get the family in the pick-up truck... and then we just go for a drive. That's it!
For different roles, my condition and training and diet does alter. Depending on the role, it will really dictate the type of training I do.
'Be Cool' was a defining movie for me.
My grandfather was one of the very, very first, if not the first, Samoan wrestlers to become known on a worldwide basis.
Yeah, I was a delinquent. It was when I was in the ninth grade. I was doing stupid stuff, and the cops came into the class. I was humiliated more than anything.
I used to get into a lot of fights.
I've never gone wrong trusting my gut.
Wrestling is intimate. You can reach out and touch the wrestlers.
We all live with cancer, whether it is present in ourselves or affects someone we love.
When I was 8, I thought I was Harrison Ford, Gene Wilder, Richard Pryor, Elvis, and Chuck Norris all at once.
With drive and a bit of talent, you can move mountains. I know. I've done it.
As an athlete, you'd better laugh at yourself when you slip in the mud.
In Hollywood, a lot of times when something is in development, it just takes a lot of time.
I've always loved the idea of playing Black Adam.
My reputation precedes me now.
When you have something as unique and special as the 'Fast and Furious' franchise, you want to create an experience for the fans that they can only feel and experience at Universal Parks.
To be immortalized in a ride is a very cooI thing.
Life is anything but predictable.
By the time I was 23 years old, I had multiple arrests.
As a father, safety is always a top of mind issue for me.
I do all my own stunts. I'm kidding.
I think that always makes it fun, trying to create a heroic character and putting your own twist on it and injecting your own personality into it.
I love WWE, and I love that platform. There is no other platform in the world that gives me that instant gratification. There is just no other platform.
I don't have a need for speed. I'm not that guy.
Come on, you can't name a truck after a chick.
I love making movies, but there's nothing like performing live.
I started in action, and then I went to comedy school.
My genetic make-up is one of physicality. I'm a visceral guy.
My parents weren't actors or studio executives.
As we all know, sequels can be tricky.
With all the... success that I've been lucky enough to get? That doesn't happen unless the home life is solid.
There are definitely people who disagree with certain creative decisions you make. Pleasing everyone is pretty hard.
I learned a long time ago how to be coachable.
My parents were dealing with evictions and repossessions and electricity getting shut off, and I just realized that I had to get it together.
I knew early on that I wanted to entertain in some form. And I knew I would work as hard as anyone to do it.
If you tell me there's something I can't do, I'll want to do it even more. Especially when it comes to entertaining.
When a family film is done well, there's a character that every member of the audience can relate to. I want to be one of those guys.
Check your ego at the door. The ego can be the great success inhibitor. It can kill opportunities, and it can kill success.
I've always loved the showmanship of professional wrestling. While I love making movies, I love that platform, too.
The only film I've enjoyed starring a wrestler was Mickey Rourke in 'The Wrestler.'
I like the idea of making a big, fun, adventure type of movie.
But I do believe that there's going to be a time where all movies are going to be made in 3D and it's just going to be a given, and that is going to be an exciting time.
I love the 3D revolution. I love the technology today that continues to push the envelope, continues break the new ground, and continues to raise the bar.
I'd love to do a musical. I've been known to have a good step or two. I'm half Samoan, you know, and part of our culture is singing and dancing daily.
You don't sign up for a divorce when you get married. It's very painful. But it's taught me a great deal about myself.
I was a bit challenged when I was younger to stay on the right path.
Playing big, heroic characters with heart is always a lot of fun. I enjoy making movies like that, and a lot of people love to live vicariously through those characters.
When I was a kid at four years old, that's when I started amateur wrestling with my dad and family. And when that's instilled in you, it never goes away.
I'm a passionate, hardcore fisherman. Biggest fish I caught? A 200-pound tarpon.
When I was a kid, I loved Elvis, and Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones. But I had no connection to Hollywood -- and being a movie star was such a far-fetched idea, growing up in Hawaii.
With action films, it's great if it's not just driven by action, but by a good story and interesting characters, as well. Though, there's nothin' like kicking butt!
I've been known to have a good step or two. I'm half Samoan, you know, and part of our culture is singing and dancing daily.
But being on location and shooting, whether its in Puerto Rico or Atlanta, it always reminds me of how really cool my job can be. Interacting with the fans is one of the best parts of it.
You've got to keep your finger on the pulse of what your audience is thinking, and know what they'll accept from you.
Barack Obama did tell me that I was one of Michelle Obama's favorite actors.
The one thing I couldn't identify with was the blue cowboy outfit he put on.
Nutrition is so important. It can't be stressed enough.
Before ever meeting Priyanka Chopra, I had heard her name coming out of Bollywood and was impressed: she was beautiful, talented, had made nearly 50 movies, earned multiple awards -- a massive star.
I've been fortunate to have had the life I had prior to Hollywood. I wasn't starving; I was going to eat the next day.
I grew up in a musical family; the majority of my growing up was done in Hawaii. It's what we do. You sing, you dance, you play ukulele and you drink.