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“I LOVE this idea and concept”: Chris Evans and Ana de Armas Amaze Audiences in the First Trailer for Upcoming Romantic Spy-Thriller ‘Ghosted’

“I LOVE this idea and concept”: Chris Evans and Ana de Armas Amaze Audiences in the First Trailer for Upcoming Romantic Spy-Thriller ‘Ghosted’

Chris Evans is leaving his Captain America days as he embarks on a new adventure with Ana de Armas in the upcoming spy thriller film, Ghosted. Apple TV+ just recently dropped the first trailer on Monday and fans are loving the concept behind it.

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Chris Evans and Ana de Armas in Ghosted

The trailer’s premise showed Cole (Evans) feeling ghosted after one date with Sadie (de Armas), who refuses to respond to his messages. He decides then to fly to London and surprise Sadie only to find out the truth about her work: she is a secret agent. The story follows them on an international adventure to save the world from destruction.

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Chris Evans And Ana de Armas’ Ghosted Trailer Goes From Romance To Action

The trailer for Ghosted promises jam-packed action scenes as well as romantic gestures. In the preview, Chris Evans’ Cole said, “You got me kidnapped and tortured, all after one date,” to which Ana de Armas’ Sadie responds, “You’re the one who flew to London!” Check out the trailer below:

As per Collider, early reports about the movie made comparisons to the 1980s film Romancing the Stone, which follows a romance writer who travels to the wild jungles of Colombia, far from her New York City flat, in hopes of saving her sister who was abducted. The protagonist eventually meets and falls in love with an adventurer.

Ghosted is directed by Dexter Fletcher, who helmed the award-winning biopic Rocketman. Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who wrote Zombieland and Deadpool, provided the script.

Other casts featured in the movie include Adrien Brody, Amy Sedaris, Tim Blake Nelson, Tate Donovan, Lizzie Broadway, Mustafa Shakir, Marwan Kenzari, Mike Moh, Fahim Fazli, Marisol Correa, Victoria Kelleher, Gina Jun, Sasha Go, Bailey MB, Scott Vogel, and Daniel Eghan.

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Ana de Armas and Chris Evans

Ana de Armas joins the project after she received an Oscar nomination for her portrayal in Blonde. Her other notable works include Blade Runner 2049 and No Time to Die. She will also appear in the upcoming John Wick spin-off, Ballerina.

Chris Evans is popularly known for his role as Steve Rogers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His other works include Gifted, The Nanny Diaries, and Before We Go. Both he and de Armas starred in the Netflix series Knives Out and The Gray Man.

As per a report from AS, Scarlett Johansson was originally cast as Sadie, but the Black Widow star had to drop the project due to scheduling conflicts. According to IMDb, the actress has five upcoming movies. Hence, Ana de Armas landed the role.

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Fans Express High Anticipation For Romance-Thriller Ghosted Film

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Image from Ghosted trailer

Viewers are taken aback by the first trailer for Apple TV’s Ghosted. Once again, Evans and de Armas team up for an action-packed adventure that will take the viewers on an international ride. Check out their tweets below:

Filming for Ghosted started in mid-February last year in Atlanta, Georgia, while some scenes were shot on location in Washington, DC. The production wrapped up in May 2022 and is expected to arrive on Apple TV+ this April 21.

Source: Collider, AS

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Written by Ariane Cruz

I write feature articles for FandomWire, mostly focusing on Marvel, DC, Star Wars, Netflix, HBO, and Hollywood news.