From Peacemaker to… President? Sure, you learn that proper. After taking part in the righteous, flag-flying Christopher Smith in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad spin-off, John Cena is taking a special spin on patriotism in his new movie The Unbiased, which sees him change the toilet-seat helmet for a pointy swimsuit as he strives to make it to the Oval Workplace. Feast your eyes on this unique picture of Cena as presidential hopeful Nate Sterling, garnering assist for his marketing campaign at a rally:
Directed by Amy Rice and written by Evan Parter, The Unbiased is ready throughout the previous few weeks of an especially vital US presidential race, with the nation about to elect both its first feminine POTUS (performed by Ann Dowd), or its first viable unbiased candidate, aka Cena’s character Nate. Protecting the election is an idealistic younger journalist (Queen & Slim’s Jodie Turner-Smith), who groups up with skilled reporter Nick (Succession’s Brian Cox) to uncover a conspiracy that places the result of the vote – and the results for the nation – of their palms.
It’s a topic space ripe for thrills, intrigue and fascinating characters, and offers Cena an opportunity to maneuver away from the man-child protagonist of Peacemaker in direction of somebody who clearly is aware of how you can allure a nation, having made his option to the ultimate stage within the election regardless of not being related to any political get together. And, while the presence of Peacemaker’s much-loved sidekick Eagly could seem a bit incongruous with the remainder of The Unbiased, it may nonetheless occur – the bald eagle is the nationwide chicken of America, in spite of everything. We’ll discover out when it arrives on Sky Cinema later this yr.