Priyanka Chopra on Friday shared the trailer for the Netflix film We Can Be Heroes. In the children’s superhero film, the actor will be essaying the role of the antagonist. We Can Be Heroes has been directed by Robert Rodriguez.
Taking to Instagram, the actor shared the trailer of the film, along with the caption, “Power comes in all sizes, and it arrives on Christmas Day! These amazing kids have a secret weapon – Teamwork. It brought different energy on set and is the life of this film.”
She added, “So while you wait for Santa, it’s time to sit back and let these incredible kids show you how to be a HERO! Are you in?”
The film will be released globally by Netflix on December 25.
The 2:43-minute trailer shared on Chopra’s Instagram profile has already garnered over 15 lakh views and counting.
The synopsis of the film states that when alien invaders kidnap Earth’s superheroes, their kids are whisked away to a government safe house.
However, Missy Moreno, played by Yaya Gosselin, will not stop until she rescues her superhero dad Marcus Moreno (Pedro Pascal).
Missy subsequently teams up with the other super-kids to escape their mysterious government babysitter, played by Priyanka Chopra and figure out how, by working together with the use of their individual powers, they can save their parents.
The film also stars Christian Slater, Akira Akbar, Andrew Diaz, Andy Walken, Boyd Holbrook, Hala Finley, Isaiah Russell-Bailey, Lotus Blossom, Lyon Daniels, Nathan Blair, Sung Kang, Vivien Lyra Blair, Adriana Barraza and Christopher McDonald.
According to a report in Hindustan Times, Chopra is currently shooting for her new project in London and recently completed shooting for Matrix 4 in Germany. The actor is also slated to star and produce a biopic of Osho’s controversial aide, Maa Anand Sheela, along with husband Nick Jonas and produce a reality series based on Sangeet ceremony that takes place before a wedding. The actor is also gearing up to star in a romantic comedy co-written by Mindy Kaling.
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