John Cena To Star In Action-Comedy 'Grand Death Lotto' With Awkwafina And Simu Liu

Photo: Instagram/John Cena 

Renowned professional wrestler and Hollywood actor, John Cena, is set to star in Amazon's upcoming action-comedy, Grand Death Lotto.

Cena, known for his iconic performances in the wrestling industry, has been making a significant impact in Hollywood.

He has already delivered numerous blockbuster hits, including his role as Peacemaker in The Suicide Squad and its spinoff series, Peacemaker.

Photo: Instagram/John Cena 

Directed by Paul Feig, Grand Death Lotto features an ensemble cast, including Awkwafina and Simu Liu.

The movie is set in a near-future California where a unique twist has been added to the lottery.

The announced winner has until sundown to stay alive, or else anyone who kills them can legally claim the prize.

With a perfect combination of action, comedy, and suspense, the movie is expected to be a thrilling experience for the audience.

Grand Death Lotto is sure to offer a refreshing take on the action genre with its innovative premise and a talented cast.

Cena has been consistently delivering impressive performances in Hollywood, and this movie is likely to add to his success.

In addition, he is scheduled to make a comeback appearance in the upcoming episode of Monday Night RAW.

Fans are excited to see Cena's return and can't wait to see how it turns out.

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