John Leguizamo will share scenes with John Cena in “Playing with Fire”

The Colombian actor John Leguizamo will share scenes with the American John Cena in the family comedy “Playing with Fire”, informed today the specialized media The Hollywood Reporter.

Brianna Hildebrand and Judy Greer are also part of the cast of this film, while Keegan Michael-Key is very close to signing on to the project.

With the direction of Andy Fickman (“The Game Plan”, 2007), “Playing with Fire” will narrate the fun adventures of a group of firemen who must spend Christmas at the station taking care of three naughty children who have rescued.
This comedy is scheduled to hit theaters in March 2020.

Known for films like “Carlito’s Way” (1993) or “To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar” (1995), Leguizamo (Bogotá, 1964) has recently participated in several television series such as “Bloodline” and “Waco” .

Among his projects on the horizon is “Central Park Five”, a limited series by the filmmaker Ava DuVernay and also featuring the interpreters Michael K. Williams and Vera Farmiga. (EFEUSA) .-


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