Earlier this morning, the first trailer for director Judd Apatow's Trainwreck debuted, starring Amy Schumer as a woman who struggles to stay single on the old advice of her father. While that initial trailer had one great scene with WWE Superstar John Cena, he's really allowed to shine in a new, very raunchy red band trailer that offers up his version of 'dirty talk'.
Amy Schumer wrote the Trainwreck screenplay, loosely based on her own life experiences, following a woman named Amy (Amy Schumer) who will do anything to avoid commitment, until she falls for a doctor, played by Bill Hader. The comedy marks Judd Apatow's returns to the big screen for his first directorial effort since 2012's This Is 40. It also comes packed with plenty of cameos from the likes of NBA star LeBron James, Brie Larson, Colin Quinn, Vanessa Bayer, Tilda Swinton, Mike Birbiglia and Barkhad Abdi.Read More
After recently joining the cast of Universal Pictures' comedy Trainwreck, WWE Superstar John Cena has signed on for another comedic role in Universal's The Nest, alongside Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
The story centers on two sisters (Tina Fey and Amy Poehler) who decide to throw one last party in their childhood home, after learning that it has been sold. No concrete details have surfaced regarding John Cena's character, but the actor/wrestler will reportedly be playing a villain for the first time, after spending more than 12 years as WWE's iconic hero, both in the ring and in WWE Studios action vehicles such as The Marine and 12 Rounds.Read More
Warner Bros. and WWE Studios today announced they are once again teaming up; this time to co-produce an animated The Flinstones/WWE Movie to be released in early 2015.
Fred, Barney and the whole Bedrock gang join up with Vince McMagma (Vince McMahon), and WWE Superstars and Divas including John Cenastone (John Cena) and CM Punkrock (C.M. Punk) as part of the very first WWE main event.Read More
For a long time, True Lies co-star and good friend of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tom Arnold, has said that True Lies 2 is happening. Then, last year, we heard the movie was being turned into a weekly TV series that could possibly star wrestler/actor John Cena. Now, Tom Arnold is back on the True Lies 2 train saying, quite matter-of-factly, that True Lies 2 has a very high chance of being Arnold Schwarzenegger's first film since leaving office as governor of California.
There had been a number of sequel scripts written for True Lies 2 over the years, which James Cameron previously stated would not be used for the proposed TV series. Cameron has made it clear that he is not involved with the show based on the popular 1994 action film, but Tom Arnold now claims that the Avatar and Titanic director will be producing True Lies 2 . He claims that there is a finished script that both he and Arnold Schwarzenegger definitely want to make.Read More
Australian site What's Playing has learned that actor/pro wrestler John Cena is being considered for the new TV series based on the 1994 True Lies movie.
Of course, none of this is confirmed yet, but this isn't the first time John Cena's name has popped up in recent months. We reported last month that he is a possible contender to star in the Superman reboot at Warner Bros. Another story from earlier this month revealed John Cena is interested in taking over the Batman franchise after Christian Bale's final performance as Batman/Bruce Wayne in The Dark Knight Rises, which could possibly be a television series.Read More
Some scoffed in disbelief when John Cena was rumored to be up for the role of Clark Kent in Zack Snyder's Superman, but it quickly became apparent that this wasn't some cruel joke. He actually was on a list of potential players to portray the Man of Steel. Though the part still hasn't been cast, it is highly unlikely that the WWE Superstar-turned-big screen actor will get the part.
Now, he is setting his sights on anther DC Comics superhero. That's right, Cena wants to play Batman in yet another reboot of the series once Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale say good-bye to the franchise with The Dark Knight Rises.Read More
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are casting a rather large net in anticipation of who the next Clark Kent will be. True Blood's Joe Manganiello is in the running. And despite particular contradictions to what Zack Snyder says he is planning with his Superman reboot, former Man of Steel Brandon Routh and current Smallville resident Tom Welling have in no way been ruled out.
Now Examiner National has thrown another name into the ring with WWE Superstar John Cena, who is also rumored to be up for the part. This has also lead to speculation that Dwayne Johnson may be gearing up for the role as well. Both wrestlers-turned-actors certainly have the physic for Superman, but they may be too hulked out to portray mild mannered reporter Clark Kent in a realistic light. Though it is too soon to rule out any possibility.Read More