John Cena Commences the Filming for Fast and Furious 9, Hinted Towards The New Look For the Movie

John Cena, the wrestler turned actor, is on a high note of his movie career with the lined up projects he has in hands, especially the well-appreciated franchise. On Friday, the actor revealed the commencement of his journey on Fast and Furious 9. He announced that he is starting filming the ninth leg of the franchise on the same date he began his WWE ride on the television.

The day was special to him, and the same is the heartening tweet confirming. He hinted that the wrestling career that gives him a lot in his life is still not over even after 17 years of the instigation. His Tweet reads as “17 years ago today my @WWE journey began,” Cena wrote. “It is FAR from over and has greatly changed over the years. It has given me chances to be brave and vulnerable. Today #FastAndFurious journey begins. Fear, the unknown, growth, and maybe a haircut await. Adapt. Overcome. Never Give Up.”

His Acting Career

Cena has recently found a way in his acting career with his smaller comedies getting a good response from the viewers. While the beautiful ride took a start when he saw a role in franchises like Transformers movie Bumblebee, Fast and Furious 9 and reportedly in Suicide Squad movie as well. Among all this, the upcoming instalment of Fast and Furious will be his biggest ever project as some of its last parts have done so well on the box office that they even have joined the billion dollars club.

What Role Is He Going To Play in Fast and Furious 9?


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 Though the excitement is high, there is nothing that is known about what role Cena is going to play. Whether he will portray a family member alongside Vin Diesel or create havoc with a villainous role. Even we didn’t come across any significant role; rumours are talking about. Well, from his tweet, we are sure about his new look that we haven’t seen in his previous movies.

What About His Wrestling Career?

On a wrestling front, we have recently witnessed him in WrestleMania 35 in April. Since then, the 16-time world champion has many times hinted his intention to end up as the in-ring competitor. He stated the reason to The Wrap as” “I think I would have left the WWE high and dry, so to speak, [but] now they have so much talent and so many definable Superstars. There was a time when I could genuinely say, from a financial standpoint, they needed me — that time is up.”