Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds to produce animated comedy inspired by “Family Guy”

By | August 31, 2011 at 9:14 am | One comment | feature slider, News, TV/Movies | Tags: , , , ,

I’m not sure how many of you comedy nerds follow the world of A-list celebs, but you might know that its been rumored — ever since their 2009 flick The Proposal — that actress Sandra Bullock and actor Ryan Reynolds have been banging. Personally, I hope it’s true. They’re a good-looking couple and I don’t mind imagining them grinding their genitals into one another. Whether they’re doing that or not, one thing is pure fact: the pair is developing a new animated comedy show.

The show, And Then There Was Gordon, is being produced by Darkfire, the company recently established by Reynolds and Allan Loeb, the writer who brought us Just Go With It, the Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston comedy flick released earlier this year. Gordon is set to be centered around the titular character who is the only non-prodigy sibling amongst a brood of genius types. Bullock would voice the neurotic and yes, genius, mom while Reynolds is also set to voice a character. Reynolds, most recently seen in this year’s Green Lantern and The Change-Up, admitted that he and Loeb were inspired by the work of Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane. “I don’t think anyone can come close to Seth MacFarlane, but we’d like to try,” he said recently.

So, what do you think? If this project comes to fruition, is it something you might watch?

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  • Marcos Figueroa

     Eh, kind of undecided right now. Reynolds is pretty hit-or miss, meaning that when I masturbate to photos of him, I’m not too accurate.

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