Haven't seen anything myself as far as the "raw" footage (if anyone has access, feel free to PM me a link, I can't deny curiosity as much as that may make me a bad person). Not a super-scandal just because its not like this involves a McMahon or Cena or a more prominent diva, but man, you gotta believe the whole WWE roster and staff have been put on notice about filming themselves doing anything sexual/alcohol/drug-related.
New Day may be a huge money-maker, but I wouldn't be surprised to see Xavier off TV a week or two, which may be unfair to some but almost needs to be done to set an example that there are consequences for stupidity. Is Maddox even in the company anymore?
The "crime" here isn't having a threesome. The crime is the stupidity of filming it and not deleting it instantly in an age when even D-list celebrities like Paige, Xavier Woods, and Brad Maddox can be targeted (though, to be sure, its Paige who was targeted - very few people tuned into RAW to see Brad Maddox do anything, even less are curious about seeing his junk, I'm guessing).
As for the Paige movie...I'm a big fan of Stephen Merchant and though I haven't seen all his work, I loved The Office, Hello Ladies, and the second season of Extras (more than the first, which I thought lacked some of the big laughs I was expecting). He's hilarious whenever he's on a talk show or podcast and you pair that with The Rock (who can be great) and set it in the world of independent wrestling and I'm psyched. The idea of it being about Paige and her family is actually a negative to me, but here's hoping they've used their story as just a launching point and not as a blueprint they're sticking to.