Luciana June 8th, 2010
It’s nice to be wanted. Confirming what E! Online’s Marc Malkin reported back in March, the Proposal costars Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds are set to reunite for Most Wanted, an action-comedy from the screenwriter who brought them together in last summer’s romcom hit.
And the hook this time?
Taking their mature funnylady meets hot younger guy act on the road, the caper follows a criminal suspect (Bullock) who’s escorted to court by an FBI agent (Reynolds) only to find the pair ambushed along the way and forced to go on the run. Hilarity ensues of course, not to mention the obvious sparks.
Guess last night’s kiss at the MTV Movie Awards with Ryan’s missus, Scarlett Johansson, really got Sandy in the mood?
Proposal scribe Peter Chiarelli sold the pitch to Universal Pictures for $1 million and the studio is is in talks with that film’s director, Anne Fletcher, about coming aboard. Reynolds will also executive Most Wanted with his Dark Trick Films partner Jonathan Komack-Martin.
This will be the second romantic-themed flick the thesps will have coupled up for, following such modern big screen pairings as Richard Gere and Julia Roberts (Pretty Woman and The Runaway Bride) and Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan (Joe Vs. the Volcano, Sleepless in Seattle and You’ve Got Mail).
Luciana June 7th, 2010
Better late than never, here’s the pictures of last night show:
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Luciana June 7th, 2010
As promised, here’s the full video of the whole last nigh’s presentation, thanks to Kimberly
Luciana June 7th, 2010
More pictures, and video will be added soon, so stay tuned!
For the second time in as many days, Sandra Bullock stepped before the public, looking radiant and collecting awards.
Sunday night her prize was the Generation Award, presented at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards and marking her first televised appearance since the March 7 Oscars and the domestic drama that followed.
Defining the Generation Award as something that goes to “old people” who are clearing out to make way for younger ones, Bullock told the crowd inside Universal City’s Gibson Amphitheater, “That’s not going to happen. I’m staying. Because no matter what you might have seen or heard or read lately, I love what I do. And I’m not going anywhere.”
Further clearing the air, Bullock, 45, said in response to what may have been reported about her, “One, I’m not dead. Two, everyone has cellulite, not just me. Paparazzi need more flattering lenses. And whoever established the high road and how high it should be should be fired.”
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Luciana May 26th, 2010
Great news, people!
Sandra Bullock will attend the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, JustJared.com has confirmed.
The Oscar-winning actress will receive the “MTV Generation Award” for her diverse contributions to the film industry and for entertaining generations over the last two decades. Sandra will be the first female recipient to be honored with this award! (Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Spike Lee, Mike Myers and Adam Sandler have all won in previous years.)
Parks & Recreation funnyman Aziz Ansari will host the ceremony from the Gibson Amphitheatre on June 6 in Universal City, Calif. [ Source ]
Luciana April 29th, 2010
I just read the whole People’s interview, and it’s really great! I don’t think I will be able to post scans here unfortunately, but you already can find some parts of the interview online.
1) What’s up with that necklace?
Sunny made that necklace for him… to represent all the kids.
2) Why did she decide to adopt an African-American baby?
I want him to know no limits on where he can go. I want him to experience all culture, nationalities, countries and people like I did. I want his mind to be open and free. We were raised that we are all the same. No one greater, smarter, more powerful. We are all equal. I would love for Louis to know that . He has a big, beautiful, diverse family. As long as he know he is loved and protected and given the opportunity to touch and see everything, then I will have done my job as a mama.
3) But did Sandra know about the Nazi stuff?
The photo shocked me and made me sad. This is not the man I married. This was stupid, this was ignorant. racism, anti-Semitism, sexism, homophobia, anything Nazi and a boatload of other things have no place in my life. And the man I married felt the same. This I hope Jesse will address one day, but that is not the world I live in or have ever lived in and have any tolerance for.
Just to remove any lingering doubts, Sandra also mentions that Louis had a bris:
A friend of ours helped arrange for a bris [Jewish circumcision ceremony] at the house, because we couldn’t go [to a hospital for the procedure]. The mohel [a person trained in the practice] came to us. You have never seen adults more panicked about what was about to happen to their son, but the celebration and the amount of love we felt and the pride in the little man whom we love so, so much became the greatest moment I have ever had in my life.
Source: Jezebel with a big and pretty photo of Louis.
Is there a caption that me, as a mom, totally understand.
Milk dribbles down and gets stuck in the folds of his neck. Everytime I go in to nuzzle him, I smell rancid milk. It’s the best smell on earth – and I’ve had the great perfumes of the world.
Isn’t it beautiful?
Also, Sandra says in the interview that her career will need to wait for a bit. So forgot that news about her being busy with 4 new projects. She has a big one project for now, her little kid.