Not the WWE ring but John Cena to beat Dwayne Johnson at the box office with his The Suicide Squad?


John Cena vs. Dwayne Johnson at the box office (Photo credit: Getty Images / Still From Movie)

After the success of F9 aka Fast & Furious 9, John Cena is set to hit theaters with his The Suicide Squad. The film should be released this Friday in the United States and Canada (domestic market). It should get off to a good start as the reviews from critics and word of mouth are very positive.

For non-specialists, The Suicide Squad was released in the UK on July 30. So far the film has $ 6.70 million United Kingdom. On the bright side, this is an entertaining package and expects the momentum to be carried to the domestic box office as well.

According to commercial estimates, The Suicide Squad is ready to open with $ 30 million During the weekend. The brand would be the least expected and the numbers could even easily exceed $ 40 million. That being said, the John Cena star is likely to overtake Dwayne Johnson’s Jungle Cruise at the domestic box office. Dwayne’s movie came out last Friday and made $ 35 million on weekends, according to Box Office Mojo.

Let’s see if John Cena manages to beat Dwayne Johnson at the box office after winning Wrestlemania 29.

Meanwhile, a lucky few recently got to see Cena on a surprise visit at the film’s premiere screening in Detroit, Michigan.

The WWE superstar who stars as the Peacekeeper as director James Gunn showed up at a premiere screening of the film. He was in town for the WWE Live Event at Little Caesars Arena. The actor has interrupted the screening of the film at the Birmingham 8 cinema.

Stay tuned for more Hollywood updates!

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