Anthony Mackie & Priyanka Chopra Jonas To Star In Kevin Sullivan’s ‘Ending Things’
Fresh off a critically acclaimed performance in Marvel’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Anthony Mackie continues to build his already impressive résumé. Now, the action star is teaming up with a world-renowned actress for a new movie. As first reported by Deadline, Anthony Mackie will co-star with Priyanka Chopra Jonas in a new action flick.
The film is the brainchild of Kevin Sullivan (Anne of Green Gables), who will write and direct the feature. Additionally, Anthony Mackie will serve as an executive producer on the project via his Make It With Gravy production banner. Davis Entertainment, Lit Entertainment, and Inspire Entertainment will collaborate to finance and distribute the picture, titled Ending Things.
Per the initial report, the action movie will borrow inspiration from the classic film True Lies. The plot follows a hit-woman (Jonas) who wants out of the killing business. However, after she reveals her truth to her partner, their personal relationship ends as well, much to the angst of the hit-woman. In order to salvage what they had, they commit to one last job together.
Anthony Mackie will next reprise his MCU role in the fourth Captain America movie for Marvel Studios. Additionally, the actor will star in a live-action Twisted Metal series. Moreover, Moreover, the actor will star alongside David Harbour in a new family adventure titled We Have A Ghost. His ever-growing slate of upcoming projects also includes Desert Warrior alongside Sir Ben Kingsley. Meanwhile, Priyanka Chopra Jonas recently starred in Ramin Bahrani’s critically acclaimed The White Tiger. Up next, The Matrix Resurrectionswill next lead the romantic drama Text for You opposite Sam Heughan and Celine Dion.
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