Sandra Bullock’s idea for an on-screen reunion with Keanu Reeves is pure excellence

Speaking with Esquire publication for a profile on her “Speed” co-star, Bullock stated she’d “love nothing more than to do a comedy with Keanu before we both die.” (Grim, however OK.)

“He’s funny. We can be seventy-five—it’ll be even better then, like an old-people ‘Cocoon’ thing,” she informed the publication. “We play two funny old people. A road trip. Just put us in an RV as old people. It’ll be the bookend of ‘Speed’! We’ll just be driving really slowly. Pissing the world off. There’s our movie.”

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While waiting 18 years for this to take place does not sound enticing, the spirit of the concept is strong. Hollywood, your relocation.

In other places in the profile, by author Ryan D’Agostino, Bullock stated working with the “Matrix” star on the renowned action motion picture in the early 90s and the bond they shared after. (In 2006, they’d star together once again in “The Lake House.”) Though they were never ever romantically included, she stated, Reeves was and stays and distinctively thoughtful individual.

She informed one story about offhandedly pointing out in a discussion with Reeves that’d she’d never ever had Champagne and truffles, just to have him appear at her door days later on with flowers, Champagne and truffles.

“That’s what I mean that it drives you crazy,” Bullock informed the publication. “When I first met him, I would spend as much time as I could filling a silence, just to feel comfortable. And the more I jibber-jabbered on, the quieter he would get. And I thought, I don’t understand what’s happening! He’s looking at me with eyes of confusion. He’s quiet. Did I say something to offend him? And then a day or two later, he would arrive with a note or a little package, saying, ‘I thought about what you said.’ And he would have his response.”

She included: “How many people do you know like that?”

One, Sandra. And the Web would state, he’s spectacular.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.