Film Critic On John Cena "Daddy's Home" Cameo, WWE - Facebook Stats, New Videos From Xavier Woods

- Above and below are two new videos from Xavier Woods' "UpUpDownDown" YouTube gaming channel. In the video above, Woods thanks fans for their continued support of the channel and announces that he will be posting random Director's Cut videos over the next two weeks. The video below features Woods playing Street Fighter 4.

- Broadcasting & Cable has an article on new social media data from Shareablee, which lists the top US brands on Facebook from January 2015 through November 30th, 2015. FOX News ranked #1 with 205.7 million Facebook actions and WWE was #2 with 202.7 million Facebook actions. The top 5 was finished by Men's Humor with 195.1 million, MTV with 146.2 million and Fox Deportes with 143.9 million Facebook actions.

- Variety has a very negative review of the new Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg comedy "Daddy's Home." As noted, the movie features a John Cena cameo at the end. Variety film critic Geoff Berkshire wrote the following and mentioned Cena's appearance:

"It might qualify as edgy if it wasn't all so tedious and trite. Ferrell and Wahlberg could play these broadly conceived characters in their sleep, which actually appears to be the case for long stretches of screen time here, and never duplicate the chemistry they demonstrated in "The Other Guys." Cardellini is thoroughly wasted in a role that's pure plot device. It's not until John Cena shows up, in a clever cameo cannily playing off a memorable scene in "Trainwreck," that true inspiration strikes. Appropriately enough, that happens right before the closing credits."

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