I have added screen captures of the emotional and beautiful movie “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close”, which is coming to DVD/Blu-Ray next March 27 (be sure to pre-order your copy). As far as I love all Sandy’s funny movies, her most dramatical ones are really close to my heart. I didn’t knew this book, and the movie was really touching – with amazing performances (I’m completely in love with Thomas Horn!). Be sure to watch it, if you didn’t yet.
Sandra Bullock and moviemaker Brett Ratner have released a joint statement dismissing rumors of a romance.
The odd couple has been linked in a new In Touch magazine cover article, but Bullock and Ratner insist the report, which suggests the pair was spotted kissing and cuddling at an Oscars party, is all wrong.
“We think that it’s incredibly sad that in these times, this magazine would resort to complete fabrication, solely for financial gain. There is not a shred of accuracy in their story. We have not seen nor spoken to each for over a decade. We both had a great time after the Oscars, just not with each other.”
Sandy attended last Sunday the 84th Annual Academy Awards and I have (late) added the first batch of pictures to the gallery. Gorgeous diva, she looked amazing donning black and white silk gown with gold detailing and draped cowl back by Marchesa. She accessorized the gown with a pair of luxury earrings and statement rings.
Sandy has presented the award for Foreign Language Film at this year’s Oscars, using her speech to showcase her own linguistic skills.
“The Academy is trying something new year … Because there are over in 1.2bn people in China , they have asked me to briefly speak about this category in Mandarin Chinese.
“One quick note, as my mother spoke German to us as we were growing up, my Chinese has a very slight German accent.”
She then launched into a speech – in German. The award for foreign language film went to the Iranian film A Separation.
Check back later for more pictures. A huge thanks to Claudia from Divine Cotillard for some of this pictures.
Sandy looks amazing in Marchesa tonight at the Oscars. Check it:
Warner Bros’ year-end release Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close faced a challenge of being too late and too early — simultaneously. Its late December release and tight post-production schedule meant it wasn’t out in time for many year-end best-of lists, and as a result other films have taken the spotlight during the past month on the awards circuit. At the same time, for some it might be too early for a film that explores the horrors of the 9/11 tragedy. Still, the drama starring Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, Thomas Horn and Max von Sydow did show up on the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Best Picture nominees list. (Warner Bros is promoting von Sydow’s performance with a new featurette that includes new sound bites, behind-the-scenes footage and clips; see it below). Bullock, von Sydow and Horn sat down with Deadline Awards Columnist Pete Hammond for an AwardsLine Q&A following the first industry screening of the film in early December.
So, the nominees for the 84rd Academy Awards was announced a few minutes ago, and Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close got a nod as Best Picture! Max von Sydow got also a nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
Congratulations for cast and crew!