A cow does people’s eyebrows better than the stone goes viral

Earlier this week, a tweet went viral asking “Who did it better?” revealing video of The Rock doing his signature “The People’s Eyebrow” followed by none other than a cow making the same move. The tweet had over 150,000 favorites at one point, which is when Dwayne Johnson saw the video himself. In a quote tweet, Johnson added, “Okay, I didn’t expect that from my moo cow friend.” At the time of writing, Johnson’s retweet has over 40,000 retweets and over 500,000 likes from fans. Watch the video below and judge for yourself who did it better.

Many of the reactions to Johnson’s retweeting of the video were healthy love for calling the video subject his “buoy cow friend,” with one user noting, “No, a toddler didn’t write this tweet, this was Dwayne the rock Johnson.” (sic) However, some thought otherwise and answered the question quickly, with one user to write: “That cow certainly has it, what do you think?” An user have asked though, “why did this get more likes than all of his Black Adam tweets?” and frankly we don’t know.

When is Superman going to fight Black Adam?

As DC fans are well aware, the long-in-the-making Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam movie ending brought back none other than Henry Cavill as the man of steel, Superman. Prior to the film’s release, this particular post-credits scene was a big secret for all the players making the DC movie, and according to Johnson, it was a major struggle for Black Adam’s producers to even be a part of it.

“At the end of the day, the studio didn’t bring Henry back, inexplicably and unforgivably, but we wouldn’t take no for an answer,” Johnson said in a recent video he posted online. β€œThis has been years in the making, Henry Cavill came back with strategic talks and we weren’t about to take no for an answer. For us there is no viable logical way to build out the DC Universe without the most powerful force and the greatest superhero sitting on the sidelines all the time, that’s impossible.”

The next place Cavill will appear as Superman is largely unclear, in part because his deal for an official return hasn’t been finalized yet and DC Studios co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran have only recently finalized their plans for a bible on how they’ll adapt DC Comics for the big screen and television.

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