Cena Pays Off $15k Tax Lien, Rock’s Movie Performance

Posted by Brad Davis February 13, 2012 Comments are off

Source: Pwinsider

— The Rock’s Journey 2: The Mysterious Island made $27.6 million at the box office over the weekend, which was good enough for third place. While the film looked as if it would end up if the #4 spot, it was able to pass Star Wars: The Episode One – Phantom Menace 3D, which made $23 million. So far, Journey 2 has made $102.3 million worldwide. Dan Fellman, head of distribution for Warner Bros., had the following to say about the film’s success: “For us to win that family battle this weekend was a tremendous coup for the film.”

— John Morrison and Melina are scheduled for an autograph appearance in City of Industry, California. Morrison announced it on Twitter, saying: If you live in So Cal: @realmelina & I are going to be signing at the Frank & Son Collectible show this Saturday Feb. 18th from 11-2pm.

— TMZ reported a few months back that WWE Superstar John Cena had a lien against his Florida home from a roofing company that claimed Cena got over on them in the amount of $15,214.92.

TMZ has updated their story and reports that Cena paid off the tax lien and no longer has to worry about losing his home. According to documents filed in Hillsborough County Florida, Cena paid off the $15,214.92 debt and the lien has been lifted.

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