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Initially, Bullock wasn't interested in making this movie because of two words: "romantic comedy."
"That's why I kept saying -- they said, 'There's this script,' and as soon as they said that 'R-C' word, I was like, 'I'm not doing it. I don't like them. They're not funny. I have nothing to do in them," said Bullock. And then I read it and I said, 'This isn't a romantic comedy. This is a comedy from, like, the '30s and '40s."
To keep up the marriage facade, Bullock's character ends up traveling to Alaska to meet her future in-laws.
Reynolds and Bullock share a room, and an embarrassing moment that took some time to shoot.
"Because there's a dog that I had to deal with, a hairdryer, a little sponge and some things I had to cover. He only had to cover one thing. I had to cover a couple of things and work with an animal," said Bullock.
"I think we can safely say there was complete nudity there," said Reynolds. "It did make it a little awkward, but at the same time I would prefer to do that with someone I know rather than someone I don't -- especially if it's going to be three days of expertly lit naked stunts."
The movie also features actress Betty White. "The Proposal" opens Friday.