Sandra Bullock will be talking about education and health in New Orleans on NBC’s “Today” show.
NBC announced Wednesday that the Oscar-winning actress will sit down with “Today” host Matt Lauer on Tuesday.
The interview will take place at Warren Easton Charter High School in New Orleans. Bullock will discuss the opening this month of the school’s on-campus health clinic that she helped fund.
Bullock had spent time in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina with former husband Jesse James. She has adopted a baby who was born there.
Warner Bros. and Paramount are eyeing Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks for the feature version of post- 9/11 drama “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” with Scott Rudin producing.
Warners, the lead studio on the project, indicated it has made offers to the thesps but is not yet in formal negotiations. And the studios have not yet greenlit the project. The Jonathan Safran Foer novel, set in 2003, centers on a 9-year-old boy who finds a key in a vase that belongs to his father — who perished in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks — and searches to find the lock that goes with it. It was one of the first American novels to incorporate the Sept. 11 events into the plot.
Rudin has been developing the project since 2005, when “Extremely Loud” was published. Eric Roth has adapted the novel and Stephen Daldry is attached to direct.
Should Bullock sign on, it would be her first role since “The Blind Side.” Hanks will next be seen opposite Julia Roberts in U’s comedy-drama “Larry Crowne,” which he also directed and produced.
Sandra Bullock is offering words of welcome as her ex-husband Jesse James prepares to move to her adopted hometown in Texas.
“I support Jesse in his move to Austin,” the Oscar winner, 46, tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week’s cover story. “We have both moved on with our lives and only want the best for each other. Anything else that is said on my behalf is inaccurate.”
For Bullock, moving on includes finalizing her adoption of 8-month-old son Louis on Aug. 13 surrounded by friends and her sister Gesine in a New Orleans courtroom. “She is so in love with her child,” says a source.
As for motorcycle CEO James, 41 – who recently stepped out in Las Vegas with LA Ink star Kat Von D. – he too is starting to move on in the wake of the cheating scandal that led to his June divorce from Bullock, according to a James source.
“I think he’s starting to grasp reality a bit more,” says the source, “and the realization that it’s going to take a lot longer and a lot more than he thought to bring things back to what they were.”
For much more on this story, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.
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Sandra Bullock is Hollywood’s leading lady, after topping a list of highest paid actresses.
The Oscar-winning actress was propelled to the top of Tinseltown’s female earners’ league following roles in box office hits The Proposal and The Blind Side, which earned her a reported 56 million US dollars over the past 12 months.
Reese Witherspoon and Knight And Day actress Cameron Diaz shared second place in the list compiled by Forbes.com, banking around 32 million dollars each.
While Reese hasn’t been seen on screen since 2008’s Four Christmases, her status was cemented by forthcoming films How Do You Know and the big-screen adaptation of Water For Elephants, in which she features alongside Twilight star Robert Pattinson.
Coming in fourth was Jennifer Aniston, followed by Sarah Jessica Parker, Julia Roberts and Angelina Jolie.
Completing the top ten are Drew Barrymore, Meryl Streep and Kristen Stewart.
The Forbes.com list features earnings from films and other ventures, such as beauty ranges and advertising.
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 Peter 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.
Huvane went on to leave the door open even more. “There are several projects of many different genres that Ms. Bullock is presently considering and has not committed to any of them at this time.”
“The next project that will follow her Oscar will be chosen carefully and with a great deal of thought,” he added.
Source: LA Times