Sandra Bullock Perfectly Casts Herself Into Paul Feig's 'Ghostbusters'
With reporting by Michael Pell
With Paul Feig's highly anticipated "Ghostbusters" reboot currently in production, we have to wonder who else among Feig's long list of favorite funny ladies will make an appearance in the flick. Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones and Kristen Wiig are filling in for Bill Murray and co. in the leading roles, but is there room for Oscar-winner Sandra Bullock to join the ghost-busting crew?
MTV News caught up with Bullock in London during a recent press day for her new animated film "Minions," and she had plenty to say about her top-secret SUPER spoilery cameo in "Ghostbusters."
"I'm the Michelin Man. They went out and they looked at a lot of people, but for some reason, I just had the physicality," Bullock joked of her role as the iconic Stay Puft Marshmallow Man in the movie. "I did the walk really well... I think maybe it's because I did 'Gravity.' I just know how to slow things down."
Bullock's important "part" in the film means that she's not only reuniting with Feig, who directed "The Heat," but also former partner-in-crime McCarthy. "I pick up Melissa," Bullock said, "And I crush her."
Okay, so the likelihood of this actually happening in "Ghostbusters" is slim to none (probably more on the none side), but we're not ruling out the possibility of seeing Bullock show up in the star-studded, female-fronted flick. Stranger things have happened.
"Minions" hits theaters on July 10.