Sandra attended a special screening of “The Heat” in London yesterday. The first photos are added in our gallery.
THR is reporting that Sandra is in talks for the “Annie” remake.
Will Smith and Jay-Z are producing the update of the classic comic strip-turned-musical.
Sandra Bullock is in early talks to join Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhane Wallis in Annie, the update of the classic comic strip-turned-musical that Sony is making with producers Will Smith and Jay-Z.
But that is only if a deal is made. Bullock and the studio were in talks in March, but the actress ultimately passed at the time. Now the two sides are back at the table.
Carol Burnett memorably played the role in the 1982 movie.
Will Gluck is directing the project, which has a host of producers: Smith and his Overbrook Entertainment partners James Lassiter and Jada Pinkett-Smith are joined by Jay-Z, Jay Brown and Tyran “Ty Ty” Smith through Marcy Media.
Sony is eyeing a late fall production start for an anticipated 2014 release.
First of all, my name is Lindsey and I’m going to help out Luciana at Adoring Sandra Bullock. Entertainment Tonight released an interview from 2000 with Sandra on set of “Miss Congeniality” as part of their Summer Movie Guide series.
Before Sandra Bullock teams up with the uproarious Melissa McCarthy as an FBI agent in The Heat, let’s take a trip back to 2000 to another film in which she worked for the FBI: Miss Congeniality.
In the film, which has since become one of Bullock’s best known, she plays an undercover agent posing as a beauty pageant participant. The humor stems from her character’s (“Gracie Hart”) difficulty refining herself from a tomboy into an elegant model.
I added scans of F*** Magazine and US Weekly, both from May, talking about ‘The Heat‘. Check it:
After years of waiting, the first footage from Alfonso Cuaron’s first film since “Children of Men,” “Gravity,” is now online. In a teaser for the full trailer, which drops tomorrow, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney face outer space peril when their shuttle is destroyed.
Even in the brief clip, you can already see the impressive effects work that has taken a long time to perfect. (MTV)