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Brad Pitt lands another cameo role, this time in Sandra Bullock rom-com Lost City of D

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The upcoming romantic action-adventure comedy Lost City of D has added Brad Pitt in a cameo role, according to a new report from Collider. The Paramount production stars Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, with Daniel Radcliffe set to play a villain.  

The Lost City of D will center on a romance novelist who is a bit anti-social. She ends up stuck on a book tour with her cover model, and life goes even further off the rails when a kidnapping attempt takes them on a jungle adventure, turning her life into an experience that not even she could dream of in her romance novels. 

Pitt's cameo will be somewhat of a reunion with Bullock. She's set to make an appearance in his action movie Bullet Train, which just wrapped production with director David Leitch. Pitt’s role in Lost City of D is currently being kept under wraps.

Pitt is fast made a habit of making cameos in movies, having previously appeared in brief roles in Deadpool 2, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, and Happy Feet Two.

Directors Adam and Aaron Nee are both behind the camera for Lost City of D with a script from Dana Fox. The writer is no stranger to romantic comedies. She also penned the scripts for The Wedding Date and What Happens in Vegas. 

Filming for the Lost City of D is expected to start sometime this summer in the Dominican Republic. There is currently no set release date. 

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Stephanie is a comic book historian and pop culture critic for publications including SYFYFANGRRLS, Marvel, The A.V. Club, Nerdist, Den of Geek, and Rotten Tomatoes. Stephanie is also a comic creator with three ongoing webcomics, Parenthood Activate!, But What If Though?, and Living Heroes. She made her Marvel debut with a short story featuring Monica Rambeau in Marvel’s Voices: Legacy. She recently made her DC Comics debut in Wonder Woman Black and Gold #2 and is co-writing the Nubia and the Amazons miniseries.