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Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds in “Most Wanted”

by Mary
June 8, 2010 at 3:24 pm

Sandra Bullock will perform again next to Ryan Reynolds in the comedy action called “Most Wanted”.

The new film is a project of writer Peter Chiarelli, who has worked also for the comedy “The Proposal”, in which Bullock and Reynolds have played together.

In “Most Wanted”, Bullock will play a delinquent, and Reynolds will be the FBI agent who will escort her.

The news that two actors will be together again on the big screen comes just a few days after Ryan Reynolds’ wife, Scarlett Johannson, kissed with Sandra Bullock on MTV Movie Awards.

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