Sandra made an appearance on Ellen Degeneres this Monday (18) to promote her new film Minions. She talked also about Louis and the present he gave to her on Mother’s Day, a song like ‘There was a mom I love so much and Sandy was her name-o.’ You can watch the whole interview below:
I have scans from People ‘World’s Most Beautiful’ Issue, that hit stands today. It features a great interview and a beautiful new photoshoot. Check it:
People – Despite being in “princess mode” while shooting for this year’s cover story, Bullock, 50, insists she just laughed when she heard about the honor. “No, really. I just said, ‘That’s ridiculous,’ ” she tells PEOPLE. “I’ve told no one.”
Instead the Oscar winner, who voices a supervillain in the upcoming movie Minions, has found beauty in her role as mom to her 5-year-old son, Louis, adding that their life together is a constant reminder of what’s important.
“Real beauty is quiet. Especially in this town, it’s just so hard not to say, ‘Oh, I need to look like that,’ ” she explains. “No, be a good person, be a good mom, do a good job with the lunch, let someone cut in front of you who looks like they’re in a bigger hurry. The people I find most beautiful are the ones who aren’t trying.”
They also have up a video compilation with Sandy’s roles, to prove she’s not only the most beautiful, but also the most fun!
Check back this weekend for proper scans.
The August issue of Vanity Fair Italy has a four-pages article celebrating Sandy’s 50 anniversary. Check scans in our gallery:
The last issue of People Magazine brings a very nice article about Sandy and Warren Easton, the public charter high school in New Orleans that she adopted after the Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. Her donations have helped rebuild the campus, fund scholarships for graduates, pay for athletic equipment and band uniforms and open a health clinic.
No one ever talks about the good. If you are ever wondering about how good life is and can be, you can come to Warren Easton. These kids have been working a couple of jobs, some come from hard places, but every time they walk under that roof, they know they’re cared for, they’re admired for what they can bring to the table.
A lovely picture illustrate the article, and you can find both in our gallery:
Sandy was guest on Jay Leno’s farewell show, giving a very funny, emotional, and Sandy-like interview.
“You were always so welcoming and every single person on your crew was that way consistently, and I just felt special even when I felt very insecure,” Bullock told Leno. “And everyone, I think, in this room and in this country, has felt that every day that you’ve been in their homes.”
Watch the video below, and see screencaptures and high quality pictures added in our gallery.