Although no new release date has been announced, Universal Studios has said the film is still in active development.
Despite the delay, the movie is still on track to be made, but "the studio delayed the film rather than rushing it out to make the June 28 deadline", according to Variety. The movie will be action heavy, while still aiming for a PG-13 rating.
Additionally, while MacLaren is still firmly attached to direct Cowboy Ninja Viking, the film probably won't be her feature film directorial debut. She recently directed HBO's The Deuce pilot episode.
Wrath of the Titans screenwriter Dan Mazeau, along with Non-Stop writer Ryan Engle wrote the latest draft of the script. Eric Pearson (Thor: Ragnarok), Craig Mazin, and Deadpool writers Paul Wernick & Everett David Reese wrote previous drafts.
Entertainment 360 - the production arm of Management 360 - Mark Gordon via eOne, Michael De Luca for Michael De Luca Productions, and Pratt will produce.
On the heels of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3 plunging into chaos following the firing of writer/director James Gunn, there's more bad news for Chris Pratt. Yes, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has turned a huge profit for Universal, but the sequel will still come in about $400 million below the first film, and let's not forget that Pratt's expensive sci-fi movie Passengers, which paired him with a strong box office draw in Jennifer Lawrence, barely turned a profit. "That time some other reasons were given to us".