The engagement is off, just months ahead of the wedding.
It was only last month John Cena and Nikki Bella were discussing plans for their upcoming nuptials, but it seems it just wasn't meant to be as they announce their split after a six year relationship. The reasons behind the break-up are as yet unclear, but they are claiming to be amicable still.
John Cena and Nikki Bella at the 'Blockers' premiere
The wrestling duo have come to the end of the road despite almost being ready to walk down the aisle. Instead of a time for wedding planning, the last few months seem to have been about trying to make their relationship work.
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Reviving one of WWE's most epic rivalries.
It's been a good five years since The Rock and John Cena's famous WWE feud, and it seems that their rivalry wasn't entirely for the wrestling fans' viewing pleasure. After Dwayne Johnson admitted that they had real issues with each other, they are trading blows in the most hilarious way via Jimmy Kimmel Live.
John Cena at the Ferdinand premiere
Jimmy Kimmel took it upon himself to pass on Dwayne Johnson's message from the previous night to John Cena, which was essentially: 'If you ever act up I will knock your teeth so far down your throuat you'll have to stick a toothbrush up your ass to brush them.'
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WWE Superstar turned actor John Cena has said he thinks a draft of the 'Knight Rider' reboot movie script was "amazing".
Renowned as a WWE Superstar and one of the world's leading wrestlers, John Cena is no stranger to the spotlight. Also making a name for himself on the big screen in films including 'Trainwreck', 'The Marine', and '12 Rounds', he's showing no signs of settling down and taking things slowly as his career goes on.
John Cena thinks the 'Knight Rider' reboot movie script is "amazing"
Currently preparing for what looks to be one of the biggest matches of his life at WrestleMania 34 next weekend (April 8), where he goes up against Undertaker, he's also celebrating the release of his new movie, 'Blockers'. It's not the only film in the pipeline for the star however, who has also this week been confirmed to front a 'Duke Nukem' movie.
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WWE Superstar and actor John Cena has some big expectations for the 'Duke Nukem' movie he's now officially attached to.
Movie producer Andrew Form has been working on a 'Duke Nukem' film for some time, and this week confirmed that WWE Superstar turned actor John Cena is attached to take on the leading titular role in the video game adaptation. Plans for a 'Duke Nukem' flick were first announced at E3 in 2017 by Gearbox Software, and now that more details are beginning to slip out, the movie could be picking up some pace.
John Cena seems to be the perfect choice to play Duke Nukem
'Duke Nukem' became a hit amongst gamers following its original release in 1991, spawning a number of sequels and spin-offs across the years, with Nukem becoming one of the biggest figureheads of the gaming world. The character is one that actually looks incredibly similar to Cena, so rumours about the wrestler taking on the role have been swirling for some time.
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The idea of children become functioning adults is often a terrifying thought for parents, especially when their innocence is at stake. 'Blockers' explores the hilarious results of when a group of parents become hellbent on preserving their teens' virginities in the run up to their prom night.
It only seems like yesterday when Lisa (Leslie Mann), Mitchell (John Cena) and Hunter (Ike Barinholtz) waved goodbye to their young daughters on their first day of elementary school. Now, more than a decade later, those girls are still the best of friends - but everything else has sure changed.
Julie (Kathryn Newton), Kayla (Geraldine Viswanathan) and Sam (Gideon Adlon) are excited to celebrate a milestone in their teen lives: the high school prom. And just to make their parents' insecurities more profound, Julie carelessly leaves her laptop open for the grown-ups to find one day, where her and her friends' phone conversations are being stored.
Like the 2015 original, this comedy plays merrily with cliches to tell a silly story that's funny but never particularly clever. It's an enjoyable bit of escapist entertainment, mixing some sharp gags in between the more obvious jokes. But while the script makes a feeble attempt to poke fun at over-the-top machismo, it indulges in relentless gender stereotyping.
Now best buddies, co-dads Dusty and Brad (Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell) decide to combine their families to celebrate Christmas this year. Then Dusty's estranged tough-guy dad Kurt (Mel Gibson) turns up, as does Brad's more touchy-feely father Don (John Lithgow). This raises issues for both Dusty and Brad, who are clearly chips off the old blocks. They may be united in their love for their kids (Owen Vaccaro, Scarlett Estevez and Didi Costine), but old rivalries spark as they take the family to a huge mountain cabin with their wives (Alessandra Ambrosio and Linda Cardellini). What follows is a combination of wacky slapstick and various forms of sabotage as Dusty and Brad's bromance is put through the wringer.
None of this is remotely original, with elaborate set-pieces that feel like they've been lifted wholesale from other holiday comedies. And the plot is never remotely surprising either. But the actors have chemistry, and invest some sparkiness in their characters. Much of the antics centre on the clash between Gibson and Lithgow, who play up the aggression and sweetness, respectively. It's badly exaggerated, but the actors throw themselves into the roles, and the interaction between the three generations is nutty enough to keep the audience chuckling even through some rather stupid gags. The filmmakers seem to think that crazed conflict is hilarious, but actually the funniest moments are when Walhberg and Ferrell are working together to approach a problem.
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This animated comedy adventure is based on the beloved children's book, which was published in 1936 and first adapted for the big screen by Walt Disney in an Oscar-winning 1938 short. Thankfully, that warm, funny story is preserved in the middle of this animated feature, stretched out with lots of the usual slapstick and action mayhem. So while the silly, pointless mayhem will keep children giggling, it's the story's big heart that makes it worth seeing.
Ferdinand (voiced by John Cena) is a young calf growing up on a ranch in Spain, being trained to become a fighter in the bull ring. But he's far more interested in smelling the flowers. So he escapes and is adopted by Nina (Lily Day) on her quiet farm, growing up to be a gentle-giant bull. The problem is that the local villagers are terrified of his behemoth size, and he's captured by animal control and taken back to the ranch. Now he's competing with his childhood cohorts (Bobby Cannavale, Anthony Anderson and Peyton Manning, plus David Tennant as a Scottish Highland bull) for a spot in a big upcoming Madrid bullfight. But Ferdinand just wants to get back to the flowers, so he enlists the help of goofy goat Lupe (Kate McKinnon) to escape again.
The central point about being true to your nature is important and moving, played with just the right balance of humour and sentimentality, especially as it makes a strong comment on choosing love over violence. But this message is somewhat watered down by the rather corny zaniness that fills the screen, including several massive action set-pieces that not only make very little sense but feel like scenes we've seen before. The characters are colourful enough to keep us smiling, but while the animation is technically adept it's not hugely original (see also director Carlos Saldanha's Ice Age movies), and it makes virtually no use of the 3D.
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The WWE Superstar may be heading to the small screen in an exciting new role...
We've known that Damon Lindelof has been adapting critically-acclaimed graphic novel 'Watchmen' for the small screen at HBO for some time now, but information regarding exactly who will be starring and when the show will eventually debut has been scarce. This weekend however, that may all have changed.
WWE Superstar John Cena is a household name for many
WWE Superstar John Cena is without a doubt one of the company's most iconic figures. Already expanding his working horizons to big movie features and even the world of reality television, he's somebody that's a household name across the world, and now it seems he's got his eyes on an exciting new prospect.
Cena has been hit with a lawsuit from Ford regarding the re-sale of a Ford GT supercar worth $500,000, reportedly in violation of a contract.
Wrestling star John Cena has been hit with a lawsuit from car manufacturers Ford after he sold his new Ford GT supercar in apparent violation of a contract.
According to a report from TMZ on Thursday evening (November 30th), a lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court in Michigan claims that Cena violated a contract after he sold on his brand new 2017 Ford GT, valued at $500,000.
Ford claims that Cena was “selected from thousands of applicants for the opportunity to purchase the Ford GT” and entered into a contractual agreement to hold onto the car for at least two years before he could sell it on. However, they claim that as soon as the ‘American Grit’ star took receipt of the vehicle, he sold it.
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It’s part of modern life that divorce and separation is part of many families and a lot can't even form civil friendships. When Brad Whitaker met his wife Sara and her two children he thought that he'd been given the instant perfect family - for the most part, he had! Though Megan and Dylan were a little reluctant to take to Brad, with time and much persistence, both kids warmed to their mum's new husband.
Brad is kind, friendly and a real family man, just like his father. Megan and Dylan's birthfather, Dusty, on the other hand isn't quite as mild mannered as the latest addition to the family and when Dusty announces that he's going to come visit the family, Sara is far from impressed. What starts out as animosity toward one another soon develops into an admiration for both their strengths.
Though many wouldn't have guessed it, now Brad and Dusty are great friends! As the winter holidays come around, both Dusty with his partner, Karen and Brad and Sara decide that the family will all get together for one big holiday celebration. The kids are thrilled with the decision, as is the entire family, but the mood soon changes when Dusty receives a phone call from his dad, Kurt. The family unit has just got a little bit bigger and Dusty really isn't sure how his rough and ready father is going to appreciate the new Dusty or their larger family arrangement. If that wasn't enough, Brad's father also joins the team.
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