Sandra Bullock is listed at New York Times’ Vulture’s 100 Most Valuable Movie Stars list. To read more about the ranking, you can check this link.
Sandy is ranked at #11 at Vulture Rankings, #08 at Studio Favorite, #19 at Most Respectable, #05 at Tabloid Target and #21 at International Stars.
It feels like Sandra Bullock has turned a corner in her career, even if she’s yet to fully make good on it. The comedy queen surprised in 2009 when she powered The Proposal to a then-career-best $163 million… and trumped that just a few months later when The Blind Side grossed a staggering $255 million and earned her an Oscar for Best Actress. Yes, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close came along last year to give Bullock two back-to-back films nominated for Best Picture — something no one could have foreseen back in her Two Weeks Notice/Miss Congeniality 2 days — but it hardly felt like Bullock cashing in her new capital.
Instead, it feels like 2013 will be the year that she truly tests her newfound mettle: In addition to starring almost single-handedly in Alfonso Cuaron’s innovative sci-fi film Gravity, she’ll be seen in a big ol’ comedy with Melissa McCarthy, this one manned by Bridesmaids helmer Paul Feig instead of Bullock’s usual list of anonymous rom-com directors. Will she still have that shine four years after the biggest year of her life? We think audiences will cut her some slack for taking time off to deal with personal matters (including a messy divorce and a newly adopted son), and the general public seems to agree, since they handed Bullock the highest likeability score on this entire list.
Domestic Box Office: $47,900,000
Overseas Box Office: $36,300,000
Studio Value: 8
Likeability : 84%
Oscars: 1 win
Critics’ Score: 46
Magazine Covers: 14
Tabloid Value: 8
Thanks to Claudia for the heads up!
Variety reports that Sandra Bullock is joining Melissa McCarthy and Paul Feig (Bridesmaids) for an untitled female buddy comedy and it will center on the strained relationship between a high-strung FBI agent and a “unconventional” Boston police officer. If it’s not clear who will play who, well, then you clearly need to watch more movies. “Parks and Recreation” scribe Katie Dippold has written the script, Feig will direct, naturally, Bullock and McCarthy will star while Chermin Entertainment will produce. Twentieth Century Fox will distribute.
The ‘Blind Side’ actress has been selected to be admitted into the 2012 Warren Easton Hall of Fame, for her charitable donations to Warren Eason Charter High School, which was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Sandra has been involved in charitable projects with the educational establishment since the natural disaster and this year is donating $25,000 in scholarships, according to Fox8live.com.
The 20th Annual Hall of Fame Ceremony will take place on Friday, May 18th in Easton’s auditorium.
Sandra is well known for her philanthropy. Last year she donated $1 million on behalf of her family to the American Red Cross’ Japan relief effort after the country was hit by an earthquake. She also gave $1 million to Doctors Without Borders to assist with helping Haiti following an earthquake in 2010.
Sandra Bullock and moviemaker Brett Ratner have released a joint statement dismissing rumors of a romance.
The odd couple has been linked in a new In Touch magazine cover article, but Bullock and Ratner insist the report, which suggests the pair was spotted kissing and cuddling at an Oscars party, is all wrong.
“We think that it’s incredibly sad that in these times, this magazine would resort to complete fabrication, solely for financial gain. There is not a shred of accuracy in their story. We have not seen nor spoken to each for over a decade. We both had a great time after the Oscars, just not with each other.”
Thursday morning on Today, Sandy sat with Matt Lauer to promote Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. She admitted that she doesn’t have quite the large part that some would expect. “I’m actually in there for about 24 minutes,” said Bullock. “There might be more, but I don’t know how many moments like this there will be. With stories like this. With directors and casts like this … you can’t say no to that.”