Back in 1996, Arnold Schwartzenegger had a surprising Christmas hit movie called Jingle All The Way, which is still shown every year on television. WWE Studios has secured the rights to the sequel and will begin production soon. The company has tabbed Santino Marella, a comedic performer on Monday Night Raw, as a lead character.
While it has been confirmed that he has signed a two year deal with the company, it now appears that Batista might not be around WWE for much of that time period. Aside from needing to promote Guardians of the Galaxy this fall, he will also now need time away to film the sequel to the movie, which was just announced this week.
There is a Beard of the Year category at the Slammy Awards at Monday Night Raw, and the nominees are Daniel Bryan, the Wyatt Family, Damien Sandow and Zeb Colter.
Zeb Colter is one of the many WWE performers who are having a rough time traveling right now. Aside from having to fly back from Europe, they're being delayed in the United States because of tornadoes.
While management has given up on the character, WWE will be keeping Sin Cara around because he is featured in the upcoming Scooby Doo movie. Oficials have no plan on bringing the original performer back, so Hunico will have the role until after the movie has been released.
"New Robo Cop movie!!!! Great opportunity to induct him in to the celebrity wing of the WWE Hall of Fame to cross promote his movie."
- Missy Hyatt
Angelina Love is doing a movie called Night Cries, which apparently is being taped way north of Toronto. Interestingly enough, she is playing a character named Angel, which is the real life first name of the former TNA Knockouts Champion.
Batista and Brooke Hogan worked on a comedy thriller movie together last year called LA Slasher. It was initially to be released in 2013, but delayed until 2014. It now appears that the movie may be in permanent limbo, as no release date has been announced yet.
While WWE officials are still holding out hope, there does not appear to be much of a chance of the Rock working Wrestlemania 30 this year. Aside from being scheduled to go overseas to film a big movie, Dwayne Johnson simply has not expressed much interest in a return.
While a lot of fans are clamoring for him to return to WWE, John Morrison is finding himself more and more busy in Hollywood, as the former ECW champion is shooting a new movie next week. He also has five films in post production at the moment.
Yahoo! Movies has produced a list of 15 stars that are ready to break out this year, and one of the names on there is none other than Batista. The WWE star is being praised for his work as Dax the Destroyer on the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
The Rock recently revealed that he had a meeting with the CEO of Warner Bros. The main topic of discussion was figuring out a way to get the former WWE star on board to perhaps do a DC Comics movie in 2014. His star power would help them compete with Marvel.
While many are hoping for him to return at Wrestlemania 30, the Rock will be rather busy in April. That's when the former WWE star will be heading down to Australia to film a big budget, reportedly $100 million, earthquake movie.
Forbes has revealed that the Rock is the top grossing actor of 2013, as the various movies that have featured the former WWE star combined to bring in approximately $1.3 billion in revenue. He beat out Robert Downey, the star of Iron Man 3.
Batista and Brooke Hogan are both featured in an upcoming movie called LA Slasher. Batista plays an undercover cop, while Hogan plays a reality TV star. The film was initially slated to be released in 2013, but could be pushed back to 2014.
Zeb Colter recently pretended to not know who Hulk Hogan was, so a fan called him out and let him know that since Hogan has left TNA, Colter can stop pretending now.
There are still plans within WWE to turn Antonio Cesaro into a baby face. It was supposed to have happened already, but the creative department simply has not found the time nor a suitable story to break him away from Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger.
Daniel Bryan, Chris Jericho, Kane, Mark Henry and Randy Orton all stepped into the steel cage at Elimination Chamber 2013, but it was Jack Swagger, accompanied by Zeb Colter, who victoriously walked away from the event with a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship.