REPORT: John Cena Is Looking To Team Up With Tom Brady For Wild Project That Should Have Everyone Excited

John Cena in WWE shirt. Tom Brady smilingJohn Cena and Tom Brady (Pictures via Getty Images)

John Cena, the WWE superstar turned movie star, has openly expressed his eagerness to work with Tom Brady.

During an appearance on ESPN’s First Take, John Cena, while discussing his latest film, Ricky Stanicky, which was released last month, expressed his desire to work alongside Tom Brady in a movie, and he already has an idea for it.

Cena envisions a comedy cop movie alongside Brady.

“Tom’s a very creative guy,” he stated. “He’s not only an accomplished athlete, I sense maybe a buddy comedy on the horizon. So, Tom, if you’re listening, I’m available, and I take all calls – especially from Tom Brady.”

The 13-time WWE Champion, who was born in Massachusetts and is an avid New England Patriots fan, has used his popularity in the ring to land major parts in some of the most well-known pop culture franchises, like “Transformers,” “Fast and Furious,” and the DC Universe.

John Cena has successfully transitioned from being one of WWE’s biggest stars to a sought-after actor in Hollywood, showcasing his versatility across a range of genres. Brady has shown that he appears to be a natural as well with his growing list of accomplishments off the field.

In addition to providing voiceovers for the critically acclaimed animated sitcoms “Family Guy” and “The Simpsons,” Tom Brady has acted in films such as “Entourage” and “Ted 2” as himself.

In a more recent film, “80 for Brady,” Brady portrayed the title role of a group of New England ladies who got into hilarious mischief to celebrate the Patriots’ historic triumph in Super Bowl LI.

Tom Brady Set To Make Incredible Money As A Broadcaster

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The 2024 season will mark Brady’s first as Fox’s lead color commentator, kicking off an insane 10-year contract worth $375 million. Brady, who will become the highest-paid sports commentator ever, will work alongside lead play-by-play announcer Kevin Burkhardt on Fox’s feature game each week.

He reportedly agreed to this deal before he even retired from the NFL.

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