John Cena Speaks out on His Return to Fast & Furious 10!
On Good Morning America, Cena, who seems to be surgically glued to his Peacemaker costume, talked about his hectic work schedule and admitted he’s not sure if he’ll be back in the Fast & Furious series. Fast & Furious 9 star John Cena: Exclusive On his role in “Fast & Furious 9,” John Cena says: I’m getting to contribute to a legacy that spans 20 years.
In response to a question on whether Jakob will be in the recently postponed Fast 10, Cena quipped that he would be switching from the “peace sign” to “crossing [his] fingers.”
He spoke to his Peacemaker attire, saying, “I can tell you this, you probably won’t see me in Fast 10 dressed like this.” But I sincerely hope you recognize me from Fast 10.
Cena continued, “I know they’re preparing up for production and I would love nothing more than to return to the series. If the Fast family will have me, I’m very much open for returning. I myself am a great fan.
Fast & Furious 9 star John Cena: Exclusive On his role in “Fast & Furious 9,” John Cena says: I’m getting to contribute to a legacy that spans 20 years. The latest Fast 10 sequel’s release date has been postponed until May 2023, despite what the film’s title would have you believe.
Originally slated to debut on April 7, 2023, Fast & Furious 10 has had its Easter release date rescheduled by producers and Universal Pictures due to the success of F9.
One former Fast actor who won’t be appearing in the landmark instalment is Dwayne Johnson, who recently accused Vin Diesel, his co-star turned adversary, of “manipulation.”
After Diesel openly advocated for Luke Hobbs’ return, he recently remarked, “I was firm yet gracious with my statements and explained that I would always be supportive of the cast and always root for the series to succeed, but that there was no chance I would return.”
“Vin’s most recent public post was an illustration of his deception… We had a strong idea of this after speaking about it months earlier.