Ghosting is a prevalent issue in today’s digital dating world. However, in the film “Ghosted,” Chris Evans portrays Cole, who refuses to accept being ignored. Instead, he travels to London to track down Sadie (Ana de Armas), a woman he’s had only one date with, after she stops responding to his messages. As the official trailer released on March 6 suggests, the outcome of this “romantic gesture” becomes unexpectedly outrageous and perilous.
“Ghosted” isn’t the first onscreen collaboration between de Armas and Evans. They previously starred together in Netflix’s 2022 thriller “The Gray Man” and Rian Johnson’s 2019 mystery “Knives Out.” Evans has expressed his enthusiasm for working with de Armas, stating in a 2022 Collider interview that she is his first choice for movie co-stars.
“Deadpool” screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick teamed up with Chris McKenna to write the “Ghosted” script, with Dexter Fletcher directing the film.
In addition to her upcoming movie, it’s been an eventful year for de Armas, who has been nominated for Best Actress at the 2023 Oscars for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in “Blonde.” “Ghosted” appears to be de Armas’s first foray into romantic comedy, although it still contains the action and drama she’s recognized for. Meanwhile, Evans lent his voice to Buzz Lightyear in 2022’s “Lightyear” and was named People’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2022.