Longtime Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt confessed he had attempted to produce a romantic comedy with Sandra Bullock in a recent interview.
The writer urged him to discuss his beauty routine while displaying his brand-new, gender-neutral line of skincare products to British Vogue, but not to “make it too QVC.”
Pitt retorted with the joke, “I wouldn’t know how to do it, unless it was a comedy,” which opened the door to a great Bullock story.
He remarked, laughing, “Sandra Bullock and I actually tried to construct a complete idea of a husband and wife team, who were QVC’s most successful salespeople, but we’re getting a divorce, we detest each other, and we’re taking it out on television while we sell goods. That is how far we could get.
Despite the fact that they are both regarded as modern icons, they have never actually had the romantic lead roles opposite one another. However, for what it’s worth, Pitt and Bullock had chemistry when Pitt starred in the movie Bullock co-produced in March, “The Lost City,” but she ended up with Channing Tatum’s character.
Pitt told during the UK premiere of “Bullet Train” that Bullock is “an angel” to him, suggesting that they are very close in real life.
“She will cancel her vacation for me if I call her for anything. Truly,” he affirmed. “She will organize a 1,000-person gathering if she is told to “stop your vacation, put on your gown, and come here for me.”