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 …?”
Treat yourself this holiday season and fall in love with the witty romantic comedy “All About Steve” when it debuts on Blu-ray Disc (BD) and DVD December 22 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Golden Globe-nominee Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper star in this off-the-wall comedy about a blind date gone hilariously wrong. When eccentric, but lovable, Mary gets set up with Steve, a news channel cameraman, she falls hard. He does not. Mary decides to follow Steve on a cross-country hunt for breaking news and soon finds herself entangled in the story. But despite the media storm surrounding her, Mary may just discover her true place in the world… and the man of her dreams! From director Phil Traill and produced by Sandra Bullock, the film also stars Thomas Haden Church, Ken Jeong, Keith David and Kerri Kenney.
The “All About Steve” two-disc Blu-ray Disc has high definition features including a hilarious parody with behind-the-scenes interviews by cast member Kerri Kenney. Additional bonus material includes cast and crew commentary, deleted scenes, a gag reel, an a capella duet with Bradley Cooper and Ken Jeong, crew snapshots to Mary’s rap, Fox Movie Channel presents Casting Session, and Digital Copy for download onto portable devices.
The “All About Steve” DVD includes cast and crew commentary, “Hollywood Dish with Mina Mitcheletti” featurette, “All About All About Steve,” deleted scenes, a gag reel, and crew snapshots to Mary’s rap.
I added several new pictures to our gallery today, mostly from ‘on set’ of some Sandy movies. Replaced the mq tagged from “Infamous”, added 135 new HQ pictures from “The Proposal” and cute ones from “All About Steve”. Also, added HQ captures of “The Proposal” trailer.
Movies » Infamous (2006): On Set – April 12, 2005
Movies » All About Steve (2009): On Set – June 12, 2008
Movies » The Proposal (2009): On Set – June 06, 2008
Movies » The Proposal (2009): Official Trailer Screencaptures
It can be crazy but my news alerts just didn’t me alert about her appearance on Conan, last September 03. Just downloaded the episode, and made caps for you.
Talk Shows & Interviews: The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien
Watch it here, in case you missed it:
To say Sandra Bullock’s All About Steve got bad reviews, it to say the Titanic hit choppy water.
Really, really, really terrible reviews or no, All About Steve avoided disaster, grossing an estimated and respectable $11.2 million Friday-Sunday, Box Office Mojo reported, and taking second at the box office to The Final Destination, last weekend’s 3D champ, which led with $12.4 million.
On Rotten Tomatoes, All About Steve’s Tomatometer reading was 5 percent. Five percent. If you turn on a camera, and film a wall and/or make The Dukes of Hazzard, you can rate a Tomatometer reading higher than 5 percent.
Maybe goodwill did it? All About Steve, not only starred Bullock, hot off The Proposal, but Bradley Cooper, hot off The Hangover.
While All About Steve wasn’t a bomb, it wasn’t a career highlight, either. It’s Bullock’s lowest-grossing wide-release movie since 2002’s Murder By Numbers.
What do you get when you sit down with three, oops, make that four, of the funniest actors in Hollywood? Total craziness.
Sandra Bullock, Thomas Haden Church and Bradley Cooper sat down to chat with the Dish Rag about their new comedy “All About Steve.” It started out smoothly enough. Ken Jeong was MIA because he was reportedly working. But suddenly Ken showed up!
“This is the piece of the puzzle!” Sandra screamed, hugging him.
All About Steve (2009) » Online Interviews: The Envelope’s LA Times