Bray Wyatt’s return to the WWE has ignited a wave of enthusiasm among fans, primarily due to his much-anticipated feud with LA Knight. Known for his enigmatic and erratic character, Wyatt has consistently captivated audiences and left them spellbound with anticipation. In fact, Bray Wyatt’s Hollywood debut is still in the works.
Jason Baker, a frequent collaborator of WWE superstar Bray Wyatt, has recently revealed the current status of the wrestler’s highly anticipated debut movie. According to Baker, the film will be a horror flick, and fans can expect to be thrilled and terrified by Wyatt’s performance.
Jason Baker, a renowned FX make-up artist and director, has been a key collaborator of Bray Wyatt in creating the wrestler’s iconic on-screen masks and the popular Firefly Fun House segments. In addition to his work with Wyatt, Baker has designed gear for wrestling legends like Triple H and Finn Balor during his tenure with the Stamford-based promotion.
While Wyatt was negotiating his WWE return last year, he was simultaneously working with Baker and former Marvel writer Rob Fee to bring his debut movie to life. Baker’s involvement in the project suggests that fans can expect the same level of creativity and horror elements that have made Wyatt’s wrestling character so popular. While speaking to Metro, Jason gave a hint on what to expect from the movie.
“It’s a feature film and it’s something really new and different. I’d say probably the best way to describe it is Ichi the Killer meets Xanadu.
Now, he explained what had happened when Triple H and Bray Wyatt got in touch and how it affected the production of the feature.
“It’s not dead, it’s just we’re all working over at WWE now. I’m sure we’ll eventually get around to it, but – alright, let’s just go and do this for now!” Jason stated. “We were getting close, and then he started talking with Hunter, and then Hunter hired Rob. And then Bray came back, he’s like, ‘Well I need you to make a bunch of stuff.’ I’m like, ‘Well, when are we gonna shoot a movie if we’re all busy with WWE?’ It’s not a bad thing, this is where he should be! And I’m sure we’ll get around to making that movie eventually, but let’s get him back where he needs to be, and that’s in WWE
We will have to wait and see when the film will release. It remains to be seen how WWE will book Bray Wyatt in the coming weeks, as we are slightly over a month away from WrestleMania 39. Fans are certainly excited for his plans as well.
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