This Spring, a new action-packed romantic comedy will be hitting theaters. The Lost City will include many A-list stars, from Channing Tatum, Sandra Bulluck, Daniel Radcliff, and even a guest appearance from Brad Pitt. Here's everything we know so far about the upcoming film.
Paramount Pictures described the movie with, "Brilliant, but reclusive author Loretta Sage (Sandra Bullock) has spent her career writing about exotic places in her popular romance-adventure novels featuring handsome cover model Alan (Channing Tatum), who has dedicated his life to embodying the hero character, “Dash.” When Sage is kidnapped during her book tour by an "eccentric billionaire" played by Daniel Radcliffe, Alan attempts to rescue the author in hope of proving that he can be a true hero, even outside of the novels. The three embark on an exciting adventure as Sage's books come to real life.
From a crazy journey trying to find the "ancient lost city’s treasure from her (Sage) latest story," to thrilling unpredictable scenes, The Lost City is sure to keep audiences on the edge of their seats. But that's not all, the movie will also make viewers crack up from all the hilarious awkward scenes, while also making you feel like you're watching a classic 2000s rom-com. Honestly, sounds like a perfect movie to us. And while it may already sound action-packed, the directors, Aaron and Adam Lee wanted to include a cameo from none other than Hollywood heartthrob, Brad Pitt. Bullock spoke about the experience of having him on set, "He just came in, and he tore it up. He’s really funny." And that was proven to be true during the trailer because the funniest part was a scene between the Miss Congeniality star - Sandra Bullock with Tatum and Pitt. We can't wait to see what else this star-studded cast has in store for us.
Ever since releasing the funny trailer in December 2021, fans have been excited to watch the comedy. Due to this excitement, the release date was moved up from April to March 25th, 2022. The Lost City will be available to watch in theaters only. Although we're gonna assume it will also be available on Paramount+ streaming service shortly after.