copyright"Playing With Fire": The FSK's age rating for the comedy with wrestler John Cena
Wrestling superstar John Cena as an elite fireman suddenly has to take care of three snotty kids in "Playing With Fire". The film, which sounds like family fun, has received a corresponding FSK approval.
John Carson (John Cena) is a straight forward guy. His job as a wildfire fighter in "Playing With Fire" demands everything from him, but Carson and his crew are among the best in their field. But when they save three orphaned children from a forest fire and then plunge their orderly life into chaos, the hard-boiled firefighters are facing their biggest test. That sounds like fun for the whole family, which is now in the way:
You can watch the Playing With Fire trailer here:
John Cena should be a household name for wrestling fans in particular, but also played a role in "Bumblebee" and will soon be featured in "Fast & Furious 9". He is supported by Keegan-Michael Key ("Predator - Upgrade") and John Leguizamo ("John Wick: Chapter 2") as well as his wrestling colleague Tyler Mane ("Troy"). Many Brianna Hildebrand should be known among the younger actors, who play the role of Negasonic Teenage Warhead in the "Deadpool" films.
In the director's chair, on the other hand, sits Andy Fickman, a comedy specialist who has made a name for himself with family jokes such as "The department store Cop 2" and "Daddy without a plan".