Vince McMahon Reportedly Killed His ‘Pandemonium’ Biopic

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If you were looking forward to the Vince McMahon biopic that was in development back in 2017, we’re afraid we have some bad news.

John Requa and Glenn Ficarra recently spoke to Vanessa Armstrong of /Film to discuss their upcoming streaming series Rabbit Hole, but during the interview, the subject of Vince McMahon’s biopic Pandemonium was brought up.

It was quickly pointed out by Ficarra that “Pandemonium is dead, sadly.” And John Requa wasn’t shy about placing blame and stated that “Vince killed it.”

Requa then proceeded to dive into the situation even further, explaining how difficult it is to work on something with Mr. McMahon.

“We have never in our career had the studio, we had an actor, everybody was just like, ‘Let’s make this movie,’ and Vince said, ‘We’re not making it,'” John Requa said. “So, yeah, we are on a very long list of people who got f***ed over by Vince.”

The Pandemonium movie project was in development for a number of years, and at one point, there were reports that Bradley Cooper had been approached to play the role of Vince McMahon. Obviously, we’ll never find out what something like this would have looked like.

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