Channing Tatum shared the first look at The Lost City of D, a romantic comedy also starring Sandra Bullock, Brad Pitt, and Daniel Radcliffe.
A set photo from The Lost City of D reveals a first look at Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock’s new movie. The project was described as “an old-fashioned star vehicle” for its two leads when it was announced late last year. Though Bullock has been rather quiet since Ocean’s Eight and Bird Box in 2018, and Tatum hasn’t been the true star of a blockbuster since 2017’s Logan Lucky, The Lost City of D looks to put the pair back on the map.
From Paramount Pictures and Bullock’s production company Fortis Films, the upcoming romantic comedy has put together an impressive supporting cast around its two stars. Brad Pitt will have a role, along with Daniel Radcliffe as the film’s main antagonist. However, Pitt is only expected to appear for a brief cameo to return a favor to Bullock who appeared in his film Bullet Train. The Lost City of D also stars The Office’s Oscar Nuñez, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, and comedian Patti Harrison. Yesterday, Tatum shared a scandalous behind-the-scenes selfie from The Lost City of D, and now the first official look at the film is here.
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The film recently began shooting in the Dominican Republic and now the dynamic duo can be seen striking a pose in a jungle river. The photo was posted to Tatum’s Instagram account with the seemingly sarcastic caption, “This is no fun…no fun at all!” Check out the first official look at The Lost City of D below:
Due to Bullock and Tatum’s star power, The Lost City of D is shaping up to be one of the most highly-anticipated rom-coms currently in production. The film is directed by the Nee Brothers, Adam and Aaron, who are known for their indie hits like The Last Romantic and Band of Robbers, but are now getting into larger budget productions with The Lost City of D and a live-action adaptation of Masters of the Universe to follow.
The Lost City of D appears to fall firmly into the realm of action-adventure/romantic comedy, a genre that has not been visited much since Romancing the Stone in 1984, which The Lost City of D is already drawing comparisons to due to their striking similarities in plot. Both feature a female romance novelist, a male counterpart, a kidnapping, and an adventure through the jungle. The Lost City of D sounds just like the kind of easy-going escapist comedy that seems to have been in short supply recently.
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- The Lost City Of D (2022)Release date: Apr 15, 2022
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