Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum’s recently released action-adventure drama ‘The Lost City’ has received positive reviews from the audience and critics, especially for the chemistry between Bullock and Tatum. Not only this, according to reports, the average budget film also performed well at the box office, and this is particularly good for filmmakers and cast, especially Paramount Pictures. But the important thing is the success of the film is based on budget also, apart from box office. Similarly is with ‘The Lost City’.
Is The Lost City Hit Or Flop?
According to reports, the American action-adventure comedy-drama ‘The Lost City’ released in 4200 North American theaters on March 25, 2022, collected $11.55 million on its opening day and $30.45 million on its opening weekend at the domestic box office (USA & Canada). Overall so far, ‘The Lost City’ has collected $105.34 million at the domestic box office (USA & Canada) and $190.84 million at the worldwide box office, including a $85.50 million overseas collection. While the budget for ‘The Lost City’ is $74 million.
According to reports, ‘The Lost City’ performed up to expectations, but it’s not enough to become a successful film, and when the budget for the film is $70 million-plus excluding P&A costs. If we look at the so-far box office and predict lifetime collections, then ‘The Lost City’ can collect $200 million lifetimes, which is not bad for the film. Overall, talking about the box office verdict, the News portals declared ‘The Lost City’ as an Below-Hit film at the box office basis of so far box office of the film.
Talking about the critical response, then ‘The Lost City’ has received a 6.1/10* IMDb rating based on 110k votes, and on Rotten Tomatoes, it is scored 79/100% based on 263 reviews.
‘The Lost City’
‘The Lost City’ 2022 is directed by the Nee Brothers, written by Oren Uziel, Dana Fox, and Seth Gordon, and stars Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe, and Brad Pitt (Cameo role). ‘The Lost City’ is produced under the banners of Fortis Films, 3dot Productions, and Exhibit A and distributed by Paramount Pictures.