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Many WWE superstars have ended their wrestling careers by transitioning from the ring to Hollywood. Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson are the most notable ones. Now John Cena appears to be the latest entrant in that group. John Cena has starred in many movies and TV shows. He has been dividing his time between wrestling and Hollywood, and recent reports suggest he could be going back to WWE as he is considered the face of the company. Nevertheless, here is a look at 15 of the best John Cena movies and TV shows. 1. Bumblebee (2018) IMDb Score: 7.2/10 On the planet Cybertron, the good Autobots are about to lose a war against the evil Decepticons. They make preparations to leave the planet and settle on Earth. While evacuating, some Autobots are ambushed by Decepticons. It is 1987 on Earth at the Center of the Cold War. Unbeknown to the inhabitants, there is another war coming. The war is between two different groups or robotic aliens who are about to crash-land on Earth from Cybertron. When the Autobots and Decepticons crash- land, they start fighting and change the destiny of the human race. A young girl named Charleen 'Charlie' Watson (Hailee Steinfeld) is caught between the war. Bumblebee is an entertaining, action-filled, and heartfelt science-fiction film. It has a coherent plot and the robots act like real characters. The action is well edited and staged to make it easier for viewers to follow. The film is one of the latest John Cena movies. 2. Legendary (2010) IMDb Score: 6.2/10 Cal Chetley (Devon Graye) is a high school student who lives with his single mother in a small town in Oklahoma. His father was a state wrestling champion who died ten years ago in a car crash. Cal has an older brother named Mike (John Cena). Mike is a former wrestling champion estranged from his family. During the fall and winter, Cal began to search out Mike for help. To get his attention, he joins a high school wrestling team hoping that Mike would train him. He also hopes that joining the wrestling team will help to reunite his family. Mike declines, but Cal continues to insist. Will Mike let Cal down or accept the challenge and train him? Legendary is a film with a simple and straightforward storyline. There is less violence which makes it an excellent movie to watch with the whole family. 3. Trainwreck (2015) IMDb Score: 6.2/10 When she was still young, Amy saw her parents going through a divorce. She got an explanation from her dad that monogamy was not realistic hence the reason for the divorce. Now, Amy is a grown-up woman and a magazine writer. Her dad’s words are still in her, and this makes her enjoy life without having to worry about romantic commitments. She enjoys her freedom by drinking and partying. But this suddenly changes when she falls for a man she is writing an article about. He is a successful and charming sports doctor called Aaron Conners. The guy seems to like Amy. But Amy wonders whether other-grown ups are on to something. Is the lovely doctor the same as all the others?
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