Universal Pictures will no longer work on Madonna's upcoming biopic. The filmmakers behind the movie have decided to cancel the project as the music icon prepares for a world tour, "Madonna: The Celebration Tour."

The biopic has been in preparation for years, making it highly anticipated. However, it looks like it will no longer see the light of day.

The 64-year-old is now reportedly too busy preparing for her big return to the stage. Hence, her biopic has been scrapped at Universal Pictures and is no longer in preproduction.

The New York Post reported Julia Garner is set to portray the music legend's life, beating the likes of Florence Pugh, Alexa Demie, Odessa Young, and Bebe Rexha, who vied for the role. There are also rumors that Julia Fox may play the role of Debi Mazar, Madonna's best friend.

Madge is supposed to direct the on-screen memorialization of the hitmaker's career, highlighting how she successfully climbed the ladder of success. Alternatively, Madonna herself wrote an "exhaustive script" for the film, saying she wanted to create an "extraordinary" movie.

Meanwhile, Madonna has officially announced her upcoming world tour dates in a viral clip, giving the nod to her 1990 movie "Truth or Dare." The video features a number of stars, like Judd Apatow, Jack Black, Lil Wayne, Diplo, Bob the Drag Queen, Kate Berlant, Larry Owens, Meg Stalter, Eric Andre, and Amy Schumer, who dares her to go on tour and perform her four-decade mega hits.

Of course, the singer-songwriter rises up to the challenge, and her world tour is about to begin on July 15. It will highlight her "unmatched catalog of music" from her 40-plus years in the business. It will also honor the city of New York, where she began her career.

The tour will be produced by Live Nation and will visit 35 cities around the world. It will begin in North America at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC, with stops in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Miami, and Los Angeles.

They will then bring it to Europe, visiting 11 cities throughout the fall, like London, Barcelona, Paris, and Stockholm. It will officially wrap in Amsterdam on December 1.

"Madonna: The Celebration Tour" will also feature the special participation of Bob the Drag Queen, a.k.a. Caldwell Tidicue, on all tour dates. In the announcement, Madonna revealed she's now excited to explore as "many songs as possible" to give fans the show they have long waited for.