Sandra Bullock opens up about her married life.
In the latest issue of “Harper’s Bazaar,” Sandra Bullock, 44, reveals that marrying her husband Jesse James taught her some hard lessons in letting loose and allowing him to dote on her a little.
“I’ve had to learn a hard lesson in that I’m not allowed to open car doors anymore,” Bullock says in the June issue. “It was so hard for me to allow someone to take care of me. It’s not because I can’t take care of myself. But Jesse was like, ‘Just let me do this.’”
Another lesson she’s had to learn is how to be a good stepmother to James’s three children, son Jesse Jr., 11, and daughters Chandler, 14, and Sunny, 5, from two previous marriages.
“You don’t have to give birth to someone to have a family,” Bullock says. “I’m not going to spend two seconds of my life wishing I had something I don’t… I just want people to admit that there’s no one way to live your life.”
Now that Bullock has both the successful career and happy family she always wanted, she says that she finally has the independence she always needed.
“I was worried that if I didn’t stay on track and work, work, work, I was never going to accomplish anything. Now I’m trying to have fun and have the freedom to do nothing,” she said.
SANDRA BULLOCK has designed special seat-belts so her two pet dogs can ride safely in her car.
Friends claim the the actress is terrified her pooches, Ruby and Poppy, will be hurt in a collision, after her car was struck by a drunk driver last April (09).
And that incident, coupled with a plane disaster which cost her her pets a decade ago, has made her strap her dogs up.
A source tells Star magazine, “More than 10 years ago, all her dogs died when they rode cargo on an airplane. She was devastated and vowed never to let anything bad happen to her pets again.
“A lot of people think she’s overdoing it, but she doesn’t care. At least she knows her dogs are safe.”
Actress Sandra Bullock met with Legends owner Gentleman Gene Rotondo for an hour earlier in the week at his Belmont Shore restaurant, and they resolved their differences growing out of Bullock allegedly skipping out on throwing the first pitch at the Dirtbags’ recent home opener against USC.”All evidence points to the fact Sandra knew nothing about it, and I’m sorry about the whole episode,” says Rotondo, who was led to believe by a personal assistant that no longer works for him that Bullock had been lined up for the event. “Sandra was very classy about the whole thing, and I have tremendous respect for her.”
Rotondo also spoke briefly on the phone to Bullock’s husband, Jesse James, about the incident.
“It’s all ended benignly,” says Gentleman Gene, gently putting an end to what had become a stirring local drama.
Sandra Bullock has revealed she and husband Jesse James share their bed with their three dogs.
The Two Weeks Notice star told In Style magazine that she and Jesse, her husband of nearly four years, share their bed with their labrador mix called Kernie, their three legged Chihuahua-Pomeranian called Poppy and their two-legged Chihuahua named Ruby.
She explained: “[The dogs] are always on my side and I get lonely without them.
“On a beautiful sexy vacation with Jesse … I’m going ‘I miss Poppy.’”
Michelle Pfeiffer, Diane Keaton, Mandy Moore and Sandra Bullock are gearing up to star together – in court.
The four women banded together recently, filing a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against CompUSA, TigerDirect, Systemax and Global Computer Supplies, claiming the companies use their images to sell electronic products.
According to the January 20 lawsuit, obtained by Access Hollywood, the women claim their identities, which they note are “recognized instantly by the public and have substantial commercial value,” were used without their permission to sell goods for the companies.
In paperwork that accompanied the filing, the women included several ads from the companies for computer screens and HDTVs, featuring the stars on the front of the products. The women are featured in what appears to be clips from some of their movies including Moore and Keaton in “Because I Said So.”
The stars claim they “exercise careful consideration” before allowing their images to be used for commercial value, and are seeking damages over the use of their images.
The women, who list dozens of the films they’ve starred in as part of their evidence, are asking the companies to cough up accounting records related to the sale of products their images were used to sell.
The women are asking a judge to award them monies resulting from the profits of goods sold that their images were used to advertise.They are also asking for punitive damages, special damages, attorney fees and an injunction to stop the companies from using their images in the future.
So far, the defendants have not responded in court to the filing.
Jesse James is taking part in two reality shows this year, but it wasn’t Donald Trump and his “Celebrity Apprentice” that left the tattooed motorcycle enthusiast battered and bruised.
According to the NY Daily News, Jesse chipped his elbow, broke two ribs and was set on fire during the filming of Spike TV’s “Jesse James Is A Dead Man,” something his wife, Sandra Bullock, didn’t seem to mind.
“She loves it,” Jesse told the newspaper. “She tells me every day to go out and a break a leg.”
Jesse’s upcoming new reality show will see the star tackle 10 episodes worth of life-risking challenges including flipping trucks after driving through a landmine-populated field.
“I think for some people, driving on the 405 [freeway in Los Angeles] is like the biggest thrill they ever get in life,” he said. “Life is only a one-lap race, so I want to do everything on that lap to see what it’s like.”
Though the challenges for the show are risky, Jesse said he does not have a death wish.
“Having a death wish is like being that guy who wants to bury himself under 10,000 pounds of dirt in a glass casket. That’s just dumb. That can’t be thrilling,” he told the paper. “Being an adrenaline junkie is just racing and going fast and doing stuff that could kill you, and a lot of people get killed doing it, but here we’re kind of putting the danger right out in the open.”
Jesse also hopes people don’t take the reality show too seriously.
“I hope it comes off lighthearted. I hate those shows like David Blaine’s where it’s like, ‘Oh my God, he’s hanging upside down.’ I’d rather take something super-dangerous and make a joke about it than make a big deal out of something that isn’t even a big deal,” he said.