Is The Lost City On Netflix

Is The Lost City On Netflix

Updated on November 11, 2022 16:25 PM by Michael Davis

It's all about Sandra Bullock these days. The Oscar winner has released a new thriller on Netflix (The Unforgivable). She has another great action movie in the works with The Lost City. With Channing Tatum and Daniel Radcliffe by her side, Bullock has many things to offer in her The Lost City, a comedy that is one of her best works of 2022. We know everyone is curious about when this anticipated film will be released to online streamers after a year of simultaneous theatrical and streaming releases, and we can predict when.

The Lost City sees Brock thrust into the real world with her book's charming cover model (Tatum) as a reclusive romance novelist. The pair are kidnapped and thrown into a murderous jungle survival adventure where evil forces (both human and creature) pour out in all directions.

In addition to the main trio, the star-studded film also features Brad Pitt, Daveen Joy Randolph, Patti Harrison, and Oscar Nunez. Here are the details you need to know about The Lost City's streaming release date.

What Is The Lost City Release Date

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The Lost City will hit theatres on March 25, 2022. But is it one of those co-streaming movies like The Matrix Resurrections or Halloween Kills? If so, where is The Lost City streaming?

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Will The Lost City Premiere On Netflix Or HBO Max

No. The Lost City isn't a Warner Bros. movie, so it won't be on HBO Max in March (or any time soon). It's also not a Netflix original.

Where Is The Lost City Streamed? How To Watch The Lost City Online

Paramount releases the Lost City. That means it will most likely be released on Paramount+. For the most part, movies hit VOD before going straight to Paramount+. So, if you want to watch the movie at home, you must first pay for the rental.

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When Will The Lost City Be Released

The Lost City was scheduled to be released in early spring, around May 9, 2022. In 2022, that date is subject to change as the theatre outlook opens. Stay tuned for the release date of The Lost City Streaming.

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Is There A Trailer For The Lost City

Yes, it's hot from the press! Scroll up to see the new trailer for The Lost City.

Where to Watch The Lost City

Paramount has announced that The Lost City will be streaming free to Paramount + subscribers in cinemas starting Tuesday, May 10, 2022. The Lost City opens in US theatres on March 25, 2022.

After the movie hits theatres, The Lost City will stream on Paramount+, Paramount's streaming service. Paramount+ offers a premium plan for $9.99/month or an ad-supported plan for $5.99/month.

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Is The Lost City Coming To HBO Max

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The Lost City is a Paramount film, not a Warner Bros. film. It's a movie and won't stream on HBO Max when released in theatres. HBO Max will stop streaming movies in 2022. Last year, WarnerMedia chose to release theatrical films via streaming simultaneously. That means HBO Max subscribers can watch The Matrix Resurrection at home. Warner Bros. theatrical releases will run in theatres for 45 days this year before moving to HBO Max.

Is The Lost City on Netflix

No. The Lost City is not on Netflix. Heading to Paramount+, it may not be on Netflix any time soon. When will The Lost City stream online? When will The Lost City be on Paramount Plus? It announced that it would be streamed for free. The film is available at home the same day on digital, 4K Ultra HD, or Blu-ray and includes over 50 minutes of bonus content.

The Lost City will hit Paramount+ in 30 to 45 days. Last year, Paramount announced that it would move to Paramount+ after all titles were in theatres for 30 days, but major titles would remain in theatres for 45 days. So we should see The Lost City on Paramount+ in early to mid-May 2022.

Paramount+, formerly known as CBS All Access, is a rebranded streaming service of ViacomCBS and includes CBS All Access, CBS, Showtime, BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures, Pluto TV, and others. 

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