GHOSTED (2023): New Trailer From Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Amy Sedaris, Adrien Brody…

Ghosted (2023), Chris Evans, Apple TV+
Ghosted (2023), Chris Evans, Apple TV+

Something rather fun-looking has just arrived and it’s not what you initially think it is; so be sure to stick with the Ghosted trailer through to the very end

Directed by Dexter Fletcher; action/adventure/romance Ghosted stars Ana de Armas, Chris Evans, Adrien Brody and Amy Sedaris in an exciting spy story partly set in London, England.

I’d been patiently waiting for a movie trailer that got me excited to express it audibly in a way that interrupts others a few feet away from me. This fun pairing of Evans and de Armas; the fact that Ghosted is an action/comedy with the kind of sense of humour I appreciate, plus a story that’s more surprising than expected has me feeling grateful.

All that’s left for me to do now is hope that the actual movie has me smiling as much, if not more than this delightful trailer. And so continues my strong lean towards movies with stories that make me happy rather than the opposite.

Are you also looking forward to Ghosted? What types of movies are you leaning towards these days? Or perhaps you generally don’t mind as long as it’s good, which is a great place to be.

Tate Donovan, Tim Blake Nelson, Mustafa Shakir, Marwan Kenzari, Lizze Broadway, Fahim Fazli, Mike Moh, Marisol Correa and Gina Jun also star.

Ghosted Release Dates: April 2023…

Happy Film Loving


21 thoughts on “GHOSTED (2023): New Trailer From Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Amy Sedaris, Adrien Brody…”

      1. I recently finish For All Mankind, See, Severance, Blackbird, Foundation, WeCrashed and Mythic Quest. All warmly recommend.

  1. Oh yeah! That looks really good. Those two make a good match. Watching the trailer, I kind of got that feeling I got when I watched the trailer for Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock in that movie last year.

      1. I think Blade Runner 2049 is the first movie I saw de Armas in. I only vaguely remember her as the purple girl because I was far too preoccupied with appreciating the way Gosling’s character moved in that grey coat! 😁

  2. I’m happy to see Ana De Armas become such a force out there. I was mesmerized by her in Blade Runner 2049, both BR films being my therapy watches. I’ve pulled for Ana since, and loved she crushed it in Knives Out. Good to see her and Chris working together again.

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