The movie, titled Ghosted, tells the story of Cole who falls head over heels for Sadie. However, after suspecting that he's being ghosted, he soon realises that his love-interest is in fact a secret agent. Together they embark on an adventure to save the world, all before their second date.
Given the lead actors, who also starred together in fan-favorite movie Knives Out, it's perhaps unsurprising that Ghosted has caught the attention of many. But viewers seem to all share one intriguing theory about how Chris and Ana filmed their scenes.
Taking to social media, plenty of fans are convinced that one scene which sees Cole and Sadie race up a flight of steps was not filmed with both actors present, but instead used clever camera tricks and a body double.
One person tweeted: "I'm watching #Ghosted and the meet-cute at the beginning of the movie is the most ADHD editing I've witnessed in a minute. I can bet a pretty penny that neither Chris nor Ana were on set at the same time for that scene."
A second echoed this, writing: "Why is this shot like they were physically incapable of being in the same frame together?" A third also asked: "Why does it look like they green-screened everything in including the actors? Were they even at the same soundstage when they green screened this?"
A fourth added jokingly: "I think they should release a quiz as a part of the promotional material where viewers have to guess if Chris Evans and Ana de Armas are acting opposite each other or with a double in any given scene. Winner gets a MacBook or something."
Meanwhile, fans have been giving their verdict on the film as a whole and there has been a mixed response. One viewer was impressed and tweeted: "The film is simply incredible! I don't have the words. Chris Evans and Ana de Armas played so well and they go so well together, if you haven't seen him yet, go for it!!"
Another, however, was less enamoured by the movie. "I don't want to be a person who writes bad reviews and leaves it at that…BUT… @AppleTV #Ghosted is SO BAD. I don’t understand how someone in their right mind approved this script, greenlighted these scenes/financing/production without raising an eyebrow/asking questions."
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