Sandra Bullock, Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz to Have The Chick of all Chick Flick Movies—Photos

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By charmaine corne clutton | January 9, 2014 11:44 AM EST

"The Heat" certainly made in big on screen and this is why Sandra Bullock, Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Aniston want to make a movie together making it the "chick flick of all chick flicks".

These ladies have starred in various comedies of their own, Cameron Diaz in "Bad Teacher," Jennifer Aniston in "We're the Millers" and Sandra Bullock in "The Heat." These ladies may all be in their prime and at 40-something they still seem to have it in them.

If you think there would be a problem with who would be paid the highest, it seems that this has been all planned. The highest billing would definitely go to Sandra Bullock as she is the only one among the three who has won an Oscar and would probably win another Oscar for her role in "Gravity."

So what are the three waiting for?

According to reports from RadarOnline, the stars are waiting for a funny script that would give them all good roles. These three would certainly make good actresses in a comedy chick flick where their movie would be a huge thing in Hollywood. Imagine these three working together in a movie, you would be sure to get everything you need, great acting, great actresses and a whole load of laughs from these three women.

With the success of "The Heat" there certainly is a place for their chick flick to become a huge success in box office.

According to Radar Online's source:

"Although there isn't a script or concept in play just yet, the film could do for girl comedies what "The Avengers" did for superhero movies, The success of "The Heat" and "Bridesmaids" has shown that female buddy comedies are the hottest thing going and Cameron, Sandra and Jen would love to work together and rake in box office gold."

Can't you wait for Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Aniston and Sandra Bullock to be in a movie together?

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