Scottish Superstar Noam Dar exudes confidence as he brings a high level of competition to WWE 205 Live.11/30/2016 - 18:45
If Amy Schumer ever stars in a reboot of "Twins," she knows just who to call. Cathy Kelley has the lowdown on the comedienne's recent social media comparison to the curator of "The List of Jericho," whom she has deemed a "beautiful man."12/02/2016 - 12:00
Never say never when it comes to WWE. It's been years since we've seen these five Legends in a WWE ring, but the time is right for them to make a comeback.12/01/2016 - 18:30
The WWE Universe is still talking about Sasha Banks' Raw Women's Championship victory over Charlotte Flair on Raw, and Cathy Kelley has the social media scoop on what people are saying about the intensifying rivalry between The Boss and The Queen.12/01/2016 - 17:30
Cruiserweight Champion "The Outlandish" Rich Swann has overcome insurmountable adversity to rise to the top of WWE's Cruiserweight division.12/01/2016 - 14:45
WWE Studios and Blumhouse Entertainment present the first trailer for the science fiction thriller "Sleight."11/29/2016 - 18:15
Indian brothers Gurv & Harv Sihra groove into WWE 205 Live with colorful dance moves and energetic ability as The Bollywood Boyz.11/30/2016 - 18:30
The Beast Incarnate cramps Kurt Angle's style in a backstage encounter with an admirer of The Olympic Hero.12/01/2016 - 10:45
'The Marine' on DVD
WWE fans can now bring home all the action and adventure from John Cena's big screen hit, The Marine. The WWE Champion's explosive flick is now available on DVD. Fans are in for a special treat -- not only is the theater version of The Marine available, but there's an unrated version of the movie, too.
"In the unrated version, the WWE fans get to see a true director's cut, which obviously makes for a more exciting movie," Cena told WWE.com.
In The Marine, John Cena plays John Triton, a discharged Marine whose wife is kidnapped by jewel thieves. He must save his wife from the evil killers, and quite a few larger-than-life explosions shake things up along the way.
"We shot a PG-13 movie, and there's a lot of toeing the line you need to do for that. The people who were in charge of that stuff we going as far as counting the amount of bullet holes riddled into the Camaro we fired off the bridge!" Cena said. "In the unrated version, you get to see a lot more of the action."
The Champ is pumped for his major motion picture debut to hit stores, and promises WWE fans won't be let down.
"There was a lot of hype for The Marine. I know the DVD release is going to be awesome," he said.
"There are some little extras and stuff on the DVD I don't want to give away, but you get to see me have a little fun," Cena smiled.