Hayley January 16th, 2009
Like many women, Sandra Bullock, 44, has longed for a child but has not yet fulfilled that dream. Now, the actress — who will soon appear in the comedy All About Steve — will become a full-time mother to 5-year-old Sunny, her stepdaughter with husband Jesse James, 39.
Already close to Sunny — the two are often seen at the playground — Sandra takes on this new responsibility under difficult circumstances: On March 10, Sunny’s mother, former adult film star Janine Lindemulder, 40, will head for federal prison to serve a six-month sentence for income tax evasion. While Janine is behind bars, an Orange County, Calif., court awarded temporary full custody of Sunny to Jesse.
“Sandra will be fantastic as a full-time mom,” says actor Denis O’Hare, her co-star in her upcoming film The Proposal. “Jesse’s daughter is lucky to have Sandra in her life.”
The role of stepmom is not new to Sandra: She’s also close to Jesse’s two older children, daughter Chandler, 13, and son Jesse Jr., 10, from his marriage to Karla James.
“If the court gave Jesse James custody of Sunny, well… that’s her daddy. He should take care of her,” Janine’s aunt, Marjorie Lindemulder, tells OK!. “I just hope and pray for everyone involved.”
As for Sandra, the challenge appears to be a blessing. “I don’t see the difference in having blood-related kids or children who come with your husband,” she said last
spring. “I am very blessed.”
Hayley January 12th, 2009
Sandra Bullock is reportedly set to star in a third film in the ‘Speed’ franchise.
Producers are planning to approach the 44-year-old actress – who shot to fame starring alongside Keanu Reeves in the 1994 action movie – to appear in a follow-up, despite the failure of the original sequel ‘Speed 2: Cruise Control’.
A source said: “Producers are looking at a lot of old franchises in order to secure box office hits and ‘Speed’ is just one of those. Sandra is still a popular star and another ‘Speed’ movie is there for her should she want to do it. It would be a modern twist on the old theme.”
Keanu – who turned down the opportunity to star in the 1997 sequel and was replaced by Jason Patric – recently spoke about the possibility in starring in another movie in the high-octane franchise.
He said: “Never say never, right? Sandra and I could probably do something pretty groovy with that.
“Maybe if we were travelling through Europe, maybe on the Serengeti, and there was some kind of mishap.
“It could be like a world tour. Or maybe we could go to Polynesia and then take us all across the world. Maybe if we shot for like four months and we have like a week off in every country, telling this kind of adventurous story for this couple.”
Hayley November 29th, 2008
Sandra Bullock goes from sweet to sour as a cruel publishing exec. Frank Sinatra sings of love. And lie detection is the name of the Fox game.
The Proposal turns film star Sandra Bullock to dark side
Sandra Bullock, too long the lovable and sweet character in movies, is finally getting to play something that rhymes with “witch.”
In The Proposal, opening June 12, she’s a publishing exec who is incessantly cruel to her assistant (Ryan Reynolds) until she finds that her Canadian citizenship is about to get her deported from the USA. A hasty wedding is arranged. And the groom? The assistant who hates her.
Think of it as Green Card crossed with The Devil Wears Prada.
Director Anne Fletcher (27 Dresses) says she has tried to emphasize the comedy in “romantic comedy.”
“They fight but have a hidden chemistry where they think they hate each other. And he hates her. Rightfully so — she’s just horrible,” Fletcher says. “She gets to be a (expletive), a hard woman. She’s tough and doesn’t take any prisoners.” — Anthony Breznican
Hayley May 23rd, 2008
Cutenews was hacked, so all previous news has been lost. However, today I have added over 100 pictures of Sandra on the set of The Proposal, from 10th, 14th, and 15th April.