Archive for the ‘“The Proposal”’ Category
Added 24 more promotional still of “The Proposal”:
The Proposal (2009): Promotional Stills
Finally I was able to find pictures of “The Proposal” press conference, done last May 31. I wish they were in HQ, it’s so gorgeous…
Public Appearances » 2009: “The Proposal” Press Conference, May 31
In another gallery update, I added 164 new high quality pictures. Sandra looks beautiful and happy in all of it!
Public Appearances » 2009: “The Proposal” LA Premiere, June 01 *updated
Obs: The pictures are untagged, so a link back if reposting is really appreciated.
This night was the big Hollywood premiere of “The Proposal”, at the El Capitan Theatre. I added 33 HQ pictures, and more will come.
Public Appearances » 2009: “The Proposal” LA Premiere, June 1st
The Proposal (out June 19) not only marks Sandra Bullock’s first romantic comedy in nearly five years. It also is the first time the actress, 44, had to shoot a nude scene.
“Sadly, my first and last nude scene got laughs, so I had to be very secure with that,” she said Sunday at the film’s press junket. “It was all about choreography. I mean, literally when you read it on the page, you saw it, and then you realized, ‘OK, there is no way to shoot this unless you are buck naked!’ Then I went, ‘Go to the gym, cut out the carbs!”
Source: US Magazine
I have added a movie still and poster for The Proposal to the gallery.
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