Reynolds keen to act again with Bullock

Reynolds keen to act again with Bullock

Ryan Reynolds wants to make another film with Sandra Bullock.

The actor starred with the Oscar winner in ‘The Proposal’ and he would be delighted to reunite with her on the big screen.

Hinting a project could be in the pipeline, he said: “Me and Sandra have been friends for a long time and I’d love to make that happen. So maybe down the line. Look, there could be something in development but there’s no script as yet.”

Ryan – who is married to Scarlett Johansson – has been friends with Sandra for more than a decade and insists she is one of the nicest people he has met in Hollywood.

He said: “My producing partner is incredibly close with her (Sandra). I met Sandra through him about 11 years ago and we’ve been good friends ever since. I never thought we’d do a film together, but it worked out.”

There has been speculation the pair could star together in proposed action comedy 'Most Wanted'.

However, Sandra’s spokesperson Kevin Huvane moved to play down rumours, insisting nothing had been agreed.

He previously said: “She is simply attached to the project, which is currently in development. This is not her next film.

"There are several projects of many different genres that Ms Bullock is presently considering and has not committed to any of them at this time.”

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