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'Terminal List' prequel starring Chris Pratt in the works at Prime Video

Chris Pratt attends the premiere of the motion picture thriller "The Terminal List" at the DGA Theatre in Los Angeles in 2022. The actor is now working on a prequel to the series. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Chris Pratt attends the premiere of the motion picture thriller "The Terminal List" at the DGA Theatre in Los Angeles in 2022. The actor is now working on a prequel to the series. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI

Jan. 19 (UPI) -- Chris Pratt and Taylor Kitsch are set to star in a Terminal List prequel subtitled Dark Wolf for Prime Video.

Pratt and Kitsch will once again play Ben Edwards and James Reece, the characters they originated in the 2022 series adaptation of author Jack Carr's best-selling contemporary, military-themed mystery novel, The Terminal List.

Production is slated to begin early this year, the streaming service said Thursday.

No additional cast has been announced yet.

The original book and series focuses on Reece, whose entire platoon of Navy SEALs is ambushed and killed in a high-stakes covert mission in Syria.

Taylor Kitsch attends the premiere of "Only the Brave" at the Regency Village Theatre in the Westwood section of Los Angeles in 2017. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Taylor Kitsch attends the premiere of "Only the Brave" at the Regency Village Theatre in the Westwood section of Los Angeles in 2017. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI

Shortly after Reece returns home with blinding headaches and muddled memories, his wife and young daughter are murdered.

With seemingly nothing more to lose, Reece tries to figure out what powerful people in the U.S. government and influential private industries want him and those closest to him dead -- and why. He then exacts revenge against them one by one with the help of Edwards, his former teammate, now a CIA operative.

Chris Pratt, the voice of Mario, attends the premiere of "The Super Mario Bros. Movie" at Regal L.A. Live in Los Angeles on April 1. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Chris Pratt, the voice of Mario, attends the premiere of "The Super Mario Bros. Movie" at Regal L.A. Live in Los Angeles on April 1. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI