Better together: Sandra Bullock and Daniel Radcliffe were seen at the premiere of The Lost City, which was held at the SXSW Film Festival at the Paramount Theater in Austin on Saturday

Sandra Bullock and Daniel Radcliffe attend the premiere of The Lost City during SXSW in Austin

Sandra Bullock and Daniel Radcliffe were seen at the premiere of The Lost City, which was held during SXSW Film Festival at the Paramount Theater in Austin on Saturday.

The 57-year-old actress and her costar, 32, appeared to be enjoying each other’s company as they posed for several photos on the event’s red carpet.

The upcoming movie also stars performers such as Channing Tatum and Brad Pitt and it is scheduled to be released later this month.

Better together: Sandra Bullock and Daniel Radcliffe were seen at the premiere of The Lost City, which was held at the SXSW Film Festival at the Paramount Theater in Austin on Saturday

Bullock wore an eye-catching bright orange jacket on top of a near-matching top that exposed slight portions of her toned tummy during the event.

The Blind Side star also rocked an equally vibrant set of pants and a pair of high-heeled shoes.

The actress’ lovely brunette locks cascaded onto her shoulders and contrasted perfectly with the bright tones of her clothing.

Radcliffe opted for a burgundy jacket and matching pants, as well as a stark white t-shirt.

Standing out: Bullock wore an eye-catching bright orange jacket on top of a near-matching top that exposed slight portions of her toned tummy during the event

Standing out: Bullock wore an eye-catching bright orange jacket on top of a near-matching top that exposed slight portions of her toned tummy during the event

Color coordination: The Blind Side star also rocked an equally vibrant set of pants and a pair of high-heeled shoes

On the red carpet: Radcliffe opted for a burgundy jacket and matching pants, as well as a stark white t-shirt

Color coordination: The Blind Side star also rocked an equally vibrant set of pants and a pair of high-heeled shoes. Radcliffe opted for a burgundy jacket and matching pants, as well as a stark white t-shirt

Development on the project was first announced in October of 2020, when it was revealed that Bullock was attached to the movie.

In addition to serving as its female lead, the performer acts as one of the film’s producers.

The romantic comedy feature was originally entitled The Lost City of D, although its name was later shortened.

Heading to work: Development on the project was first announced in October of 2020, when it was revealed that Bullock was attached to the movie

Heading to work: Development on the project was first announced in October of 2020, when it was revealed that Bullock was attached to the movie

During a Q&A following the premiere, Bullock joked that Pitt was was her ‘eighth choice’ to play a rugged former NAVY Seal that helps Tatum rescue her character.

‘He and I both have the same hairdresser. She told him to do my movie and she told me to do his movie. I am not joking, that’s how it happened,’ she revealed.

Another surprising revelation the Oscar winner made was telling the crowd she will be focusing on raising her family and will ‘probably’ wait to do another film until her kids Louis, 11, and Laila, 8, are ‘teenagers, solidly 16- or 17 -year-olds’

Dual role: In addition to serving as its female lead, the performer acts as one of the film's producers

Dual role: In addition to serving as its female lead, the performer acts as one of the film’s producers

Making changes: The romantic comedy feature was originally entitled The Lost City of D, although its name was later shortened

Making changes: The romantic comedy feature was originally entitled The Lost City of D, although its name was later shortened

The feature is centered on romance novelist Loretta Sage, played by Bullock, who embarks on a book tour with cover model Alan Caprison, played by Tatum.

When the writer is kidnapped by billionaire Fairfax, portrayed by Radcliffe, Caprison takes it upon himself to rescue her despite his lack of survival skills.

In addition to the feature’s leads, the movie’s cast includes performers such as Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Bowen Yang and Oscar Nunez.

Storyline: The feature is centered on romance novelist Loretta Sage, played by Bullock, who embarks on a book tour with cover model Alan Caprison, played by Tatum

Storyline: The feature is centered on romance novelist Loretta Sage, played by Bullock, who embarks on a book tour with cover model Alan Caprison, played by Tatum

Complications: When the writer is kidnapped by billionaire Fairfax, portrayed by Radcliffe, Caprison takes it upon himself to rescue her despite his lack of survival skills

Complications: When the writer is kidnapped by billionaire Fairfax, portrayed by Radcliffe, Caprison takes it upon himself to rescue her despite his lack of survival skills

Physical production on the feature initially began in May of last year, with much of the filming taking place in the Dominican Republic.

After several months of work, shooting for the project ultimately wrapped this past August.

Bullock spoke about how her costume became a challenge to work in during an interview with ET Canada, and she noted that her clothing was a major part of the feature.

On set: Physical production on the feature initially began in May of last year, with much of the filming taking place in the Dominican Republic

On set: Physical production on the feature initially began in May of last year, with much of the filming taking place in the Dominican Republic

It's all over: After several months of work, shooting for the project ultimately wrapped this past August

It’s all over: After several months of work, shooting for the project ultimately wrapped this past August

‘In The Lost City, the difficulties we had to overcome were: Jumpsuit. Jumpsuit. Jumpsuit…the jumpsuit is a character unto itself,’ she said.

Co-director Adam Nee noted that he and his collaborators intentionally made the costume hard to move in during the filming process.

‘We wanted to create the absolute least comfortable thing that you would choose to wear, especially on a jungle adventure,’ he said.

Intentional: Co-director Adam Nee noted that he and his collaborators intentionally made the costume hard to move in during the filming process

Intentional: Co-director Adam Nee noted that he and his collaborators intentionally made the costume hard to move in during the filming process

The Lost City was originally set to have its wide release occur in April, although it was later pushed up.

Its Russian debut was also canceled earlier this month in response to the invasion of Ukraine.

The feature is currently scheduled to be made available to the public on March 25th.

Going wide: The feature is currently scheduled to be made available to the public on March 25th

Going wide: The feature is currently scheduled to be made available to the public on March 25th

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