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Paramount's new film The Lost City of D stars Sandra Bullock and is directed by brothers, Adam and Aaron Nee. It is rumored that Bullock may be re-teaming with Ryan Reynolds, who she was last seen starring in The Proposal with.


Possible Bullock and Reynolds Reunion

Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock

The Proposal

Bullock and Reynolds are famously known for their romantic comedy The Propsal (2009), where they co-stared as complete opposite co-workers who fake an engagement and end up falling for one another. This team is an iconic duo and we would love to see them reunite on the big screen.

The Lost City of D is in its earliest stages, with the first draft of the screenplay being completed by Oren Uziel and the most recent draft completed by Dana Fox. The idea and treatment was conjured up by Seth Gordon, who will also be producing.

This film will follow the life of a romance author who learns that one of the fictional places she writes about is actually real. Bullock and the lead character of her book will team up along a dangerous journey to find the unknown city.

Director Adam Nee Confirms New Film

Directors Adam and Aaron Nee

The Nee brothers are known for Band of Robbers (2015) and The Last Romantic (2006). Bullock's most recent work includes Bird Box and Ocean's 8, which premiered in 2018.

There is no official trailer or release date for the film at the moment.

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