As expected, Sandy won. I am too excited and happy for her. She really deserved the recognition!
Pictures are coming soon! Congratulations, Sandy!
Sandy just arrives at the Kodak Theater for the Oscar ceremony. Here’s the first picture:
You can expect more during the night:
Bullock, up for an Academy Award for her work in “The Blind Side,” won the Razzie for her role in “All About Steve.”
“Something tells me you all didn’t watch the film,” Sandra Bullock said as she accepted the Razzie Award as worst actress of 2009 for “All About Steve” at the Barnsdall Gallery Theater in Hollywood on Saturday night. “I thought no one went to see this film, but I know that there are more than 700 members here. That means that the majority of the 700 cast their vote, so that means 352 …?”
Last March 02nd, ABC shows an Oscar special featuring the nominees for best actor/actress in a leading and supporting role. It was a segment about they before being famous.
Sandy’s segment shows a video where she was cheerleading. You can read here at our press archive an article about her, and watch the video below
I would like to apologize for the huge lack of updates here. I had a lot of personal issues including health, work, family, and unfortunately everything that is considered as hobby was put on hold. Things are going to back on trails so, let’s to the party:
Sandra attended some events last month, and I’ve added 400+ HQ pictures to the gallery, as you can see below:
Appearances > 2010 > 25th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival – February 05
Appearances > 2010 > “Late Show With David Letterman” – February 08
Appearances > 2010 > 82nd Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon – February 15
Appearances > 2010 > 41st NAACP Image Awards – February 26
Multimedia and scans will be added tonight.
Sandra Bullock wouldn’t reveal where she was on nomination day — “I like the privacy of our home bubble,” she said of her California hideaway — but was awakened by a phone call telling her she had snagged a best actress nomination for “The Blind Side.” Despite her wins from SAG and the Golden Globes, she still didn’t think she would hear her name, so the night before it was her usual routine: cooking for her family, putting her kids to bed and then hitting the sack. “I’d always assumed that the road to Oscar was planned. I thought people chose projects that were considered ‘Oscar-worthy.’ No one wanted to make this film. I didn’t want to make this film for the better part of the year,” she said. “Everyone is as blindsided — can I say that? — as I am.” But as surprised as she was, Bullock said the most moving part of the morning was hearing that her movie got a best picture nomination. “That’s what makes me emotional. John Lee Hancock spent two years of his life on something that no one else saw. And now he’s been recognized!” She added: “I love that there’s 10 nominees. It doesn’t matter if they win, but I think it’s great that everyone gets their moment in the sun.”
Source: The Hollywood Reporter