Pals Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds can be reunited again.
Sandy deal isn’t closed yet, but both are in talks to lead the voice cast of And Then There Was Gordon, from Reynolds and Allan Loeb’s production shingle, Dark Fire, and 20th Century Fox TV.
The animated comedy project is about an ordinary child surrounded by brainiac siblings. It received a presentation order from Fox, home to Sunday evening’s animation domination block of such shows as The Simpsons and Family Guy. Reynolds and Loeb would co-write the script as well as executive produce. Joining the pair as EPs are Bullock, Steven Pearl and Jonathon Komack Martin.
Informed by The Hollywood Reporter
Despite her high-profile divorce drama, Sandra Bullock has left her baggage behind and is happier than ever.
According to a new People magazine profile, the new mom is back to work on two dramas Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and Gravity, but still putting her son toddler Louis first. “Her No. 1 priority is her son. No. 2 is work,” a source tells the mag.
Stephen Daldry, who is directing Bullock in Extremely Loud, says of the actress, “She was very keen to get back to work. She threw herself in with her usual enthusiasm and energy, and she was very relaxed. She had little Louis with her, and it was a very familial environment on set.”
And even though the last year has apparently been tumultuous for Bullock’s philandering ex-husband, Jesse James the Oscar winner seems to have moved on. “She has so much to offer,” a source tells People. “She has left the baggage of the last year behind, and she’s not carrying it with her. She is ready for the next chapter of her life.”
“She amazes me and everyone else with how she is able to keep her sunny — and funny — ways about her,” a source says. “I’m sure she gets angry, but she doesn’t stay in that place.”
For more, check out the new issue of People, on stands August 12.
I’ve posted a few weeks ago that Warner Bros. was working to get their Oscar hopefuls released in the end of this year, and probably “Extremely Loud…” will be released in December.
So, today the final dates were announced. Stephen Daldry’s “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close“, the adaptation of the Jonathan Safran Foer novel starring Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock, will open in select cities on Dec. 25, and go wide Jan. 20.
Alfonso Cuarón’s space thriller Gravity 3D, starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, has been set for Nov. 12, 2012.
Double the beauty double the fun! Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman premiered their film “The Change Up” in Los Angeles Monday, and one very special woman was the surprise guest of the night: Sandra Bullock! Finally, was about time! Its great to see her attending new events.
You’ll find 60+ HQ pictures in our gallery.
Sandra Bullock is set to star in a new comedy series with Keith Chegwin, Les Dennis and Barry from EastEnders.
According to Mirror, Sandra jets in to the UK this month to film top secret scenes for Ricky Gervais’s Life’s Too Short. The “mockumentary” follows dwarf actor Warwick Davis, 41, who starred in fantasy film Willow, running a talent agency for short people.
Warner Bros. is working to get their biggest movies in order for awards season.
Stephen Daldry’s “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close” it’s set for sometime in December/2011. Based on the book by Jonathan Safran Foer, the story focuses on Oskar Schell, a nine-year-old boy from Manhattan whose father died on 9/11. Two years later, the boy discovers a key belonging to his father, which sends him on a search through the city. Newcomer Thomas Horn will play Oskar, with Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks as his parents, and John Goodman as a doorman who aids Schell on his quest.