Recording for the extremely prepared for upcoming romantic funny Ghosted has actually covered, according to a saucy Instagram post from the movies star, Chris Evans.

Evans published the statement to the photo-sharing app the other day. The post shows an image of Evans and his co-star Ana de Armas in a van in front of a blue background, with the movies director, Dexter Fletcher, in the rear seat. The image shows the 3 together, chuckling hysterically at, well, perhaps a plot point in the movie? An on-set trick? Who understands, however it sure looks enjoyable, and definitely bodes well for the upcoming movie.

Together with the image, Evans consisted of the following caption, “[t]hat’s a picture wrap on Ghosted! Thank you so much to the entire cast and crew for all your hard work. It was an absolute joy working with you every day…And a special thank you to [Dexter Fletcher] and [Ana de Armas] I’d make a hundred movies with you two if I could! Thanks for all the laughter!”


Ghosted is being produced for Apple television+ as a part of the streaming apps growing brochure of initial material. The streaming app broke brand-new ground at this years Academy Awards with the Apple television+ movie CODA taking house the Best Photo award, a very first for the streaming app, and a push forward in making Apple television+ a significant gamer in the overcrowded streaming market.

This is not Evans very first time dealing with an Apple television+ special. Evans formerly dealt with the 2020 Apple television+ miniseries Safeguarding Jacob. Scarlett Johansson was initially connected to star together with Evans in the job, though she later on left due to scheduling disputes. Ana de Armas actioned in after Johansson left the job. This isnt the very first time de Armas and Evans are collaborating. The 2 likewise co-starred in Rian Johnsons 2019 movie Knives Out, where they both played off one another extremely well. It will be interesting to see what they give this brand-new job.

The movie is likewise set to star Adrien Brody and Amy Sedaris. Recording for the job started in February of this year and occurred in both Atlanta, Georgia, and the Washington, D.C. location. The movie script for the movie was composed by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese. The movie is produced by Skydance Media.

No release date has actually yet been set for Ghosted.