It's been reported by Collider that "Cowboy Ninja Viking" - which was set to be Michelle MacLaren's feature-length directorial debut - has been put on hold indefinitely and removed from Universal's release schedule. However, with recent developments, the film that was scheduled to release on June 28, 2019, has reportedly been postponed and won't be hitting the screens next summer. Pratt's character would have the skills of a cowboy, a ninja and a viking whilst others included Amish, Demo Expert, and Army Captain. She recently directed HBO's The Deuce pilot episode. A film version of the graphic novel has been in the works since at least 2010, with the project being passed from Marc Forster (World War Z) to David Leitch (John Wick) to MacLaren, who was working from a script originally drafted by Deadpool's Paul Wernick and Everett David Reese. Guymon Casady, Ben Forkner and Mark Gordon are attached to produce.
Chris Pratt isn't having much luck lately. Together they wrote in Gunn's defense, though the likelihood of Disney going back on its decision remains low. 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. Earlier, it was believed that she has opted herself out of Bharat, owing to her wedding but soon, her Hollywood project with Chris Pratt got an official confirmation.
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Cowboy Ninja Viking may still get underway before the end of the year, but it's unlikely that we'll the movie anytime next year. The actor will next be seen in Vincent D'Onofrio's western The Kid, and he also returns for The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part. This news comes from Universal Pictures.