The Lost City (2022) – How It Ended and What Could Come Next

A summary of how The Lost City (2022) ended and whether a prequel or sequel is possible.

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A summary of how The Lost City (2022) ended and whether a prequel or sequel is possible.


Director(s) Aaron Nee, Adam Nee
Screenplay By Oren Uziel, Dana Fox, Adam Nee, Aaron
Date Released 3/25/2022
Noted Cast
Loretta Sandra Bullock
Beth Da’Vine Joy Randolph
Abigail Fairfax Daniel Radcliffe
Alan Channing Tatum
John Trainor Brad Pitt

How Did It End?

Loretta, Alan, and Abigail find the Crown of Fire in the end. However, the crown isn’t an actual crown, like you’d expect most monarchs to have. It is just seashells, and with that, Abigail is pissed, and to hide his embarrassment, he sets up Loretta and Alan to die as the volcano seemingly preps to explode. Thankfully, a local forced into working for Abigail, for it was too lucrative to pass up, leaves Alan and Loretta a crowbar to escape. With that, they do, and thankfully Beth has already arrived with a boat.

Now, on this boat is also Abigail, who got abandoned by the local, and upon seeing Loretta and Alan, he tries to escape so they can’t snitch on him, but they’re on a boat, in the middle of nowhere, so he doesn’t get far before getting captured. This leaves us watching Loretta release a new book based on her and Alan’s adventure, and it seems with those two now became a thing. Which gives her ample inspiration for her next series of adventure romance novels.

Is There Sequel/ Prequel Potential

It’s likely. John Trainor, who was shot in the head, apparently only lost 10% of his brain, and his argument is he is just using a different 10% now. But, he doesn’t seem to appreciate being left behind, so there is the chance that he could become a villain. If not, a sequel focused on Loretta trying to find Atlantis or another notable location that could be used to build up her next novel.


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