On Monday we /sandra-bullock-and-ryan-reynolds-reuniting-for-most-wanted/reported that Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds could reunite for a new film project but it seems that might be farther down the road than originally imagined. The Los Angeles Times spoke with representatives for Sandra Bullock who told the site that the Most Wanted film is not a high priority and won't be her next film. Here's an excerpt from the site's article.

"In a statement to 24 Frames, Bullock's agent made a point of noting that Most Wanted was in very early development and that Bullock would most certainly shoot something else before this movie, if she shoots it at all. "[Bullock] is simply attached to the project, which is currently in development. This is not her next film," said Creative Artists Agency managing partner Kevin Huvane, who represents the actress. Indeed, the project is a pitch with no script -- writer Pete Chiarelli will set about writing it now -- and if that script comes in and doesn't meet with Bullock's approval, the actress has a clear out not to make the film.

Bullock's rep Huvane also noted that his client is considering, "several different projects of many different genres," but that Bullock has not committed to any of them yet.

We'll be sure to keep you posted on any further news on this project or on Sandra Bullock's future projects as soon as we have more information.