The Rock irked over Christie’s fake film trailer

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At least one person was not amused by that fake movie trailer New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s office produced to promote the GOP politician’s upcoming budget-cutting pension reform plan. That would be Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The actor and former pro wrestler was unhappy no one asked his permission to be included in the short film, that included images of him along with a bunch of explosions.

After re-editing that deleted Johnson, “No Pain, No Gain” has been reposted to YouTube.

In a sarcastic crack on Christie’s Twitter page, this comment was posted:

“Unfortunately, The Rock is in high demand & won’t be ble to appear in our Summer flick. But #NoPainNoGain lives on.”

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