Amy Sussman/Getty; Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Ana de Armas; Chris Evans
"That's a wrap" on Ghosted for Ana de Armas.
"GHSTED / That's a wrap for Sadie! Thank you @dexfletch and @chrisevans for being such great partners. 👻," de Armas wrote on Instagram, captioning a black-and-white glam snapshot of herself inside a car, with a piece of candy between her teeth.
"I can't wait for everybody to see this one," she concluded.
Wrote Evans, 40, in a comment, "🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉."
The sweet exchange came less than a week after de Armas celebrated her birthday on set, sharing photos and video footage including Evans to Instagram on May 1.
On the latter post, the Avengers: Endgame actor commented, "🎂🎉👏!!!"
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Backgrid Chris Evans and Ana de Armas on the set of Ghosted
Evans and de Armas were photographed filming Ghosted last week, each holding a coffee cup as they took an on-set walk in Washington, D.C.
Ghosted comes after Evans and de Armas previously starred together in the 2019 whodunnit Knives Out. They will also both appear in The Gray Man, an action-thriller film costarring Ryan Gosling and Regé-Jean Page that is set to hit Netflix this summer. It is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo.
The Gray Man might be Netflix's most ambitious film yet, Entertainment Weekly reported last month, as a planned franchise starter with a reported budget of $200 million, making it one of the priciest original films in the streaming service's history.
"It's hard to find somebody at Chris Evans' level to step into a villain," Joe Russo told EW. "It's why you traditionally don't get a Ryan Gosling versus Chris Evans movie. But he's at a point where [playing the villain] is more entertaining to him than playing a hero, so we're able to get two giant movie stars that face off against each other. They're very complicated characters with competing agendas, and it's a fight to the death."
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