Some exciting casting updates of “Our Brand Is Crisis” have been announced. Variety is reporting that Scoot McNairy is set to join Sandra in the movie last week. The Wrap reported yesterday that Billy Bob Thornton is in talks for the movie.
David Gordon Green is directing with George Clooney and Grant Heslov producing through their Smokehouse Pictures banner, with Bullock exec-producing.
The film is based on the 2005 documentary of the same name, which focuses on the use of American political campaign strategies in South America.
Peter Straughan penned the script. Courtenay Valenti and Racheline Benveniste are overseeing for the studio.
Production is set to start this fall.
Variety is reporting that Sandra Bullock is back to a Warner Bros. project. With George Clooney producing, and being directed by David Gordon Green, she will star in the olitical dramedy “Our Brand is Crisis”, based on the 2005 documentary of the same name, which focuses on the use of American political campaign strategies in South America.
There’s not word yet on when filming might begin. Sandra is currently attached to Sony pic “Tupperware Unsealed” which revolves around the inventor of Tupperware.
Sandra Bullock is nominated as Choice Movie Actress: Drama at 2014 Teen Choice Awards for her role as Dr. Ryan Stone in Gravity.
Choice Movie Actress: Drama
Emma Watson, “Noah”
Jennifer Lawrence, “American Hustle”
Kristen Bell, “Veronica Mars”
Sandra Bullock, “Gravity”
Shailene Woodley, “The Fault in Our Stars”
You can vote at Teen Choice Awards website (US residents between 13-19 years only) by clicking here. The winners will be announced on Sunday, August 10 at 8/7c.
Sandra Bullock attended yesterday the 2014 Spike TV’s Guys Choice Awards in Culver City, California. She received the ‘Decade of Hotness’ award and was presented by her former co-stars Keanu Reeves, Matthew McConaughey and Hugh Grant. She was beautiful wearing a pink Roland Mouret dress and black Saint Laurent shoes.
Bullock’s acceptance speech was full of jokes:
I feel like I’m at my funeral. Decade of Hotness…My question was what decade? I have several under my belt. It should really be Decade of Hot Mess. That I can own and I do that well and I’m still convinced I’m up here because someone dropped out and they needed someone quickly and we know I’m home on Saturdays.
I’d like to thank the Guys Choice Awards for this—the horns. How many people hold this up and say, ‘I’m so horny!’ I’d like to thank you for this honor. This is an amazing slingshot for a 49-year-old. I’d like to thank every hairstylist and makeup artist for creating the illusion because I didn’t look like this a couple hours ago…I’m just one of the luckiest girls I know and three of the people I’m just so crazy about are right next to me.
The 2014 Guys’ Choice Awards will premiere on Spike TV on Wednesday, June 11, at 9 p.m. Check in our gallery over 90 HQ pictures from the event:
That’s what Sandra Bullock told students during an incredibly moving surprise commencement speech at Warren Easton Charter High School in New Orleans on Monday (May 19).
The actress — who was tasked with talking about what she would tell her younger self —
encouraged students to stop being scared of the unknown and raise the bar higher.
“The unknown we can’t do anything about,” said Bullock, who was honored at the 2013 People’s Choice as Favorite Humanitarian for her work with the school. “I don’t remember any of the times in my life where I worried. So, that’s a lot of time I couldn’t get back.”
That’s not the only bit of wisdom the Gravity star imparted. Bullock, who said she wanted to give students the same advice she shares with her four-year-old son, also stressed the importance of eating healthy and, of course, not picking your nose in public.
Wise words from a superstar. Watch it:
Raise the bar higher. It is noisy out there and for some reason, people want to see you fail. That’s not your problem, that is their problem. I only remember the moments where I tried beyond what I thought I could do and I do not remember the failures because I didn’t … Go find your joy. It’s what you’re going to remember in the end. It’s not the worry, it’s not the what-ifs. It’s the joy that stays with you.