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All the superhero buffs know that Damon Lindelof has been adapting critically-acclaimed graphic novel 'Watchmen' for the small screen at HBO for some time now.
But the information regarding exactly who will be starring and when the show will eventually debut is still kept under wraps.
But, it looks like we might have found who'll be portraying one of the key members of the team.
WWE Superstar John Cena is a household name across the world, and now it seems he's got his eyes on an exciting new prospect.
Taking to his Instagram account, Cena posted not one, but two different graphics relating to 'Watchmen'.
In the first image, she shared the iconic 'Watchmen' logo, with a blood stain on it, while in the second picture he posted the snap of fan-favourite character Dr. Manhattan.
This has led many to believe that he could be joining Lindelof's series in the leading role.
News of Lindelof's adaptation of 'Watchmen' for HBO first broke in June.
Among his other works, Lindelof is responsible for 'Lost' and 'The Leftovers', both of which which he co-created.
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