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- June 22, 2009
- Vol. 71
- No. 24
Sandra Bullock & Ryan Reynolds
Filming The Proposal, the Old Friends Got a Chance to Hang Out—and Bare All—and They're Still Laughing About It
When you see someone pop the question on a JumboTron, do you cheer or cringe?
BULLOCK: Cringe—the people who are gonna be in the marriage should be the [only] ones there for the proposal.
REYNOLDS: Fire trucks shouldn't be required.
No fire trucks for Scarlett [Johansson, 24]?
REYNOLDS: I made the mistake of firing a flare gun in an old folks' home. I was trying to set a whole romantic scene: I'm gonna save an old lady.... There were casualties [laughing].
Be serious! You are Canadian. Did you help Sandy play one in the movie?
REYNOLDS: She wouldn't take any of my notes! I arranged skating lessons. I arranged a class called Apologies 101. She wasn't into poutine....
BULLOCK: What's poutine?
REYNOLDS: French fries drizzled with gravy and cheese curds. It comes with an open-heart surgeon.
What's your favorite junk food?
BULLOCK: I'm obsessed with marshmallow fluff. The day we were done, I ate it out of the tub—I could feel it running through my veins.
REYNOLDS: I ate some of her fluff—that's not a sentence anyone should say. For me, it's all about Reese's peanut butter cups. Honestly, I would snort one.
How was your nude scene together?
REYNOLDS: You start out with the proverbial fig leaf. A few hours into it, you just get tired of somebody trying to top-stick it to your genitals.
BULLOCK: I had a clear little strap, but in the end I'm like, "I don't care. It's gotta be funny."
How'd you stay in shape for it?
BULLOCK: He was training for a marathon, getting up in the morning at 4 and running, like, 10 miles.
Ever work out together?
BULLOCK: Hell, no! Why would you work out with that [gesturing at his body]? That's depressing!
You've been friends for years. How has Ryan changed?
BULLOCK: Nothing has changed, except his bikes get more expensive.
REYNOLDS: We're both married now; that's about the only difference.
BULLOCK: We vacation well together.
With Jesse [James, 40,] and Scarlett?
BULLOCK: The four of us. They're very excellent house guests. [To Reynolds:] You guys come back with awesome stuff from Whole Foods.
Does married life suit Ryan?
BULLOCK: I'm just happy he found a good human being. They both take excellent care of each other, and they're honorable, beautiful people. Not physically. Both are dogs—ugly!
REYNOLDS: My friend here married my dream man.
Do you have a man crush?
REYNOLDS: Every guy alive has a man crush on Jesse.
Sandy, do you feel threatened?
BULLOCK: I'm very masculine myself. I have a man crush on my husband. So I'm okay with it.
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