The Lost City of Z: Charlie Hunnam’s, Robert Pattinson’s Performances to Reignite Dwindling Careers?
The Lost City of Z is an exploration epic that stars Twilight star Robert Pattison and Pacific Rim star Charlie Hunnam discovering a tribe and civilization in the Amazon jungle. This upcoming movie recently screened on Oct. 15, as the closing night selection of the 54th annual New York Film Festival. The movie appears to be promising and might reignite the dwindling careers of Robert Pattinson and Charlie Hunnam.
British actor Charlie Hunnam plays the role of a British explorer Percy Fawcett who ventured to find an ancient lost city in the jungle of Amazon. But he disappeared in 1925 along with his son in the search in the thick and dense jungle. On the other hand, Kristen Stewart’s ex-love flame, Robert Pattinson, plays Fawcett’s exploration partner Henry Costin. Along with them are actress Sienna Miller who plays wife Nina Fawcett and actor Tom Holland as another explorer and son of Fawcett.
Meanwhile, the movie’s initial trailer promises great adventure and expedition coming up. Robert Pattinson with a long beard makes a striking appearance. Charlie Hunnam is also seen in the trailer making an attractive dialogue delivery and performing with full compassion. Actress Sienna Miller might play a side role as a loyal wife of character Fawcett. Future Spiderman aka Tom Holland will act as his angry son who is unhappy with his father for leaving his family behind in order to continue his exploration.
Talking about the acting performance, according to US Weekly, in the movie, The Lost City of Z, Charlie Hunnam has seamlessly performed the complicated roles like this one. Moreover, he compels as a rugged adventurer in the rich drama The Lost City of Z.
When the movie opens next year (scheduled for release in 2017), it will be a tough sell to the masses. Nonetheless, these three strapping British actors (Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, and Tom Holland) are a force to be reckoned with.
The Lost City of Z is written and directed by James Gray, based on the 2009 book of the same name by David Grann.
Watch the trailer below:
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