John Cena’s best movies you may not know.

John Cena, The Marine

The Marine

In this 2006 action film, John Cena takes on the role of John Triton, a recently discharged marine, who goes on a chase through the South Carolina wilderness to find his wife after a group of diamond thieves kidnap her.

John Cena, 12 Rounds

12 Rounds

Cena is up for any challenge in this 2006 action film. The professional wrestler plays Detective Danny Fisher who is forced to do 12 tasks in order to save his girlfriend after she is kidnapped by an ex-con from his past.


John Cena, Fred: The Movie

Fred: The Movie

Cena jumps into the comedy ring with Nickelodeon’s Fred: The Movie. In the movie, the WWE star portrayed Fred’s (Lucas Cruikshank) imaginary father, who gives him advice and support as he navigates school, friendships, romantic relationships and his dream of being a singer.


Trainwreck, Amy Schumer, John Cena

Trainwreck

The 41-year-old performer played Steven, a man who was in a causal relationship with Amy Schumer’s character in this comedy. Despite being casual, Steven wanted more from the pair’s connection even though Schumer’s character wasn’t ready to commit at all.

John Cena, Mark Wahlberg, Daddy's Home 2

Daddy’s Home & Daddy’s Home 2

Cena’s role as the “cool dad” and Dusty Mayron’s (Mark Wahlberg) newest rival for his stepdaughter’s affections might’ve only been a cameo in the 2015 comedy, but it was hilarious.

In the Christmas-themed sequel, Cena returned for a larger part and it was equally as funny. This time his character was invited to come on the family holiday trip, but Dusty can’t handle it and eventually the two come to blows. This shifts the entire family dynamic and causes a lot of issues.

John Cena, Tina Fey, Sisters

Sisters

In Sisters, the actor joined comedy queens Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as a part of a trio we never knew we needed. In the movie, the Massachusetts native played a drug dealer who gets invited to the sisters’ party after they realize their old friends don’t want to get crazy anymore, but they still want throw a true rager.


John Cena, Ferdinand

Ferdinand

Cena is Ferdinard in this 2017 animated film and he is perfect in the role. He voiced the bull with a big heart, who is mistakenly considered dangerous and taken from his home as a result. He then brings together a group of misfits in order to find his way back to his family.


John Cena, Blockers

Blockers

In Blockers, Cena played Mitchell, Kayla’s (Geraldine Viswanathan) overprotective father who would do anything to stop his daughter from having sex on prom night, even though she already made a pack with her high school friends to lose her virginity that night.


The Notebook, Rachel McAdams, Ryan Gosling

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