Ghosted Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the Apple TV+ Movie: Genre-bending films are the latest trend of the season, and the audience are loving it. Who doesn’t love a Romantic Comedy blended with some kickass action scenes? Well, that’s what the latest Chris Evans and Ana De Armas film, Ghosted is all about. This film is Apple TV’s most-watched original film. The film showcases the story of a very regular guy falling in love with a not-very-regular gal.
Directed by Dexter Fletcher and written by Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Chris McKenna, and Erik Sommers, the film follows Chris Evans’ Cole, a hopeless romantic in Washington DC, who meets Sadie, a lonely mystery girl in a Farmer’s market. They have a beautiful date followed by a steamy night, after which Sadie disappears and never replies to Cole back. Though everyone believes the pretty girl ghosted him, Cole decides to follow his heart and tracks her to London. When he thinks of surprising her, he himself gets surprised as he is kidnapped and taken to Pakistan, and the ultimate adventure begins.
It turns out Sadie is a spy, and Cole is now caught up in an international crime drama involving guns and bombs, and much more than what he expected from this star-crossed love story of his. The film also surprisingly has a bunch of cameos from Chris’ Marvel Co-stars, including Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, and Ryan Reynolds. The only one missing from the lot is Scarlet Johannson, who was earlier roped in to play Sadie but couldn’t due to scheduling conflicts.
As a whole, the movie is pretty fun to watch and hilarious at points. The journey of Cole from a small farm to action scenes of Khyber Pass just for a “ Romantic Gesture” sure makes up for a hell of a ride. As always, Chris Evans and Ana De Armas are stunning to look at in both romantic and action scenes.
Ghosted Soundtrack: All Songs Featured in the Apple TV+ Movie:
Action plus romance plus comedy calls for an equally kickass soundtrack, and this film does not disappoint in this department. With Lorne Balfe leading the music department, the score of the film is extremely befitting. His experience in movies like Terminator, Mission Impossible: Fallout, animations such as Penguins of Madagascar, video games including The Assassin’s Creed and Call of Duty, and popular TV shows like The Crown and Genius speaks volumes of his diverse resume.
Along with Lorne’s pieces, the film also has a collection of songs to complement. They feature artists like Dua Lipa, Charlie XCX, Mark Ronson, along with Bruno Mars.
- My Sharona” by The Knack
- “Are You Gonna Be My Girl” by Jet
- “Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars)” by Mark Ronson
- “Love Again” by Dua Lipa
- “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man
- “Like Sugar” by Chaka Khan
- “Pretty Please” by Dua Lipa
- “There’s No Other Way” by Blur
- “Last Night” by The Traveling Wilburys
- “Sound & Color” by Alabama Shakes
- “Heart of Glass” by Blondie
- “Love is Everywhere (Beware)” by Wilco
- “Baby” by Charli XCX