Jason Momoa’s affluent run in the industry seems to continue as the 43-year-old actor stars alongside John Cena who is set to reprise his role of Dom Toretto’s brother Jacob in the 10th installment of the 2-decade-long franchise accompanied by one spinoff.
John Cena’s shift from one of the biggest faces in the wrestling world to Hollywood has been greeted with mixed remarks over the years, conversely, his recent appearance in James Gunn’s critically acclaimed The Suicide Squad & its spinoff Peacemaker has elucidated the actor’s range consequently solidifying his caliber as an actor.
After the shake-up in the future schemes of DC studios, the muscle-bound duo of John Cena & Jason Momoa is set to join forces out of the realm of DC subsequently appending their natural chemistry in a new action comedy for Warner Bros.
John Cena & Jason Momoa team up in the rowdy, flashy comedy Killer Vacation
Jason Momoa’s association with the 16-time WWE World champion on the sets of Fast X has upsurged the mutual chemistry between the two which is set to go momentous after their confirmed team-up out from a substantial global franchise into more of a mitigate adventure movie Killer Vacation comprising a tone similar to James Cameron’s 1994 movie, True Lies consisting Arnold Schwarzeneggar, a fearless terrorist-battling agent who discovers his wife’s affair while terrorist smuggles nuclear warhead into the United States.
The amusing, flashy, riotous adventure will be written by Mark & Brian Gunn, the cousin & brother to the DC chief James Gunn. At present, no directors have been attached to the project & the plot details are currently under wraps.
Jason Momoa worn out playing macho characters
Although, Momoa who is set to reprise his role as the titular character in Aquaman and The lost Kingdom, the King of Atlantis showed his fatigue playing the swashbuckling lead accordingly teasing his upcoming movie starring him as the villain. He stated,
“It’s been hard because people always think I’m just this dude who plays [macho characters],” he said. “But I want to be moved, I want something new. Things are changing, and even the villain roles I’m playing now are eccentric. I’m a peacock at the highest level and I’m having the time of my life.”
We may have to wait a while to see if John Cena and Jason Momoa would be sharing the silver screen in the reforming DCU under the leadership of James Cameron & Peter Safran, meanwhile, we’ll soon get to enjoy the iron-pumped duo showcasing their natural chemistry in their upcoming project Killer Vacation.
No release date for Killer Vacation has been made official.