Nothing can prepare these elite firefighters for their most difficult job yet: babysitting. That is actually true within the movie's opening sequence, by which he is lowered from a helicopter right into a burning cabin and scoops up the terrified 16-yr-outdated Brynn (an appealing Brianna Hildebrand, Deadpool) and her 10-12 months-old brother Will (Christian Convery) and three-year-previous sister Zoey (Finley Rose Slater).
Paramount has launched the trailer for the new family comedy Taking part in with Fireplace, starring professional wrestler turned actor John Cena. The gifted Leguizamo was still conserving busy in movies, with key appearances in Super Mario Bros. In the film, Cena plays an uptight fire superintendent who must faces his hardest job yet — babysitting three children he and his crew rescued till they can find their parents.
In 1998 he made his Broadway debut in John Leguizamo: Freak (1998), a "demi-semi-quasi-pseudo-autobiographical" one-man present, which was filmed for HBO by Spike Lee. Brynn (Brianna Hildebrand, the sarcastic young X-Men trainee from the Deadpool films) is a teenage caregiving figure, Will (Christian Convery) is the tween-age middle kid, and Zoey (Finley Rose Slater), well, she's harder to pinpoint.
But as the youngsters and adults - including Mark ( Keegan-Michael Key ), Rodrigo ( John Leguizamo ), and Axe (Tyler Mane) - get to know each other, it is clear that Supe wants the siblings as a lot as they want him. Brianna Hildebrand performs Brynn, the oldest of the three children.
Cena performs strait-laced smoke jumper Jake Carson, whom everyone calls "Supe." What channel is the Little Mermaid refers to his standing because the superintendent of a Redding, California, fire station, but it may as nicely be short for Superman, since Jake routinely performs the sorts of feats of derring-do that might make even superheroes assume twice.