Sandra attended today the AFI Awards luncheon held at the Four Seasons Hotel. She was there to celebrate her film Gravity, which was chosen as one of the best of 2013 by AFI.
Sandy wore a Burberry sweater and skirt, Brian Atwood shoes, and a beautiful EF Collection bracelet. Check pictures:
Over 140 HQ images of Sandra at last night’s 2014 People’s Choice Awards are added in our gallery. She looks simply stunning in a Peter Pilotto dress and Kurt Geiger shoes. Sandy received 4 awards: Favorite Comedic Actress, Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress, Favorite Movie Actress and Favorite Movie Duo (with “Gravity” co-star George Clooney). “Gravity” took home Best Dramatic Movie and “The Heat” received Best Comedic Movie.
Earlier today the nominations for the 2014 BAFTA Awards were announced and “Gravity” leads the field with eleven nominations.
Sandra got her own as Best Actress, (with Cate Blanchett, Amy Adams, Judi Dench and Emma Thompson being the other nominees). The film is also nominated as Best Film, Director, Best British Film and Best Original Screenplay, among the other categories.
The BAFTAs will be held on February 16th.
I hope you’re having a really nice holidays season! This update should have come a few days ago, as a Christmas gift, but life got me busy. You can consider it as a late gift, tho.
I have over 300 HQ pictures from different events Sandy attended this year, including some we only had in mq-sized. It’s the first update today (other nice ones are coming tonight), so enjoy:
The inside look from Warner Bros. at how they filmed the genre-bending outer space film features Bullock practicing space choreography in her now-infamous tank top on a soundstage, Clooney discussing the screenplay, and the producers talking about the visual effects and technology the film uses so seamlessly.
The January issue of Empire Magazine has 2 pages on their ‘Oscar Special’ featuring Gravity, and you can find scans up in the gallery:
The two actors were in fact very rarely together on stage, given Cuaro?n’s strictly pre-vized, physically restrictive, virtual- environment approach. “In some instances there was no George!” the director reveals — even when on screen Ryan was with his Matt Kowalski. “But we tried to adapt the technology for them to be together, [especially when] it was about eyes, them looking at each other. But physically there is only so far you can move bodies before they feel uncomfortable and you feel the strain and the gravity. We’d say, ‘Well you have to understand, Sandra, that George’s face is not going to be here, it’s going to be here.’ Even in the moments they were together there was all this kind of abstraction. What we did was rehearse the chemistry first so they got it and were just trying to replicate it through the whole thing.”