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Sandra Bullock's new movie, "The Lost City," is the perfect combination of action and comedy and will leave you on your toes and cackling the whole time. There's a shirtless Channing Tatum, a hilarious storyline, and Daniel Radcliffe and Brad Pitt — what more could you ask for? The movie hit theaters on March 25, and since then, many have been wondering when it will be available to stream. Here's all you need to know about when and where to stream "The Lost City."
What Is "The Lost City" About?
Loretta Sage (Bullock) is a popular romance author. She often uses a hunky model named Alan (Tatum) as the cover man for her books, and when the two go on tour for her latest novel, "The Lost City," Loretta is kidnapped and held hostage by a greedy businessman, Fairfax (Radcliffe), who believes he can use her knowledge of lost cities to help him find a secret island treasure. Wanting to be seen as more than a cover model, Alan swoops in to save Loretta from Fairfax's clutches and find the lost treasure.
Will "The Lost City" Be Available to Stream?
"The Lost City" will officially begin streaming on Paramount+ on Tuesday, May 10, in the United States and Canada, and will be available for free on the service. It will be available to stream later in the year in Australia, the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Italy.
In February 2021, Paramount Pictures shifted its method of delaying movie releases to streamers for several months to a shorter, more modernized approach. The company announced that theatrical releases would be available to stream on its platform, Paramount+, between 30 to 45 days after its theatrical release. Paramount's delayed streaming release strategy for "The Lost City" will follow in the footsteps of other Paramount films, such as "Jackass Forever," which was released to theaters Feb. 4 and hit the streamer on March 22.
Watch the trailer for "The Lost City" below.