Channing Tatum Takes Sandra Bullock for a Celebratory Swim After Wrapping Film Together

Channing Tatum took a dip in a pool with Sandra Bullock as the two celebrate the wrap of their new romantic comedy, Lost City of D. In a video that Tatum shared to his Instagram account, the two went for a night swim onset of the film while fully clothed. In Tatum's post, he shared a photo and a video of the two enjoying the end of their project together. The photo shows the two fully submerged in water while the video captures Tatum holding Bullock in his arms as he plunges into the water backward.

The Miss Congeniality star could be heard asking Tatum not to go in backward, but she seemed to have a fun time even though that's what he did. His caption caught the attention of many after he confessed that he feels he and Bullock are cut from the same cloth. "Well, that's a wrap on #LostCityOfD. I love this movie so much I don't have words," he said. "I also don't have words for how special Sandy Bullock is. We definitely were made in the same lab and share a brain at times. I love you, girl. And as you can see, I'll ride your coattails anywhere anytime, forever. Ahahah."

The Lost City of D tells the story of Bullock's character, a romance novelist who's on a book tour and finds herself in the middle of a kidnap attempt that pushes her and Tatum's character into a wild jungle adventure according to PEOPLE. At the same time, they are just two household names among the film's other famous faces, Daniel Radcliff, Patti Harrison, and Oscar Nunez, along with Da'Vine Joy Randolph and Brad Pitt. According to the outlet, Ryan Reynolds had an interest in the role, which would have made this his second film starring alongside Bullock after the two filmed 2009's The Proposal together.

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On Friday, the actor took to his social media account to announce that the film had just wrapped. Sharing a few black-and-white photos of him in the trailer, he captioned the images with, "And just like that ... our 1st Charlie yells 'and that's a wrap'... and I feel myself coming back, and the hair starts coming off. And now time... time for all the things. Mine time. Getting back to me before the next creative adventure into someone and somewhere else. I'm so happy and easy right now. Breathing and gonna indulge in this life I've been blessed with. Be easy."