The Lost City, an adventure comedy with no pretensions other than to entertain audiences, is finally available to watch at home, thanks to performances by Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, as well as a cast that includes famous names in Hollywood.
The Lost City grossed $31 million after its theatrical premiere and has nearly $100 million in the United States, demonstrating that people required a physical and crazy comedy, yes, merely to laugh at nonsense.
The film has received mixed to positive reviews, with critics praising Bullock and Tatum’s chemistry and script, such as the “78% Certified Fresh” rating from Rotten Tomatoes.
What is the cast of The Lost City?
In addition to the always blockbuster Bullock and Tatum, The Lost City boasts a cast that includes Daniel Radcliffe, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Oscar Nunez, Patti Harison, Bowen Yang and, if that’s not enough, there’s a cameo by Brad Pitt.
When is The Lost City released on streaming?
The film has hit streaming platforms as of this May 10.
Where to watch The Lost City on streaming?
Paramount+ is the platform where you can watch The Lost City in streaming, a service that has two subscription plans. The first costs $5 per month and includes ad-supported access to the service’s streaming library, as well as live NFL games on CBS. The Paramount+ Premium plan costs $10 per month and, in addition to being ad-free, provides full access to your local CBS station.
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Even the seven-day free trial for new members is another option for watching The Lost City, as the movie is included in this trial version.
Where to watch The Lost City if I don’t have Paramount+?
For people who don’t have or want to sign up for Paramount+ service, the film can be viewed on Amazon Prime Video, Vudu and Apple TV in up to 4K UHD quality for $20. In addition, starting July 26 The Lost City is coming to 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD.