"The Proposal director Anne Fletcher, stars Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds, and producers David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman are reteaming for Universal Pictures' Most Wanted.
In the action comedy, Bullock plays a woman on the run with Reynolds as an agent who is supposed to be handling her.
The project is described as having a tone similar to that of Universal's 1988 release Midnight Run, with Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin, which the studio is developing a sequel for.
Reynolds will also executive produce along with his Dark Trick Films partner Jonathon Komack-Martin."
Didn't they already try to do this and it didn't work? The Bounty Hunter ringing a bell?
Betty White better be in this.
Not so fast, says Sandra Bullock.
"Although it was announced earlier this week that Sandra Bullock was set to star again alongside Ryan Reynolds in a comedy called Most Wanted, her representatives are now making clear that this is not necessarily the case, according to a piece at the LA Times.
Though Most Wanted is not necessarily out for Bullock, the actress will have final script approval and, as such, is not locked into doing the film at all. According to her CAA representative, Bullock will certainly not make the film her next project and, instead, is carefully selecting a role to follow her recent Oscar win."