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Watch John Cena in This Hilarious ‘Playing With Fire’ Blooper Reel

The family comedy is on digital download next week and it's pretty funny.

Starring John Cena, Keegan-Michael Key, and John Leguizamo take on a new role as SmokeJumper Firefighters in the new movie Playing With Fire. During an emergency call, these men rescue three young kids from a burning cabin, and from there, the night takes an exciting direction. The movie follows their hilarious and interesting adventures in babysitting while they try to locate the kid’s parents, and they quickly realize how hard parenting kids can be. The movie is available on digital download Tuesday, January 21, 2020, and we’ve got an exclusive first look clip of some behind-the-scenes bloopers.

The blooper reel has giggles for everyone with Cena channeling his inner Darth Vader, Key having too much fun boating down the toy aisle of a department store. Try and keep a straight face when Key is losing his mind during one of the scenes and Cena can’t keep a straight face if he tried. Oh, Cena tries, but the wailing cries of Key make it impossible and it ends is a laugh-fest for all.

The family comedy, Playing With Fire, is set to release on digital on January 21, 2020. This means you can purchase the movie through iTunes, Amazon, or Google Play, and schedule a popcorn movie night wit the kids. The digital release comes with additional bloopers, deleted scenes, and a look at the real story behind The SmokeJumpers.

Playing With Fire will be also available On Demand, Blu-ray, and DVD on February 4th from Paramount Home Entertainment.

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