Daniel Radcliffe is taking on a rare villain role and has joined the cast of “The Lost City of D,” the adventure comedy and romance starring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum and Paramount.
Adam and Aaron Nee are directing “The Lost City of D,” which is the story of a reclusive romance novelist (Bullock) who gets stuck on tour with her bumbling cover model (Tatum), only for them to get caught up in a kidnapping attempt that sweeps them into the cutthroat jungle in an adventure and romance much like one of her paperback fictions.
No specific details were provided about Radcliffe’s character.
Patti Harrison and Da’Vine Joy Randolph also star in the film. Adam and Aaron Nee are directing as well as working with Dana Fox on the production draft of the script.
Bullock is producing through her Fortis Films banner, with Liza Chasin and her company, 3dot Productions, and Seth Gordon is also attached to produce via Exhibit A.
Daniel Radcliffe since his “Harry Potter” days has most recently starred on the TBS series “Miracle Workers” and also was recently seen in the films “Escape From Pretoria” and “Guns Akimbo.” Some of his other post-Potter credits have included “Beast of Burden,” “Victor Frankenstein,” “Now You See Me 2” and “Swiss Army Man,” an indie dark comedy where he played a farting corpse.
Radcliffe is represented by ARG and Felker Toczek Suddleson Abramson.
Deadline first reported the news.