Cruella star Paul Walter Hauser’s new film Queenpins is ready to be the primary movie to function AEW references.
Hauser stars within the movie alongside Kristen Bell and Vince Vaughn, which focuses on two housewives who create a $40 million coupon rip-off.
Showing on the Professional Wrestling 4 Life podcast with WWE Corridor of Famer Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman, longtime wrestling fan Hauser defined that the film initially featured references to WWE which he had modified to be AEW nods.
“Queenpins was the factor that I obtained this half on this film, and I noticed there have been WWE references within the film,” Hauser defined.
“They have been simply in there as a result of that they had one other man earlier than me who dropped out, after which I signed on, however I learn the script, and I’m going, ‘Can we modify this to AEW? I occur to know the proprietor. I might most likely get you a good take care of the licensing and the photographs.'”
“They go, ‘Yeah, tell us if we are able to try this. That’d be nice.’ Should you watch the film Queenpins, you will note what I consider it’s the first movie in Hollywood to function AEW within the movie.”
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Hauser additionally starred in I, Tonya with The Falcon and The Winter Solider’s Sebastian Stan and the 2 have beforehand talked about doing a wrestling biopic on Ric Aptitude.
Throughout an interview with Collider in April, Stan was requested a query despatched in by Hauser, who needed to know after they’d work collectively once more.
“We obtained to try this Ric Aptitude/Anderson biopic,” Stan stated. “[Hauser’s] so humorous. I imply, he is such an enormous wrestling fan and I used to be an enormous wrestling fan too rising up. Like, I beloved WWF and stuff.
“And we each have a kip-up. So, possibly Ric Aptitude. I will do it in a second in the event that they let me. I imply, fairly quickly, I will be eligible, I suppose.”
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