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The BIGGEST moments from the 96th Academy Awards…

The BIGGEST moments from the 96th Academy Awards…

[ad_1] AFP Top moments from the Oscars From Ryan Gosling’s show-stopping “I’m Just Ken” to calls for ceasefire, there were several stand-out moments at the 96th Oscars in Hollywood on Sunday.- Calls for ceasefire –  Several stars, including supporting actor nominee Mark Ruffalo, wore pins calling for a ceasefire in Gaza, while groups of protesters against Israel’s war on the besieged Palestinian territory gathered near the security cordon of the locked-down event. [ad_2] Source link

Here’s What John Cena Really Wore During His “Naked” Presentation at the Oscars 2024

Here’s What John Cena Really Wore During His “Naked” Presentation at the Oscars 2024

[ad_1] There’s the best-dressed list, and then there’s the least-dressed list. We will give you one guess which one John Cena topped at the Oscars 2024 on Sunday in Los Angeles. They say you’re never fully dressed without a smile, and Cena did eventually sport one of those, plus Birkenstocks and an oversized envelope, when he took the stage to present the Academy Award for costume design to Poor Things costumer Holly Waddington. In a planned bit with host Jimmy Kimmel to call back to the 50th anniversary of an onstage streaker disrupting the 1974 awards ceremony, Cena played at being too bashful to make his own nude run, explaining that “it’s an elegant event” and insisting, at Kimmel’s reminder that he “wrestles naked” that “I don’t wrestle naked, I wrestle in jorts.”  Several hilariously tentative sidesteps later, Cena and his iliac furrows made it to the mic with the envelope covering his nether regions. Backstage photos reveal that Cena was also fitted with a modesty pouch just in case, essentially turning his memorable look …

Where to Buy John Cena’s Birkenstocks From the 2024 Oscars

Where to Buy John Cena’s Birkenstocks From the 2024 Oscars

[ad_1] If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, The Hollywood Reporter may receive an affiliate commission. John Cena and his Birks made a case for the necessity of costume designers, stylists, his fitness trainer and comedic timing at the 2024 Oscars. Nodding to streaker Robert Opel at the 1974 Academy Awards, Jimmy Kimmel kicked off the best costume design award presentation by asking, “Can you imagine if a nude man ran across the stage today? Wouldn’t that be crazy?” Cue the Argylle star, who had a change of heart about his birthday suit bit: “I don’t want to do the streaker bit anymore,” Cena said. “You should feel ashamed right now for suggesting such a tasteless idea.” John Cena Frank Micelotta/Disney via Getty Images After some banter (“The male body is not a joke,” said Cena, to which Kimmel replied, “Mine is”), the WWE star eventually emerged from backstage wearing only the winner’s envelope — and a pair of Birkenstock Arizona sandals. (Poor Things costume designer Holly …

John Cena Presents in the Nude at 2024 Oscars After Streaker Bit Goes Awry

John Cena Presents in the Nude at 2024 Oscars After Streaker Bit Goes Awry

[ad_1] John Cena stripped down to his birthday suit to present at the 96th Academy Awards and it was glorious. The 46-year-old actor was part of a bit with Jimmy Kimmel, who shared that it was the 50th anniversary of when Robert Opel faked his way into the 46th Academy Awards in 1974 and streaked across the stage and ran past David Niven, who was in the middle of introducing Elizabeth Taylor. After sharing the infamous streaking story, Kimmel teased, “Can you imagine if a nude man ran across the stage today?” which elicited laughter from the crowd. But Kimmel wasn’t done yet and he asked the question again, albeit with more emphasis this time around. “I said, can you imagine if a nude man ran across the stage today? Wouldn’t that be crazy?” Just then, Cena poked his head out from behind the stage design decor. “Psst! Psst! Jimmy!” loudly whispered a shy Cena. “Come here.” “I can’t come there — do the thing!” Kimmel quips. “What’s going on? You’re supposed to run across the stage? Cena …

John Cena Presenting The Oscar For Best Costume Design Was One Of The Awards’ Most Chaotic Moments

John Cena Presenting The Oscar For Best Costume Design Was One Of The Awards’ Most Chaotic Moments

[ad_1] PATRICK T. FALLON via Getty Images Well, we’ve always been told to expect the unexpected when it comes the Oscars, but we certainly didn’t have John Cena presenting the award for Best Costume Design while completely naked on our awards season bingo card. Host Jimmy Kimmel egged the Barbie star on to come out naked as part of the ‘bit’ after referencing that a streaker came out on stage in 1974. When he first appeared, Jimmy said: “What’s going on? You’re supposed to run across the stage?” John replied: “I changed my mind I don’t want to do the streaker thing.” Cena then ‘hesitantly’ came out on stage, covering his modesty with just a card reading ‘Best Costume Design’, which he was presenting the award for. Thankfully, while the nominees were being read out, it would appear that Cena was wrapped in a curtain. And in between shots, it turns out that, yup, he was completely naked – as footage from Vulture shows. MORE OSCARS: [ad_2] Source link

John Cena Just Presented The Oscar For Best Costume Design… Completely Naked

John Cena Just Presented The Oscar For Best Costume Design… Completely Naked

[ad_1] Well, we’ve always been told to expect the unexpected when it comes the Oscars, but we certainly didn’t have John Cena presenting the award for Best Costume Design while completely naked on our awards season bingo card. Host Jimmy Kimmel egged the Barbie star on to come out naked as part of the ‘bit’ after referencing that a streaker came out on stage in 1974. When he first appeared, Jimmy said: “What’s going on? You’re supposed to run across the stage?” John replied: “I changed my mind I don’t want to do the streaker thing.” Cena then ‘hesitantly’ came out on stage, covering his modesty with just a card reading ‘Best Costume Design’, which he was presenting the award for. Thankfully, while the nominees were being read out, it would appear that Cena was wrapped in a curtain. And in between shots, it turns out that, yup, he was completely naked – as footage from Vulture shows. [ad_2] Source link

Zac Efron, John Cena in Peter Farrelly Comedy

Zac Efron, John Cena in Peter Farrelly Comedy

[ad_1] After showing his serious side with Green Book, the most derided Best Picture Oscar winner since Crash, then taking a critical drubbing with the Zac Efron vehicle The Greatest Beer Run Ever, Peter Farrelly returns to the kind of unapologetically silly comedy he and his brother Bobby parlayed into box office gold in the ‘90s. At least in theory. Efron gets stuck with another slipshod script in Ricky Stanicky, a sad demonstration that what was once considered outrageous, transgressive and anarchic now just seems crass, tired and witless. Streaming on Prime from March 7, the movie might tap into the nostalgia of audiences raised on the Farrelly brand of goofy raunch, gross-out laughs, slapstick, escalating chaos and sticky sentiment. The virtual extinction of the midbudget R-rated studio comedies that thrived in the ‘90s might also help, as the success of Anyone But You recently showed. Ricky Stanicky The Bottom Line Past its expiration date. Release date: Thursday, March 7Cast: Zac Efron, John Cena, Jermaine Fowler, Andrew Santino, Lex Scott Davis, Anja Savcic, Jeff Ross, …

Watch the Savannah Bananas Baseball Team Dance to Beyoncé’s ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’

Watch the Savannah Bananas Baseball Team Dance to Beyoncé’s ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’

[ad_1] Who needs that Oklahoma radio station when you’ve got the Savannah Bananas! The hugely popular team (baseball’s version of the Harlem Globetrotters) blasted Beyoncé‘s new country track “Texas Hold ‘Em” on Friday night in Arizona for one of their many choreographed dances. You can see the team — led by their pitcher in a yellow cowboy hat — busting out dance moves on the mound while his fellow infielders follow along right behind him. The best part? The catcher’s also getting down! At one point he plops down on his belly under the umpire’s legs! The Bananas are in Peoria, Arizona taking on the Party Animals (think Washington Generals).  And anyone who has ever attended a Bananas game or seen one of their many viral videos knows that the antics didn’t end there. The team also found a way to get Swelce involved. Jackson Olson donned blonde locks to channel his inner Taylor Swift, while Michael Deeb played the role of Travis Kelce as he walked Swift Olson to the batter’s box as “Karma” blared from the …

Argylle’s Twists and Post-Credits Scene, Explained

Argylle’s Twists and Post-Credits Scene, Explained

[ad_1] This post contains spoilers for Argylle. Update, February 2, 12:30 p.m. ET: The actual writers of Argylle, the book, have been revealed: Terry Hayes, an Australian author and screenwriter best known for 2013’s I Am Pilgrim, and Tammy Cohen, a British writer of psychological thrillers. The pair went public in an interview with The Telegraph. Both Hayes and Cohen were previously floated by Vanity Fair as prime suspects for authorship of Argylle. “God, I hope all the people that pre-ordered on the basis that Taylor wrote it aren’t disappointed,” Cohen told the publication in reference to the popular theory that Taylor Swift was behind the book. “I hope they are!” Hayes quipped. “If that’s why they buy a book, they deserve every punishment they get.” The hardest part of keeping their involvement with the project a secret for the last three years was “not being able to tell my support group of writer friends who I ring up every time I get into a mess,” Cohen said. “And also trying to account for a …

Where Have All the Original Action Movies Gone?

Where Have All the Original Action Movies Gone?

[ad_1] Matthew Vaughn’s Argylle borrows from a lot of very recent spy-thriller history. Apple TV+ January 31, 2024, 2:35 PM ET I have to give some credit to Matthew Vaughn’s new film, Argylle, for one thing: It is not—repeat, not—based on anything. An action movie with a reported near–$200 million budget and no connection to any preexisting intellectual property should be thrilling, a glorious throwback to the days when big films could just be about people punching and shooting each other without referencing some other storytelling universe. But it’s been curious to watch the public perception of Argylle, which is being marketed as a mystery film, in the lead-up to its release. Surely this movie couldn’t be just another guns-blazing spy thriller? What is the twist at the heart of Argylle? Did Taylor Swift secretly write it? I will leave many of the movie’s largest plot swerves to be discovered by viewers, though I can at least say that Swift seemingly has no involvement. But the meta-narratives around Argylle are quite telling, indicating how unusual …