Many professional wrestlers have left their jobs over the years to pursue acting careers, but few have achieved mainstream success. Dave Bautista, a six-time former world champion, is one who made the transition successfully, though it wasn’t an easy or quick process. In an interview about his acting endeavors, Bautista admitted that his early years away from the WWE were difficult.
Despite having financial difficulties, Bautista claimed he spent years taking a chance by being picky and choosy about the roles he accepted. He explained the reason he was so picky was because “Stone Cold” Steve Austin had warned him: You’re going to get offers for terrible scripts. As a result, his house was foreclosed upon, and he started selling his cars. The cash will be alluring. Avoid falling victim to that trap. Bautista claimed that by delaying playing some roles, he lost everything.
He said, “I had to start from scratch.” Eventually, the former wrestler got the call telling him that he had been chosen to play Drax the Destroyer in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” series. Bautista admitted that she had to stop because she was crying so much. I immediately circled back and entered my home, where my wife and I were both standing there in shock, to break the news to her that I had been offered the part.
Dave Batista Bautista announces that the spice must flow, the moustache must go
Glossu Rabban in the ongoing “Dune” series was one of Bautista’s other enduring roles. The Netflix premiere of Bautista’s most recent movie, “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” took place last week. The spice will begin to flow once more. Former WWE Champion Dave Batista Bautista announced on Instagram that the spice must flow, the moustache must go, along with photographs of his freshly shaved face and a video of the shaving. Denis Villenueve’s Dune: Part Two, the remake to the 2021 Best Picture nominee, will be directed by Bautista.
Bautista will return as Glossu Rabban Harkonen, the roguish Baron Harkonen’s nephew. The movie’s filming began began in July in Budapest, Hungary. The desert world of Arrakis isn’t Bautista’s only stop in space as the third instalment of the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise enters post-production. In the hit franchise, Bautista plays Drax The Destroyer, and he was lately spotted filming material for the Guardians of the Galaxy ride at Disney’s EPCOT theme park.