Dexter Fletcher reveals Chris Evans and Ana de Armas-starrer ‘Ghosted’ will release this April pic.twitter.com/vV5Jg59zVt— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) January 16, 2023
“Ghosted” marks de Armas and Evans’ third collaboration, having previously worked together in the films “Knives Out” and “The Gray Man”. The film’s director, Dexter Fletcher, shared some updates while walking the red carpet of The Critics Choice Awards. “Production is well-wrapped. I’m just putting the finishing touches to it now. It’ll be ready for April. I mean, I don’t know if I’m even allowed to say that, but I’ve said it,” said Fletcher to Deadline.
The plot of “Ghosted” has been kept under wraps, but, back when the film was in the pre-production stage it was described as an old-school romance adventure. Before Ana de Armas was attached to the film, Scarlett Johansson, another one of Evans’ frequent collaborators, was supposed to play her role.
Today, the Academy Awards announced their roster of nominees. Ana de Armas was nominated for lead actress for her work in “Blonde”. She’s nominated alongside Cate Blanchett, Michelle Yeoh, Michelle Williams, and Andrea Riseborough. De Armas is the first Cuban to be nominated as a lead actor, and the only Latino performer to be nominated in the acting categories this year. She’s joined by Guillermo Del Toro, director of “Pinocchio”, nominated for best animated film, and Santiago Mitre, for the film “Argentina 1985”, which was nominated for best international film.