Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock's new movie confirms release date

Louise McCreesh
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Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images
Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

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The release date for Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock's new movie has been confirmed.

As previously revealed, the actors will star together in The Lost City of D, with Bullock also on board as a producer and Tatum joining the cast at a later date in a role once rumoured to reunite Bullock with her The Proposal co-star Ryan Reynolds.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Lost City of D will be released by Paramount on April 15, 2022 — with the movie currently eying up a cinema release.

Fingers crossed!

Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images
Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Related: The Proposal's Sandra Bullock joins action-comedy The Lost City of D

The Lost City of D follows a successful romance novelist (Bullock) who discovers the supposedly fictional city depicted in her book is real when she is kidnapped by a treasure hunter.

Alongside the actor who portrays her novel's protagonist on the book's cover (Tatum), the duo are then "swept into a cut-throat jungle adventure that proves stranger than fiction."

The romance adventure film will be directed by Adam and Aaron Nee, with a script from Dana Fox.

Further casting has yet to be revealed.

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Photo credit: Mike Marsland / WireImage - Getty Images

Related: Sandra Bullock joins Kissing Booth's Joey King, Brad Pitt and Lady Gaga in new movie

Bullock recently joined Brad Pitt's star-studded Bullet Train.

In November, it was announced Tatum will reunite with 21 Jump Street directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller on a new monster movie for Universal's Dark Universe revival.

The Lost City of D will hit cinemas on April 15, 2022.

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