Channing Tatum is in final negotiations to join Sandra Bullock in the upcoming romantic adventure The Lost City Of D
Channing Tatum is keeping his future work schedule packed.
The 40-year-old is reportedly in final negotiations to star along Sandra Bullock in the upcoming romantic adventure film The Lost City Of D, according to Variety.
The feature will also be co-produced by Bullock under her Fortis Films banner.
Joining the project: Channing Tatum was in final talks to star alongside Sandra Bullock in The Lost City Of D; he is seen at the Hail, Caesar! premiere in 2016
Adam and Aaron Nee, who directed the 2015 crime comedy Band Of Robbers, are set to helm the upcoming project..
The film follows a romance novelist who gets put on a book tour with her cover model. During their trip, the two experience a kidnapping attempt that lands them in the middle of the jungle, where they have to rely on each other to survive.
The feature is based off of an idea by Horrible Bosses director Seth Gordon that was adapted into a script with input from Dana Fox and Oren Uziel.
Gordon is also set to co-produce the film through his Exhibit A Films production company.
Double role: Bullock is also set to produce the upcoming romantic adventure film through her Fortis Films banner; she is pictured in 2018
Bullock’s first foray into producing came with the 1998 drama film Hope Floats, which she also starred in alongside Harry Connick Jr; the feature was directed by Forest Whitaker.
The 56-year-old actress has gone on to produce a number of other films over the course of her career, including the 2000 comedy Miss Congeniality and its 2005 sequel.
In 2002, she served as an executive producer on the highly successful ABC sitcom George Lopez.
The show ran for six seasons and was nominated for numerous critical accolades during its period of airing.
Not the first time: The actress has produced multiple films and television productions over the course of her career; she is seen at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards in January
Staying active: Tatum has been busy filming his upcoming feature Dog, which he also co-directed along with Reid Carolin; he is pictured in January
Tatum recently wrapped production on his upcoming comedy film Dog, which he stars in.
The actor also serves as a co-director and co-producer along with his filmmaking partner Reid Carolin.
Dog will follow Army Ranger Briggs, played by Tatum, and his canine companion as they embark on a frantic road trip down the West Coast in order to attend a funeral.
While Dog will mark the actor’s directorial debut, he has served as a producer on many of his other films, including 21 Jump Street, Magic Mike, and White House Down.
Making moves: In addition to starring in and directing Dog, the actor is also a co-producer on the project; he is seen in 2019