Chris Pratt’s ‘Cowboy Ninja Viking’ yanked from release schedule, delayed indefinitely

Sergio Cunningham
August 8, 2018

Reports suggest that she has signed a film opposite Chris Pratt titled "Cowboy Ninja Viking". According to Hollywood entertainment portal, the producers of Cowboy Ninja Viking have removed the film from the release calendar.

While the film is now delayed indefinitely, according to Collider it's said to still be very much in active development. And it may no longer be positioned as a summer tentpole. The program then transforms Duncan into an assassin/super-soldier, who utilizes the skills from his three personas - a cowboy, a ninja, and a viking. The movie will be action heavy, while still aiming for a PG-13 rating.

According to Variety, star Pratt and director Michelle MacLaren are still on board the film, which will reportedly be given a new release date.

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The Image Comics graphic novel is by AJ Lieberman and illustrator Riley Rossmo. She recently directed HBO's The Deuce pilot episode. The movie has gone through several drafts, including an original draft from 'Deadpool" writers Rhett Rheese and Paul Wernick, with the most recent draft by "Rampage" scribe Ryan Engle and "Wrath Of The Titans' writer Dan Mazeau - so it's clear that they're content not to rush it simply to make a release date. Guymon Casady, Ben Forkner and Mark Gordon are producing this unique take on the comic book genre. MacLaren and Pratt will still remain attached to the project, with Chopra staying on if the scheduling ultimately works out. The movie is being looked at as a potential franchise in this time of prequels and sequels. This was before he was the [Cowboy Ninja Viking] we know.

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