WWE wrestler and actor John Cena spotted in Vancouver

The ‘You Can’t See Me’ star is reportedly in the Lower Mainland to film a new movie

John Cena was spotted enjoying a meal at a Vancouver’s Joe Fortes restaurant this week.

In a photo posted to social media Tuesday, the WWE wrestler-turned-actor is seen, sporting longer brown hair, with restaurant staff.

Cena is set to star in Playing With Fire, a comedy about a group of firefighters who meet their match when they have to rescue a trio of rowdy children.

According to reports, the production will be based out of Burnaby, with filming to run from February until the end of March.


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