John Cena is no stranger to the spotlight, whether it’s in the ring or on the big screen.
“Unfortunately, WWE doesn’t offer a silver medal,” Cena said of not earning his 17th WWE Championship title.
He went on to say, “I’ve had the good fortune to accomplish a number of different things. It’s impossible to put into words how powerful that energy is. That is where I call home. Without it, I wouldn’t be who I am now. The audience is my family, and I want to treat them with respect. I still feel good about myself, even if I came in second, and I still believe I have something to give.”
Cena stated he and the actors of “Vacation Friends” were “paid 12 hours to party every day” while filming on location in Puerto Rico prior to the pandemic’s brief production halt.
Cena said that his crew was among the first to return to work in Atlanta.
“I don’t want to categorize myself as like ‘OK remain in this lane,'” Cena remarked after a successful summer appearing in films ranging from “Suicide Squad” to “F9: The Fast Saga.”
When asked the sorts of roles he prefers, Cena stated, “I wouldn’t classify myself as an action hero; I want to amuse. I truly believe that. I guess what I love it when I read a tale and am affected by it.”
Cena used the occasion to appeal to “those who are listening and making those decisions” about his future “Fast and Furious” appearances.
“We’re going to see an F10,” he said, “but I’m not sure if we’re going to see me in an F10.” “I adore the ‘Fast’ family, and the film is still going strong throughout the world. In this context, I believe we crossed 700 million people today, which is an incredible success — I really hope I am asked back for ‘Fast 10.'”
“Vacation Friends” premieres on Hulu on Friday, August 27.
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