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Sandra Bullock has 'major Miss Congeniality energy' in first trailer for 'The Lost City'

·Senior Writer, Yahoo Entertainment
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  • Sandra Bullock
  • Channing Tatum
    Channing Tatum
    American actor

Believe it or not, it's been over a decade since Sandra Bullock's last romantic comedy — 2009's All About Steve — and just as long since her last good rom-com, The Proposal, also from 2009. But in 2022 the Oscar-winning Miss Congeniality star is returning to the genre in a big way, with The Lost City. The just-released first trailer for the film makes it clear that Bullock and the film's male co-stars — Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe and Brad Pitt — are prepared to bring the funny. (Watch the trailer above.)

Directed by Adam and Aaron Nee, the film stars Bullock as successful romance-adventure author Loretta Sage, who unexpectedly goes on her own adventure after she's kidnapped by an oddball billionaire (Radcliffe). Enter Alan (Tatum), the Fabio-like model who adorns the cover of her books in character as the dashing hero, Dash. Convinced that he is every bit the hero that Dash is, Alan sets off to rescue Loretta … only to need rescuing himself. Funnily enough, Tatum was a late addition to The Lost City, replacing Bullock's Proposal co-star (and former off-screen boyfriend) Ryan Reynolds as Alan before production began.

Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock star in Paramount's upcoming romantic comedy, The Lost City (Photo: Paramount Pictures/YouTube)
Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock star in Paramount's upcoming romantic comedy, The Lost City. (Photo: Paramount Pictures/YouTube)

Clearly inspired by Robert Zemeckis's 1984 favorite, Romancing the Stone, The Lost City also features inspired cameos by comedian Nicole Byer as Loretta's agent and Brad Pitt as an actual adventurer who seems like the real-life Dash. As far as Twitter is concerned, though, the main attraction here is seeing Bullock still rocking the rom-com look after so many years away. 

The Lost City premieres Mar. 25 in theaters

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