Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds could be filming alongside each other once again as Paramount Pictures are keeping the latter in mind for new action-romance The Lost City of D.
Bullock, 56, and Reynolds, 43, starred together in The Proposal back in 2009 and now they might be ready for round two.
Speed actor Bullock is currently working on the Paramount Pictures flick, directed by Adam and Aaron Nee. She is producing the film as well as starring in it and Reynolds is being looked at by the studio as a potential co-star.
It's worth noting, however, that no deal is in place as yet.
In a statement to Entertainment Weekly, Bullock said: "The idea that Paramount is willing to return to a genre we haven't seen in a while, makes us incredibly excited.
"When Liza [Chasin] and I heard the Nee Brothers pitch we knew we were about to embark on an ambitious and fun ride.
"We all need some action, escapism and love right now.
"And if I have to humiliate myself on screen to do it... then so be it!"
According to EW, The Lost City of D tells the story of a romance author (Bullock) who learns that a fictional city she's been writing about is actually real. So, naturally, she goes on an adventure to find it.
If Reynolds can strike up a deal with the filmmakers, this will be the first time the pair have worked together since The Proposal - which is about a publishing executive who forces her assistant to get married to her so she doesn't get deported back to Canada.
The film also stars Betty White, who was serenaded by Bullock and Reynolds for her 98th birthday.
In a video, the pair sang happy birthday to the eight-time Emmy award winner - with Reynolds adding a smattering of his usual quirky banter.
After Bullock claims to love White more, Reynolds says: "What does Sandy do for you every year?
"Does she like, show up and hand-deliver flowers to you wearing nothing but black socks and a dozen gold bracelets, just like you requested? Doubt it."
Then, on a more serious note, Bullock tells White she loves her.
It's no more than White deserves though, having garnered a massive fan-base and become an icon of the screen in a career spanning 80 years.
What're the chances of Betty making a cameo in The Lost City of D, do you reckon?
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