Randy Orton is keeping himself plenty busy as a main event fixture over on Smackdown Live, and is currently embroiled in a feud against himself to determine how far he can fling a Singh Brother, and how many hits he can get in on the second one before the first one lands. Orton is a 13-time world champion and as close to a lock for the Hall of Fame as you can get without being named John Cena, but he’s also an occasional actor!
In fact, Orton’s acting career is as deliberate as his in-ring style, as he has starred in a movie every two years without fail since 2011, when he appeared in That’s What I Am. He followed that up with 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded in 2013, The Condemned 2 in 2015, and now he has signed on for a supporting role in Seth Green’s directorial debut, if you can believe it.
Deadline reports that Changeland will star Green, who also wrote the film, and Breckin Meyer will co-star. The rest of the cast includes Brenda Song, Clare Grant, Macauley Culkin, and Rose Williams. That’s … an amazing cast, honestly.
The film begins production this week, and while the plot details are scarce at the moment, Deadline claims that the story involved Green as a “hesitant character undergoing a personal crisis.” Hey, me too!