‘The Lost City,’ a new action-adventure movie starring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, has gotten great reviews from reviewers and audiences alike, particularly for Bullock and Tatum’s chemistry. Not only that, but according to sources, the average budget picture did well at the box office, which is great news for the directors and actors, notably Paramount Pictures. However, aside from the box office, the film’s success is also determined by its budget. ‘The Lost City is a similar case.
Is The Lost City Hit Or Flop?
According to sources, ‘The Lost City’ met expectations, but it isn’t enough to make a successful picture, especially when the budget is $70 million or more before P&A. If we extrapolate from the current box office and project lifetime collecting, ‘The Lost City’ may gross $200 million. Overall, the box office judgment for ‘The Lost City is a Below-Hit picture, according to news portals, is based on the film’s current box office performance.
‘The Lost City has a 6.2/10* IMDb rating based on 45k votes, and it has a 79/100 percent Rotten Tomatoes rating based on 242 reviews.
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‘The Lost City
Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe, and Brad Pitt feature in “The Lost City” 2022, directed by the Nee Brothers and written by Oren Uziel, Dana Fox, and Seth Gordon (Cameo role). ‘The Lost City’ is produced by Fortis Films, 3dot Productions, and Exhibit A, with Paramount Pictures handling distribution.