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Anthony Mackie and Priyanka Chopra Jonas are teaming up for an action thriller

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Seems like the new year has become quite lucky for Priyanka Chopra Jonas as she has got numerous projects back-to-back in her kitty, as well as few days back the couple, Priyanka and Nick have welcomed their first child together via surrogacy. The duo hasn’t unveiled the baby’s picture yet, but Priyanka took to her Instagram and shared the news with us and wholeheartedly asked for privacy for the time being.

The actress has got projects in both Hollywood, as well as in Bollywood too such as ‘Citadel’, ‘Text For You’ and ‘Jee Le Zaraa’. Her last film ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ released last year and her role as Sati has garnered huge acclaim worldwide.

Now, it’s been reported that Priyanka is gearing up for another project, an action thriller along with Anthony Mackie. This is the first collaboration between the stars. Anthony Mackie is famous for his role as superhero Falcon in Marvel Studios’ ‘Captain America’ since 2011. According to Deadline website, helmed by Kevin Sullivan, the action thriller ‘Ending Things’ story is kind of similar with James Cameron’s cult classic ‘True Lies’ (1994).

The story of ‘Ending Things’ revolves around a hit-woman, who wants to leave the assassin business and tells her business partner that she’s ending their personal relationship as well. But she comes to realize that she doesn’t want to end that part of their bond. In order to survive the break up and their last job together. Now, they must join forces for one last night out.

On the other hand, apart from the action thriller, Anthony Mackie will be seen in ‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ series next as Captain America and also will be seen in ‘Captain America’s fourth part, reprising his role as Falcon. He is also going to make his directorial debut with ‘Spark’.

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