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Sandra Bullock is widely known as one of Hollywood's top actresses, starring in countless films including Speed, Miss Congeniality, Gravity and The Blind Side, for which she scored a best actress Oscar. Supporting Bullock's career since 2002, Adoring Sandra is where you can find information about the America Sweetheart and all of her films, an extensive photo gallery and much, much more. Enjoy your stay!
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“Our Brand is Crisis” Screencaptures

Feb 8th, 2016
Luciana

Our Brand is Crisis was released in DVD and Blu-Ray last February 2nd, and you can also buy it on demand on Amazon and iTunes.

The film is inspired by Rachel Boynton’s 2005 documentary which featured famed campaign maestro James Carville and his participation in an actual Bolivian election. The main role, here played by Sandra Bullock as “Calamity” Jane Bodine, was originally written for a man in Peter Straughn’s screenplay but changed to a woman when Bullock expressed interest in the part to producers George Clooney and Grant Heslov. The film is also co-starred by Billy Bob Thornton, Anthony Mackie, Joaquim de Almeida, Zoe Kazan and Ann Dowd.

You will find now screencaptures added in our gallery:


Gallery Update | While You Were Sleeping

Feb 8th, 2016
Ali

If you can’t tell I am having fun finding new images to share with you guys! If I had to pick a favorite role of Sandra’s I would have to say it is probably that of Lucy Moderatz in the film While You Were Sleeping! Enjoy these fun new stills!

Gallery Update | Miss Congeniality Stills

Jan 29th, 2016
Ali

Added a bunch of stills to the gallery from Sandra’s film “Miss Congeniality” where she starred as Gracie Hart … enjoy the pics! I know they brought back fun moments from the film for me!

Scans from the March issue of Total Film

Jan 20th, 2016
Ali

Scans have been added to the gallery from the March issue of Total Film.

New Promotional Stills from “The Heat”

Jan 19th, 2016
Ali

Hello! My name is Ali and I am going to be helping Luciana out here at Adoring Sandra Bullock … I have added seventeen new HQ stills from Sandy’s film “The Heat” where she co-starred with the fabulous Melissa McCarthy! Enjoy the pictures.

Sandra Bullock on Why She Hates Selfies: ‘We’re Not Representing Our Lives Truthfully’

Jan 18th, 2016
Ali

Recently Sandra spoke with The Times UK about her new project Our Brand Is Crisis. During the discussion she talked about how she hates selfies.

She might be America’s sweetheart, but even Sandra Bullock has her limits – especially when it comes to social media.

The Our Brand Is Crisis star, 51, says she cringes at the idea of posting a slew of happy selfies for the world to “like,” because the image they project simply isn’t reality.

“We’re not representing our lives truthfully,” she tells U.K.’s The Times. “Like when you’re yelling at your child, you’re not taking a selfie of you being a horrible parent. No, you’re waiting for the perfect selfie. ‘Do I look thinner now?’ ‘Do I look great?’ It’s this false projection of one’s life. Hollywood has now gone global. Everyone’s Hollywood now.”

Bullock, who recently adopted daughter Laila, 3 ½ (she joins brother joins son Louis, who turns 6 this month), turns up her nose at the idea of the “selfie generation.”

“I hate taking selfies,” she says. “I will not take a selfie that I can’t erase. I don’t post or do any of that stuff.”

But that doesn’t mean the star is against taking family snapshots – privately.

Last week, the mother of two picked up a People’s Choice Award for favorite movie actress, and told the audience she keeps a trove of family videos on her smartphone. (She explained that Louis thought he should get an acting award for his starring role in the home movies.)

Bullock also told The Times that in the age of oversharing, less can often mean so much more.

“People have these worlds they post and it’s about projecting an image and getting likes,” she explains. “I read a great article about how there’s a higher rate of depression because people are looking at everyone else’s Facebook [pages] and seeing this picture-perfect life.

“I think it’s frightening for kids and young people developing who they are to have that false sense of acceptance based on an image,” she continued. “How do you unravel that when it’s being pushed hard?”

(Source)

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