Priyanka Chopra's film with Chris Pratt 'Cowboy Ninja Viking' shoot postponed?

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His next film, comicbook adaptation Cowboy Ninja Viking has now been pulled from the release schedule and placed on indefinite hold. According to various sources, Priyanka is likely to essay Chris's love interest in the film.

Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on Cowboy Ninja Viking as we learn it. Moreover, the speculations of PC walking out of Bharat' for this Hollywood project have been quite rife.

Cowboy Ninja Viking tells the story of Duncan, a man who suffers from multiple personality disorder before he's made into a "triplet" after participating in a top-secret government program that creates deadly super soldiers.

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While the film is now delayed indefinitely, according to Collider it's said to still be very much in active development.

Craig Mazin wrote an earlier draft of the screenplay with an original draft by Paul Wernick and Everett David Reese. Universal said it will be re-dated at a later time to accommodate production scheduling. As for Chopra, her future with the film remains unclear. Guymon Casady, Ben Forkner and Mark Gordon are attached to produce. Yes, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has turned a huge profit for Universal, but the sequel will still come in about $400 million below the first film, and let's not forget that Pratt's expensive sci-fi movie Passengers, which paired him with a strong box office draw in Jennifer Lawrence, barely turned a profit.

The film had cast Pratt as Duncan, an assassin able to channel the fighting skills of a cowboy, ninja and Viking after a bout of shadowy government psychiatric conditioning. But turns out that will have to wait because the movie has been delayed indefinitely. This news comes from Universal Pictures.

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