Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart do viral tortilla TikTok challenge: More funny friendship moments

Comedic pairing Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Kevin Hart have been going at each other on and off the big screen for years.

From starring in various movies together to their playful banter during interviews and red carpets, the iconic Hollywood duo has served fans with relatable and hilarious moments. Johnson and Hart have starred in 2016's "Central Intelligence," 2017's "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" and the 2019 follow-up "Jumanji: The Next Level," to name a few movies. Hart even made an appearance in Johnson's 2019 "Fast and the Furious" installment of "Hobbs and Shaw."

And we'll continue to see Johnson and Hart together on the big screen. This time, the actors are voicing animated superhero dogs in "DC League of Super-Pets," in theaters July 29.

"There's an amazing amount of chemistry there," Hart told USA TODAY at a July 13 screening of the adventure/action animated film. "We constantly get to reenergize what we do and introduce new layers of our relationship."

Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson attends the premiere of Sony Pictures' "Jumanji: The Next Level" at TCL Chinese Theatre on Dec. 9, 2019, in Hollywood, California.
Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson attends the premiere of Sony Pictures' "Jumanji: The Next Level" at TCL Chinese Theatre on Dec. 9, 2019, in Hollywood, California.

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"DC League of Super-Pets" will also feature characters voiced by Vanessa Bayer, Natasha Lyonne, Diego Luna, John Krasinski, Kate McKinnon and Keanu Reeves.

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Hart, who turned 43 on July 6, joked to USA TODAY at the screening that Johnson, 50, didn't get him anything for his birthday.

"He sent me a video message," Hart said jokingly. "I send him a gift every year. That's a lie I've never bought him anything but in my heart, I want to."

As fun as they both are to watch in movies, fans adore watching the two roast each other in interviews and on social media. Take a look back at some of the pair's funniest moments.

The Rock, Kevin Hart recreate viral TikTok challenges

While promoting "DC League of Super-Pets," Johnson and Hart participated in two popular TikTok trends: pass the phone and the tortilla challenge.

"I'm passing the phone to someone who has no hair but all forehead," Hart jokes in the July TikTok video. The challenge is simple, someone records themselves saying "I'm going to pass the phone to someone who," and then fill in the blanks with a comedic description.

"I'm passing the phone to someone who lost his virginity when he was 22 years old," Johnson hits back.

For the tortilla challenge, two people hold water in their mouths while playing a game of rock, paper, scissors, and the catch is the winner gets to slap the other person with a tortilla.

"This was fun," Johnson wrote on Twitter of participating in the challenge.

The video shows Hart beating Johnson twice in a game of rock, paper, scissors, and swinging a tortilla at Johnson's face. "You can tell @KevinHart4Real has been waiting for the day he can finally slap the sh*t out of me with no consequences," Johnson captioned the video of the two, nearly in tears from laughter.

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Goofing around on 'Jumanji' set

In a 2016 interview on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," Hart explained how, while he and other cast members walked to different locations on the set of "Jumanji" in Hawaii, Johnson moved around by car.

"I like to be a person, I like to be a human being," Hart said, throwing shade at Johnson. "I like to use my legs when we're talking about (walking) 100 feet."

"His legs are double my size so it's going to take me a minute to get there," Hart said. "He can cut that in half because his steps are bigger steps."

Fallon then plays a clip of Johnson in a car, lowering his window to tease Hart for walking. Mocking his co star, Hart responds in a whiny tone: "I don't walk. I'm too big. Help me, I'm The Rock. I'm the biggest box office movie star."

Hart explains Johnson's 'The Rock' nickname

While answering commonly asked google search questions in 2021, Hart gave fans the lowdown on how the former WWE star got his nickname, "The Rock."

"Because of your IQ. Remember?" Hart joked. "That Dwayne is dumb as a rock!"

"No, don't say it loud. There are a lot of people here … it will leave a bad impression," Johnson responds.

Hitting back at Hart, Johnson says he got the nickname in the bedroom: "You know what I'm saying?"

Teasing each other's awkward high school photos

In a 2017 episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Johnson and Hart took a walk down memory lane. Of course, the two didn't hesitate to crack jokes at one another.

The two shared photos of their awkward high school photos and Johnson poked fun at how old he looked as a teenager weighing around 180 to 200 pounds and "already probably 6'3 … I had a big mustache, looked like I was 48."

"I was a walking contradiction," Johnson added. "I was really struggling in high school."

"You look like a detective that's a DJ," Hart teased.

"I'm trying, this is why I need therapy," Johnson quipped.

Boxer Anthony Joshua teaches Hart, 'The Rock' some moves

The British boxer Anthony Joshua taught Johnson and Hart some moves before the release of "Central Intelligence" in 2016, a YouTube video uploaded by Sky Sports shows.

In the video, Hart tells the 6'6 tall boxer that his lessons are "stupid, stupid, stupid" and begins to teach him in a boxing ring. "What you need to do is focus on the foot," Hart said before stepping on Joshua's foot. "If I got your foot, get away. Ain't no getting away I got you."

Johnson then suggests the two spare for reals with gear. Hart then leaves immediately.

"He was about to kill Kevin Hart so thank god he left," Johnson said.

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