Superhero movies are always thrilled to know which actor will play the bad guy. John Cena is a superhero movie fan, and he has proved it time and again. The actor is all set to make his debut as one in DC’s The Suicide Squad. But looks like he is keen to play a bad guy for Marvel Cinematic Universe. The actor has shown interest in fighting against Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.
Spider-Man is a tremendous Marvel superhero character. We know there are different heroes comparable to Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and so forth. However, there’s one thing about Spidey aka Peter Parker that makes individuals of all age teams love him. What makes his adventures exhilarating are the dangerous guys he fights. From Venom to Doctor Octopus, the dangerous guys are tremendous highly effective.
Now, John Cena has expressed curiosity in enjoying Sandman. Sandman is among the most fascinating villains or anti-heroes in Spider-Man comics. Wouldn’t it be fascinating to see how this nasty man fights Tom Holland? Cena additionally gave us a glimpse of how he would look as Spidey-s nemesis.
On his Instagram web page, John Cena shared a fan artwork by which he seems to be each bit highly effective as Sandman. The actor didn’t give any caption to the picture. But we are able to assist however marvel that he’s focused on enjoying the half!
Originally set to begin filming this September, production has been delayed to the ongoing global pandemic. Spider-Man star Tom Holland is currently shooting Uncharted for Sony.
"It’ll be fun to see Spidey back in his element, out of the shadow of Tony, out of the shadow of the other Avengers, as his own man now, as his own hero,” Feige said in a previous interview.
As for Cena, time will tell if he'll make his way into a Marvel movie. The actor is already a part of a DCEU. Thanks to writer and director James Gunn, Cena will star as the violent pacifist in The Suicide Squad as part of an ensemble cast that also features names like Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, Joel Kinnaman, Peter Capaldi, and Viola Davis.
If Cena's take on the DC character is well received by fans, the odds will be in his favor for scoring the role of Sandman - or perhaps another supervillain - in the MCU as well.