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WWE will work informally with Netflix for original films

Mike Johnson of PW Insider reports that WWE will work with the media giant Netflix for new original content. Reportedly, the WWE will produce original films for the media giant, including The main event, which is scheduled for release next summer. WWE superstar John Cena is quoted in the script and reportedly destined to make a cameo in that film. According to Johnson, the new film also includes roles for Sheamus, The Miz and Bray Wyatt. The film's script also refers to the NXT talent.

Johnson provided a brief synopsis for the film:

The main event tells the story of a ten-year-old boy who is bullied but dreams of growing up to become a WWE professional wrestler. However, she manages to live her dream first when she discovers the secret of having extra strength in her breakfast cereal, becoming "The Spaghetti Kid".

Johnson also notes this The main event it's in the early stages of casting and crew. There is no current word on where filming will take place.

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