Nick Jonas has dropped out of his latest movie project, ‘The Blacksmith.’
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The actor-singer, who was originally set to star in the film, has dropped out due to scheduling issues.
AGC CEO Stuart Ford announced the news, saying:
“Nick, as you can imagine, has a lot of other commitments, with his acting and his music. Under normal circumstances, he could fly in and out, go to do things over the weekend, and come back to set Monday. But in a COVID environment, that doesn’t work. He’d have to stay in the same place for three months. With a star like Nick Jonas, it became borderline impossible to make the schedule work.”
He goes on to say that AGC and Jonas have “parted ways, amicably.”
The film is directed by ‘Taken’ director Pierre Morel, and has been described as A John Wick-style high-concept actioner. It is based on the graphic novel from Kickstart Comics by Malik Evans and Richard Sparkman.
Jonas is gearing up to release his fourth studio album, ‘Spaceman’ on March 12 and has been preceded by the title track (stream it here).