After a two-year vacation from the big screen, Sandra Bullock is finally back in The Proposal, opposite that leading man women die for, Ryan Reynolds.
Audiences can catch Bullock in her first ever nude scene — and her hunky co-star strips down too.
Sandra told Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf that after heading for the gym and watching those carbs, she didn’t hesitate to go au naturel.
Taking it all off.
“The nudity was appropriate for the film. I had to be buck-naked. The big thing was that it was funny. And the only way it could be funny was if you saw my whole body. Ann Fletcher, the director, was amazing in how she choreographed it because we knew we couldn’t show anything too explicit. I had a little bit more area to cover than Ryan did, so it was a little trickier for me. But I can talk about Ryan’s penis if you want. I mean if I looked like him, I’d be naked all the time.”
What you won’t see on the big screen.
“You have things covering up your essential parts but they get unstuck. And, oddly enough, we didn’t care because we were so tired. Ann was like, ‘Sandra, your vagina is hanging out. Cover it up.’ I’m like, ‘Oh, sorry, sorry.’ And the crew would be like, ‘Jeez, her nipple is showing.’ They weren’t titillated, they were unhappy because they knew we had to retake the shot. They’re like, ‘We want to go to lunch. Cover the nip.’ So that’s pretty much how the day went.”
Trying to take life easy.
“I am like the queen of planning and scheduling. And I’m trying very hard to stop it. I just want to finish what I’m doing and go home. I want to have a weekend. I want to have breakfast, a stack of pancakes. I don’t want to not enjoy where I am at this very moment. So every time I plan something, the exact opposite happens. I hope I’m always satisfied and content like I am right at this very moment.” [Source]
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