Sheamus releases image from new TMNT film - he looks ridiculous

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WWE love their superstars being in movies, even if they're terrible ones like Triple H in The Chaperone - a film that took in just $14,000 in the box office off a $3million budget.

From John Cena starring alongside Amy Schumer, LeBron James and Bill Hader in Trainwreck, to The Miz playing a starring role in the upcoming Santa's Little Helper 2, the WWE are always in favor of superstars branching out into Hollywood.

Now, following in the footsteps of the likes of Cena, The Rock, and Batista, current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus will be making his silver screen debut. It's just a shame that he looks so ridiculous.


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The 'Celtic Warrior' is starring in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film, directed by Dave Green, which is coming out in 2016.

In the sequel to the 2014 reboot which starred Megan Fox and Will Arnett, Sheamus portrays the villainous Rocksteady. Ahead of the trailer for the film being released tomorrow, the Irishman gave a sneak peak of his character on Twitter, in the form of a Wanted poster.

Take a look for yourself and you'll see what we mean when we say that the WWE Champion looks absolutely terrible...

No one has ever looked good when rocking a goatee with giant sideburns, especially when they're the most disgusting mutton chops you're ever likely to see in your life.

Let's just hope that Sheamus can act better than he looks in the film. If not, it could be a short career in Tinseltown for the Champ.

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