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Suicide Squad star joins Marvel’s Chris Pratt in the new TV series

MarvelChris Pratt is with a star of The suicide group in his upcoming TV project, The terminal list.

Variety reports it Jai Courtney has been cast in the Amazon series, which is based on the Jack Carr novel of the same name.

The show sees the Pratt star as James Reece, a Navy SEAL returning home after his entire platoon was ambushed during a secret mission with high stakes.

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But new evidence soon emerges as Reece discovers that dark forces are working against him, endangering not only his life but also the lives of those he loves.

Courtney plays Steve Horn in what is described as a recurring guest starring role. Horn is a billionaire kingpin who heads Capstone Industries, a global fund involved in everything from drugs to fashion.

But Horn earns most of his money by leveraging the latest military trends and innovations, and his power and influence means he will find himself in Reece’s crosshairs.

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Meanwhile, earlier this month, Prat’s latest film Tomorrow War landed on Amazon Prime Video and a sequel is already underway.

The actor told earlier Digital spy he was attracted to the project specifically because it is not based on established IP as his work with Marvel or Jurassic World.

He explained: “To step in and do something that is completely original, simply based on an amazing script from the imagination of a wonderful screenwriter – I was really grateful to be in a position where I could, you know, participate in the study. and say, ‘Hey, are you willing to write a check for this great movie? Without any guarantee that people will see it?’ “

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