To commemorate the digital release of the Nee brothers’ recent smash romcom, The Lost City, Screen Rant has the distinction of providing an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip. The daring Paramount romcom will be available on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD on July 26 with almost 50 minutes of new content for fans who want to possess it physically.
The Lost City was an unexpected hit for Paramount, albeit not surprising given Sandra Bullock’s (The Unforgivable) and Channing Tatum’s (the Magic Mike flicks) chemistry and star power, and it debuted as the year’s third highest-grossing film.EXCLUSIVE CLIP) Daniel Radcliffe, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Brad Pitt, and Oscar Nuez are among the other fan-favorite cast members, who joined together to produce an iconic ensemble as enjoyable as Bullock’s other off-the-wall wacky romcom, The Proposal.
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The Lost City follows novelist Loretta Sage (Bullock) when she is abducted by an eccentric billionaire named Abigail Fairfax (Radcliffe), who seeks to coerce her into helping him locate a legendary lost city from her new work, in the manner of classic adventure romances such as Romancing The Stone. Alan (Tatum), Loretta’s cover model, makes it his mission to save her and show her that love and adventure can still exist after all she’s been through.
SPFX supervisor Eric Frazier takes viewers back to the moment where Loretta is tied up in Fairfax’s vehicle in an exclusive clip supplied to Screen Rant by Paramount. Channing Tatum’s motorcycle was tied to a process trailer, allowing him to securely follow the truck while appearing to drive alone, according to the featurette. Stunt Coordinator Kyle Woods and director Adam Nee discuss how the combat sequence atop the truck was planned out, as well as the difficulties encountered in performing real stunts while hanging off the side of a tank through the jungle. You may see the video below:
Those who buy the digital copy now or the 4K, Blu-ray, or DVD copy in July will be able to see The Lost City along with some great bonus features. Aside from “Jungle Rescue,” which contains the segment shown above, fans may enjoy deleted sequences, bloopers, and behind-the-scenes moments that highlight Bullock and Tatum’s connection. There are also a number of featurettes that cover everything from filming in the Dominican Republic to creating Loretta’s purple sequin dress.
While watching The Lost City at home, spectators can also see Sonic The Hedgehog 2, Paramount’s current theatrical release, on the big screen.