Chris Evans Takes a Behind-the-Scenes Image in 'Ghosted'

Chris Evans Takes a Behind-the-Scenes Image in 'Ghosted' ...

According to a cheeky Instagram post from the film''s star, Chris Evans, the film is getting underway.

Yesterday, Evans posted the photo-sharing app. A photo of Evans and his co-star Ana de Armas in a van in front of a blue background, with the film''s director, Dexter Fletcher in the back seat. It appears to be a fun activity, but it certainly proves to be successful for the next film.

Evans included the following caption: "Thats a picture wrap on Ghosted! Thank you so much to the entire cast and crew for all of your work. It was an absolute pleasure working with you every day...And a special thank you to [Dexter Fletcher] and [Ana de Armas] I would make a hundred movies with you two if I could! "Thank you for all of the laughter!"

Ghosted is being developed for Apple TV+ as a result of the growing catalog of original content on the streaming app. This year''s Academy Awards sparked new ground with the Apple TV+ film CODA, which won the Best Picture Award, and a push forward in making Apple TV+ a major player in the overcrowded streaming world.

This is not Evans'' first time working on an Apple TV+ exclusive. Evans previously worked on the 2020 Apple TV+ miniseries Defending Jacob. Scarlett Johansson was originally attached to star alongside Evans in the project, but she later dropped out due to scheduling problems. Ana de Armas stepped in after Johansson made an appearance. This isn''t the first time Evans and Evans have been in discussions about the project. It will be interesting to see what they bring to this next project.

Adrien Brody and Amy Sedaris will be featured in the film in February of this year, and it took place in both Atlanta, Georgia, and the Washington, D.C. area. Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese''s screenplay is stunning. The film is also being produced by Skydance Media.

Ghosted hasn''t received a release date.

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