“The Lost City of D” Trailer Reveals the Sandra Bullock & Channing Tatum Adventure You’ve Been Waiting For
If you had Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum as your stars of a fun adventure flick, you’d be set, right? Of course you would. Bullock and Tatum star in The Lost City of D, which follows the adventure of romance novelist Loretta Sage (Bullock) and her cover model (Tatum) who get entangled in an actual exotic adventure in the jungle. With these two stars, would you need any more big names? You would not, as these two have charisma to spare, but you do need a villain, and on that front, The Lost City of D has the delightful Daniel Radcliffe as the rich, sinister Fairfax. So as you watch the first trailer for The Lost City of D, you’ll see how it hums along nicely, with Bullock’s romance novelist at one point trying to convince Tatum’s cover model that he’s not actually the hero of her books that he pretends to be. But when Radcliffe’s Fairfax lures Loretta on the pursuit for the real Lost City of D, the subject of Loretta’s last book, she will find that her cover model is made of more than just brawn.
Once on her real-life adventure, Loretta’s fortunes change, and it turns out Fairfax is a bad guy. A very bad guy. In swoops Tatum’s model, now acting like a real-life hero, and thus kickstarting the comedy-adventure. All this plays swimmingly in the trailer, and that’s when a fourth familiar face pops up—Brad Pitt—playing an actual hero there to save Loretta, too. That’s quite a cast.
The Lost City of D comes from directors Aaron and Adam Nee, from an original script they wrote with Oren Uziel and Dana Fox. It looks like a fun way to ease into 2022.
The Lost City of D hits theaters on March 25, 2022. Check out the trailer below.
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Featured image: L-r: Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum in The Lost City of D. Courtesy Paramount Pictures.