‘The Lost City’ First Look Teases Brad Pitt’s Cameo Alongside Sandra Bullock And Channing Tatum

It’s about to get wild for Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, as they romance the stone in these first looks at The Lost City. Formerly-titled The Lost City of D, the romantic-adventure also stars Daniel Radcliffe and, apparently, includes a cameo by Brad Pitt, whose role is teased in these new images.

Bullock plays romance novelist Loretta Sage, with Tatum as her book cover model, as they get wrapped up in a kidnapping plot that takes them to the jungles, through waterfalls, and away from huge explosions. Radcliffe plays an eccentric billionaire involved with the abduction scheme.

Bullock explained to EW, “That’s what’s so much fun about it, you can take old setups and easily make them new. And the fun thing about the male-female narrative is that now we can turn it on its ear because it’s no longer, ‘This is the woman’s role. This is the man’s role.’ You can mess with all of that and create a whole new dynamic. And that’s sort of what we did.

In one image, Bullock and Tatum are seen fleeing in an explosion with Pitt helping to push a wheelbarrow with Bullock in it, all dressed up to the purple hilt.

Also in the cast are Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Oscar Nuñez, Patti Harrison, and Bowen Yang. Seth Gordon (Horrible Bosses) came up with the story, with the Nee Brothers (Band of Robbers) directing.

The Lost City opens in theaters on March 25th 2022.

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