Sandra Bullock confesses she might break her ‘No Sequel’ rule for ‘Lost City 2’


Sandra Bullock will soon be seen in an all-star ensemble cast, crazy action comedy, ‘The Lost City’. The actress who won an Academy Award for ‘Blind Side’ is also well known for starring in movies like ‘Miss Congeniality’, ‘The Proposal’ and ‘Gravity’.

Along with Sandra Bullock, ‘The Lost City’ also features Daniel Radcliffe, Channing Tatum, Raymond Lee, Oscar Nunez and Patti Harrison.

The film’s first teaser promised the viewers a lot of laughs and action. Daniel Radcliffe is playing the negative lead in the movie, while Channing Tatum is portraying the role of a clumsy cover model. The trailer also shows Brad Pitt, who likely has a cameo role in the film.

Watch the trailer here:

While talking about the movie, which is yet to be released, Bullock admitted that though ‘The Lost City’ has not released yet, she might consider breaking her ‘no sequel’ rule to make ‘Lost City 2’, a sequel to her latest film. Bullock also added that with so many years of experience she feels more in control and comfortable about fighting for what she wants in the films she works on.

As quoted to Screenrant, Sandra said, “I had a ‘no sequel’ rule when I didn’t have the benefit of fighting for what I really wanted. I feel like, in my old age, I’m learning to fight for the things that I think would be best on screen — and I don’t care who comes away from the meeting angry.”

For those wondering why she made ‘Miss Congeniality 2’, if she had a no-sequel rule, it has to be specified that Sandra went public with this rule around 10 years ago. She made the announcement following the massive success of ‘In the Heat’, a movie she worked on alongside Melissa McCarthy.

It, of course, remains to be seen if ‘The Lost City’ will be a success but Sandra Bullock is clearly optimistic given that she is already considering a possible sequel. ‘The Lost City’ will release in cinemas on March 25, later this month.


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