Priyanka Chopra Jonas as a superhero?
More like Hell Yes!
The multi-talented actress and public figure, Priyanka Chopra Jonas have recently declared that she will be starring in a new Netflix project, ‘We can be heroes.’ She will be playing a superhero and is quite excited about the role. The ‘Quantico‘ actress also said that ‘I just want superpowers, man! I don’t care what character it is!’
The Netflix number is a superhero movie aimed at kids. The plot as reported by ‘Hollywood Reporter,’ revolves around a group of kids who have to step up and save their parents after alien invaders have kidnaped the superheroes of the world. More exciting news includes that this movie will be written, produced and directed by none other than Robert Rodriguez.
Robert Rodriguez is known for directing, ‘Alita: The Battle Angel’ and being the mastermind behind the ‘Spy Kids‘ franchise. His work as quoted by ‘Rotten Tomatoes is ‘some of the most innovative, creative and visually inventive action films’ since the ’90s.
The ‘Isn’t it romantic’ actress furthermore might also be joining the MCU as a Pakistani superhero. Joe Russo, one of the directors of ‘Avengers: Endgame‘ voiced out how much he would love working with Chopra Jonas and is in potential discussion with her about a role. He did not comment on what role she might be playing. But fans speculate that she might be seen playing Kamala Khan, the sixteen-year-old Pakistani-American called ‘Ms. Marvel’. It would be a refreshing sight to see Priyanka join the MCU family.
In the recent past though the actress had been headlining due to the content of one of her twitter posts. The post mentioned her support towards the Indian armed forces and their nuclear threat to Pakistan. This soon led to a Pakistani minister filing a complaint to goodwill. The complaint issued included a call to action to strip her of her title of UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
But, on a much lighter note, Chopra Jonas’s will soon be seen on the big screen in the Bollywood movie, ‘The Sky is Pink.’ The film is based on the book, My Little Epiphanies by Aisha Chaudhary. Be sure to catch it in theatres in October.