If you’ve been wondering why there’s been no Five Knuckle Shuffle on WWE Smackdown, John Cena has been talking ‘bull’ literally. Since he dropped the belt many months ago Cena has been ‘injured’ but in reality, he’s been working on his acting career and recently for Ferdinand. You could say playing an animated bull could be the pro-wrestler stepping out his comfort zone, but if you know he’s very professional and is always up for a fight. He may be built to fight but this animated gentle giant doesn’t want to fight he just wants to love. In the new second UK trailer from 20th Century Fox, this bull may be the most misunderstood bull but all he wants to do is share his heart of gold!
Would you ever think there would be a pacifist bull in a country (Spain) that loves to kill the creatures as a sport?This has all the attributes for a perfect Kids movie, very goofy and silly with the main character voiced by a very popular character amongst the targeted audience.I’m not the targeted audience age but have been a wrestling fan since the 1990s and I have to admit I wasn’t always kind to Cena. But since he’s slowly moved into acting rather than wrestling he’s earned my respect. Still early days but he’s shown enough to show he does have dramatic chops especially ones in comedy and family movies.
After being mistaken for a dangerous beast, Ferdinand is captured and torn from his home. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate adventure. Set in Spain, Ferdinand proves you can’t judge a bull by its cover.
Ferdinand will be charging his way into the festive season and the hearts of families across the UK and Ireland from 16th December 2017. Starring the voice talents of Kate McKinnon, Gina Rodriguez, Anthony Anderson, David Tennant and Sally Phillips.