Former "WWE" wrestlers Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Dave "Batista" Bautista made it big in Hollywood and it looks like John Cena is following suit. Cena is among the main characters in "The Pact" which is for release next year. His co-stars include Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholtz.
Jim Kehoe takes the tasks as the script writer for Point Grey, Good Universe, Hurwitz & Schlossberg Productions, and DMG. The film is about the three concerned parents investigating their daughters' entering into a pact to surrender their virginity when prom night comes, says Variety.
His initial participations in Trainwreck and Sisters are well received.Cena has been in demand for Hollywood stints after that, making the "WWE" organizers not happy with his taking a lot of time off. Kat Cannon directs the film which is considered as her directorial debut, according to Bleeding Cool.
Cena became WWE's champion for 15 times but lately, he is more inclined with hosting two major awards shows and just finished filming the second season of his TV show. He is expected to return to WWE Live Event just past Christmas in New York City. There's already tension between Cena and the "WWE" management about the remuneration of a part-time celebrated wrestler.
"WWE" is certainly having problems with Cena, because, film schedules of the "The Pact" conflict with WrestleMania 33. The Cena vs.The Undertaker will be Cena's ultimate challenge due to time constraints. It should be noted that while, Cena gets some mainstream attention, they should be happy for him - for he is a product of "WWE".
John Cena, in addition to that, is also rumored as one of "WWE" fighters joining "Thor: Ragnarok" as cast. Its release date is in November 2017. Nevertheless, "WWE" should be prepared that one day Cena must leave the "WWE" for more Hollywood assignments as indicated previously here at Jobs&Hire.