Kane working WWE Studio production with Ziggler, update on The Undertaker's WWE future
Something’s been missing from WWE broadcasts i.e Dolph Ziggler. The WWE favorite was written off from television due to other projects that are currently in production. Now it seems he is not the lone WWE Superstar starring in WWE Studios’ upcoming “6:42″ thriller. In the video below, Kane reveals he is part of the movie as well. Kane and Dolph Ziggler are filming a WWE Studios movie right now. “6:42″ will star both WWE superstars, and it will keep them out until the time SummerSlam roll around on August 23.
However it is not confirmed if Ziggler signed a new WWE contract, but the fact that he’s working on a new movie for the WWE is a great sign. Word is that the script for the movie is really good and it’s said to be a great project for Ziggler with production scheduled to wrap by August 14th. Before he was written off TV, he was in a new feud that pitted him and Lana against Rusev and Summer Rae. WWE also posted these details on the plot:
“Ray Fitzpatrick (WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler) is a tough as nails narcotics cop working the beat in Los Angeles. After a drug bust goes wrong, Ray is forced to shoot his own partner, leading to his suspension from the police force. Before you know it, Ray is dragged right back into the thick of it when a mysterious package arrives at the station addressed to him.
The package leads Ray and his colleagues to an encrypted website where an unidentified kidnapper broadcasts a threat to Ray and the entire police force. The kidnapper, it turns out, is holding a young boy hostage and unless the police department can come up with a $2 million ransom, he’ll set off a time-bomb strapped to the child’s chest.
The department, led by Lt. Cronin (WWE Superstar Kane) comes up with the payoff and Ray is tasked as the bagman. When the handover goes down, Ray is forced to shoot and kill the kidnapper before he can set off the bomb and kill the child.
With 6 hours and 42 minutes left before the timed explosive detonates, Ray and Internal Affairs agent Julia Baker (Katharine Isabelle from “See No Evil 2″) race against time to find the now deceased kidnapper’s hidden lair and save the child before it’s too late.”
Here is the video:
- As if the prospect of seeing him seek revenge on Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam later this month was not enough, the latest Undertaker news will surely delight WWE fans. As reported by PWInsider, the 50-year-old is scheduled to work several more dates following his bout with The Beast at the pay-per-view event live in Brooklyn on August 23.
It has been said that he is confirmed to be working an episode of Monday Night Raw following the event, which is most likely to be the following night, on August 24.