John Cena to Replace Sylvester Stallone In Upcoming Movie with Jackie Chan

John Cena To Star Alongside Jackie Chan In New Action Film. DETAILS

John Cena Replacing Sylvester Stallone in Jackie Chan Action Flick

John Cena has hopped aboard the Jackie Chan express with the previously untitled action film Project X, which is being directed by Scott Waugh (Need for Speed). Late last month, rumors began circulating that Cena was in talks to replace Sly.

The working title of the film is "Project X", and Chan will also serve as a producer.

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The movie focuses on a Chinese-operated oil refinery that is attacked by terrorists in the Middle East. Chan plays a private security contractor tasked with rescuing a group of oil workers. Once he uncovers the attack as part of the plot to steal the oil, he partners up with an American former Marine who lives in Iraq teaching orphans.

Cena has two more significant starring roles in upcoming movies - Transformers spinoff Bumblebee, which hits theaters on December 21st, and The Janson Directive, which hits theaters some time in 2019 or 2020 and will be produced by The Rock.

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As the Hollywood Reporter noted, Cena is fast carving himself a niche in the action movie space. At this point, WWE fans would be lucky to see him in the ring very sporadically.

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