Two of the most revered names in the WWE and Hollywood are slated to make grand appearances on Kevin Hart's "Hart to Heart" talk show this coming July. The popular show, now gearing up for its third season, is set to premiere next month on the streaming platform Peacock.
In anticipation, the network has released a compelling new trailer, showcasing a star-studded lineup that notably includes wrestling giants turned Hollywood stars John Cena and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. While the trailer deftly maintains an air of mystery by providing a mere montage of sound bites without delving into essential details about the guests, the simultaneous appearance of Cena and The Rock in the same season is bound to resonate profoundly with ardent professional wrestling fans.
After all, the unforgettable clash between these two titans of the wrestling world occurred a little over 11 years ago at WrestleMania XXVIII. The epic event, aptly coined "Once In A Lifetime," saw Cena and The Rock confront each other inside the WWE ring for the first time.
While a rematch would follow at the ensuing WrestleMania, the original contest's significance remains unscathed.
Cena and Rock's Hollywood Success
Since then, both Cena and The Rock have transitioned smoothly from the wrestling ring to the cinematic world, achieving phenomenal success in Hollywood.
Cena has made waves with his performance in franchises like "Fast & Furious" and "Bumblebee," not to mention James Gunn's "The Suicide Squad" and "Peacemaker." Concurrently, The Rock has captivated audiences in action-packed roles in films like the "Fast" series and the reboot of "Jumanji," where he shares screen space with none other than Kevin Hart.
Despite the trailer's cryptic nature, the presence of both men is evident. Cena's voice is heard inquiring, "What's off limits?" to which Hart affirms, "Nothing's off limits." The Rock's voice is also recognized, responding to Hart's question, "How are you feeling about that?" with a candid "Now? Like s***." Fans can stream the riveting third season of "Hart to Heart" on Peacock beginning July 6, with all previous episodes readily available to catch up on the excitement.