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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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(Scans) Vanity Fair Italy

Jan 6th, 2016
Luciana

The January issue of italian Vanity Fair magazine has reprinted the People’s article introducing us Sandy daughter Laila. You can find HQ scans added in our gallery:

(Scan) 25 Most Intriguing People of 2015

Dec 14th, 2015
Luciana

Our gallery was updated with digital scan of current People magazine, which bring on their pages the 25 Most Intriguing People of 2015. Sandy is listed as True Beauty.

The actress’ world – and heart – just got a whole lot bigger with the adoption of her 3 1/2 year-old daughter Laila, a little girl from Louisiana who had been in foster care. The Oscar-winner’s 5-year-old son Louis, whom she adopted in 2010, “spearheaded this whole journey” says Bullock, 51. “I think I was ready for her before she even arrived, and he knew exactly what to do as a big brother.” So how does the star now define family? “Those who show up, who are safe, and love, and protect you,” she says. “My family looks nothing like I ever imagined it would. It’s better than I ever imagined.”

(Scans) People Magazine

Dec 5th, 2015
Luciana

Scans of current People magazine issue, featuring Sandra and her beautiful family, are now added in our gallery.

Meet Laila, Sandra Bullock’s adorable daughter!

Dec 2nd, 2015
Luciana

Sandra is a mom again! The current issue of People magazine brings Sandra and her family on cover, revealing that she has adopted a daughter, 3½-year-old Laila (pronounced Lila), a little girl from Louisiana who had been in foster care.

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The process of expanding her family began three years ago, with Louis helping to lead the way.

“Louis spearheaded this whole journey,” she says, and while the two siblings have since formed an inseparable bond, Bullock says the first stages of bringing Laila home required patience and plenty of reassurance.

“I knew she was scared, and all I wanted was for her to know Louis and I weren’t going anywhere,” she says of her daughter, who has brought “pink and glitter in the house mixed with Legos and Batmans.”

Check back later for scans and more photos. Congratulations for the beautiful family, Sandra!

Sandra Bullock on Hollywood Sexism, Pay Disparity and ‘The Worst Experience’ of Her Career

Nov 11th, 2015
Luciana

As part of this week’s Variety cover story on income disparity for women in Hollywood, Sandra Bullock spoke about the first time she became aware that she was being treated differently at work because of her gender. As Bullock recalled, it was on the set of a movie she made 10 years ago, which she didn’t name. :”It was the worst experience I ever had,” Bullock said. Read her full story below.

Sandra Bullock: It’s a bigger issue than money. I know we’re focused on the money part right now. That’s just a byproduct. I keep saying, “Why is it that no one is standing up and saying you can’t say that about a woman?” We’re mocked and judged in the media and articles. Really, how men are described in articles versus women, there’s a big difference. I always make a joke: “Watch, we’re going to walk down the red carpet, I’m going to be asked about my dress and my hair while the man standing next to me will be asked about his performance and political issues.” Once we start shifting how we perceive women and stop thinking about them as “less than,” the pay disparity will take care of itself. There’s a much bigger issue at hand. I’m glad Hollywood got caught.

But Hollywood has always been at the forefront of pioneering a new road and a new movement. So it’s a blessing that they got caught, and there are a lot of outspoken, narcissistic actors like myself who are very happy to talk about the issue and keep it alive.

My mother basically raised me as, “Women can do everything men can do. Don’t get married. Blaze your own trail.” And I didn’t think others thought any differently. I always thought we are all equal, and we are. I was actually doing a film about 10 years ago, and I found myself yelling and being angry. And I was like, “What is happening to me?” I was literally fearful. And I realized, it’s because I’m female. It dawned on me. At that day and age, at that point in my career, it was the worst experience I ever had.

I was destroyed, because you can’t unsee something. Was I so naïve up to this point to actually think that I was on an equal level with everybody? It was the way I was being treated, because I was female, versus the way others were being treated. It took me a while. It took a year and a half, where I regrouped, and thought, “Okay, this is an isolated case.” I’ve had other subtle experiences, but nothing that blatant. It was a big eye opener, because it wasn’t just men on women. A lot if came from women as well. The blessing of that film was that it opened my eyes.

I was just happy to be working, so you take it, especially in this business. Only like 1 or 2 percent of us get to do this job. I’m not money oriented. I lucked into money most of the time. But money is the byproduct of everything. How do you explain to your son that the ERA hasn’t passed? I want him to think I’m the boss and women are equal, but I can’t really support that in the outside world. I hope in my lifetime, for him, everything is a level-playing field. We can hope.

“Our Brand Is Crisis” Promo Videos Megapost

Oct 31st, 2015
Luciana

During the past week Sandra did several interviews to promote Our Brand is Crisis. I’m going to place them all on this post, you can check the “read more” link to have access to them all.

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