John Cena recently sat down for an interview with The Miami Herald and had the following to say concerning his movie and wrestling careers. "I’m going to be the first guy to work two full-time jobs. I’m certainly not going to leave wrestling anytime soon, but I’m not going to do movies as a hobby. I really want to devote 100-percent effort into any project I get involved with."
Cena spoke about receiving career advice from The Rock, Hulk Hogan and Jesse Ventura by saying "They all kind of gave me the same advice, and it was very vague but very positive. Don’t do anything too fast and always work hard. That was pretty much the cliff-notes from what they said to me.” To read the full interview, go to MiamiHerald.com.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson’s latest film Race to Witch Mountain has made an estimated $44.7 million since opening last weekend. This past weekend it dropped to the number 4 spot bringing in $13 million, which is considered to be a good number considering all three films that grossed more were amidst their opening weekends.
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