John Cena Drops WWE Raw Bombshell

WrestleMania 38 recently concluded and the former WWE Champion John Cena certainly kept an eye on the marquee event. He took to his Twitter account and dropped a Tweet praising the talents. He wrote:



“Congrats to everyone who made this year’s an absolutely STUPENDOUS 2-night affair. Celebrate the weekend, the fans & the closing one of chapter to start the next. Enjoy the shortest off season in ALL of sport & entertainment before a VOCAL #WWERaw crowd tonight!”

John Cena is working on a new movie

While there were several names from the past at Wrestlemania last night, one person who was not present was the 16-time World Champion John Cena. According to PWInsider, Cena was not at ‘The Show of Shows’ because he is currently in New Mexico filming Coyote vs. ACME. As noted, Cena will play Coyote’s former boss at ACME.

The film follows “a down-on-his-luck (human) attorney who takes on Wile E. Coyote as a client in his suit against ACME over its defective products, only to discover that his boss at his former law firm is representing ACME.”

He is set to star in Warner Bros.’ animated hybrid Looney Tunes film Coyote vs. AcmeDeadline reported that Cena will star in the film, which is being directed by Dave Green (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows). The film is written by Samy Burch based on the Looney Tunes characters & Ian Frazier’s humor article “Coyote v. Acme” in The New Yorker. It is described as follows:

The film follows Wile E. Coyote, who after ACME products fail him one too many times in his dogged pursuit of the Roadrunner, decides to hires a billboard lawyer to sue the ACME Corporation. The case pits Wile E. and his lawyer against the latter’s intimidating former boss (Cena), but a growing friendship between man and cartoon stokes their determination to win.

Chris DeFaria and James Gunn are producing, Gunn through his production company Two Monkeys, A Goat and Another, Dead, Monkey. Gunn has worked with Cena on The Suicice Squad and Peacemaker, the latter of which was just renewed for a second season.

Coyote vs. Acme will hit theaters on July 21st, 2023.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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