Sandra Bullock & Channing Tatum Try to Survive the Jungle in Funny New Trailer for ‘The Lost City’

Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum are starring in a new adventure comedy film that comes out in March of 2022. And we're pretty excited.

But if two of Hollywood's biggest stars coming together isn't enough to grab your interest, then this clip certainly will.

Paramount Pictures just unveiled the official trailer for the pair's upcoming action flick, The Lost City. Bullock and Tatum give an introduction at the beginning of the video. “Behind these doors is a giant surprise,” Bullock says while standing in front of a pair of large doors. “Huge,” Tatum adds.

“For the past year, Channing and I have been working on a little project,” Bullock continues. “And when these doors open, you will be getting the very first look ever at The Lost City,” Tatum says. Then, in unison, the pair jokingly agrees, “These doors are really just a metaphor for an adventure.”

Followed by their intro, the trailer gives a glimpse at all the action and comedy that takes place in The Lost City. In the film, Bullock plays Loretta Sage, a romance novelist who crafts a hit book that features Alan (Tatum) as the cover model. However, when Sage gets kidnapped by a man named Fairfax (Daniel Radcliffe), who wants her to uncover an actual lost city, things suddenly get very complicated and Alan must come to her rescue.

While the movie is already stacked with stars, the end of the video reveals that there is another major star involved as well: Brad Pitt.

Pitt (with long hair and cat-like reflexes) comically comes racing to Bullock's rescue, which draws the jealousy of her other attempted savior, Tatum.

Along with these four stars, The Lost City also features major names like Da'Vine Joy Randolph (Office Christmas Party), Patti Harrison (Shrill) and Oscar Nunez (The Office).

We're totally ready for this one.

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Joel Calfee

Associate Editor, News and Entertainment

Joel is the Associate Editor for News & Entertainment and has been reporting on all things pop culture for over 5 years. Before working at PureWow, he served as a Features...
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