14 posts categorized "SANDRA BULLOCK"

Apr 03 2014
Need To Know: Here Comes The Judd, Gravity Levity, Groupie Sex, Nun Nonsense + MORE! Comments (0)

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*widget boy cultureMcFly's Harry Jud has the perfect body, isn't shy to go nude. SUPERMAN

*widget boy cultureAlternate ending to Sandra Bullock's earnest Gravity.

*widget boy cultureJames Franco was dying to bang a 17-year-old fan.

*widget boy cultureScott & Chris Evans are double the trouble.

*widget boy cultureAnother Fort Hood shooting claims multiple lives. HarveyMilkStamp

*widget boy cultureBreitbart writer calls for Americans to commit genocide.

*widget boy cultureHarvey Milk U.S. postage stamp unveiled.

*widget boy culturePremature (?) Lady Gaga obit.

*widget boy cultureHedy Lamarr & son on To Tell the Truth, complete with ads.

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*widget boy cultureNebraskan high schooler will get to read his pro-gay speech after all. Vtcn-radio

*widget boy cultureNew college prez is a Confederate. It's still 2014.

*widget boy cultureVTCAN RADIO's "Riddle Song" is a true enigma.

*widget boy cultureModel Louis Lemaire is stuh-RIKING.

*widget boy cultureA shirtless Brian Shimansky is, too.

*widget boy cultureShe was a star's personal assistant...and it sucked.

*widget boy cultureIf J.O. made you gay, I'd be having sex with even more straight men.

*widget boy cultureGwyneth & Scott had an open marriage.

*widget boy cultureReal Housewives Sonja & LuAnn are like Laurel & Hardy, with no fat one:

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Jun 29 2013
Bosom Buddies: Chatting With Sandra Bullock & Melissa McCarthy + A Review Of THE HEAT Comments (0)

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending a press conference with Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, stars of the new comedy hit The Heat, as well as the film's writer, Katie Dippold (Parks & Recreation) and its almost embarrassingly accomplished director, Paul Feig (Bridesmaids, Freaks & Geeks, The Office, the list goes on).

6a00d8341c2ca253ef0192ab6a8cf5970d-550wiAs I arrived, Bullock was just inside the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton saying hello to a woman who had apparently been hanging around to meet-and-greet her. She is pencil-thin and model-gorgeous in person, and was graciously trying to get the woman to stop standing in the heat (ironically) for hours to see her.

The other Heat, the movie, is about two law-enforcement officers (Bullock and McCarthy) who have to learn to work together in order to bust a major drug ring, one that has ensnared McCarthy's no-good brother. McCarthy's character is tenacious, completely not by-the-book, violent, blunt, devious. Somehow, she makes her likable in a way she failed to do with her Identity Theft character. Bullock plays an uptight FBI agent whose prowess on the job doesn't lead to promotions because she's annoying. You'd have to be pretty annoying for it to hold you back in the FBI, but she really is. And like McCarthy, she nimbly makes annoying likable.

I could almost have gone with the movie—how often do you see a movie in which a white cop beats a black culprit with a watermelon, only to have it turn into a knowing mini-rant about how it's racist?—if only the construct weren't so formulaic; the performances are enough to make it fun, and I wouldn't be surprised nor would I be judgmental if most viewers ate the whole thing up.

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Jun 21 2013
WIN IT: Amazing THE HEAT Prize Pack! Comments (10)

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Enter to Win a The Heat Prize Pack! (The Heat Prize Pack includes: one The Heat t-shirt,  one The Heat handfan and one The Heat movie poster!)

To enter, comment this post with your favorite Sandra Bullock movie. I'll pick a winner at random on July 1 at 5PM ET. U.S. residents only. Good luck!

20th Century Fox Presents

The Heat

Uptight FBI Special Agent Sarah Ashburn (Sandra Bullock) and foul-mouthed Boston cop Shannon Mullins (Melissa McCarthy) couldn’t be more incompatible. But when they join forces to bring down a ruthless drug lord, they become the last thing anyone expected: buddies. From Paul Feig, director of Bridesmaids.
 
Starring Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, Demian Birchir, Marlon Wayans, Michael Rapaport, Spoken Reasons, Tom Wilson, Joey McIntyre, Bill Burr, Jane Curtin, and Nate Corddry.
 
The Heat opens in theaters everywhere June 28!

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY
20th Century Fox and their affiliates accept no responsibility or liability in connection with any loss or accident incurred in connection with use of a prize. Prizes cannot be exchanged, transferred or redeemed for cash, in whole or in part. We are not responsible if, for any reason, recipient is unable to use his/her prize in whole or in part. Participating sponsors, their employees, and family members and their agencies are not eligible.  Void where prohibited. Open to legal residents of the U.S., 18 years of age and older.  Winners will be randomly selected.  Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received.
 
Jul 22 2010
Ladies' Man Comments (5)
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From In Touch (August 2, 2010): "Should Renée be JEALOUS of Sandra?" I know people buy this stuff, but...do people also buy it? 
 
Apr 13 2010
What's Next, Finding Out He Killed Natalee Holloway? Comments (10)
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Remember when Radar was a pointless magazine? Yeah, well, it's quite the little gossip scooper these days as a Web site. The latest is their unearthing of a nasty, anti-gay e-mail from Jesse James to a former employee from a few years back. I feel bad for Sandra Bullock, too, but let's see...sex addict, white supremacist, homophobe...how does this not, at some point, reflect on her in some way? He might not have been cheating in front of her, but was the racial and anti-gay stuff really done in out of the way motels, too? 
 
Mar 07 2010
Thinking The Academy: Oscars Live Blogging Comments (10)

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First-ever Best Picture Oscar winner Wings

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Wow, The Hurt Locker wins it all...and it wasn't even the most successful film ever made, nor did it rake in over $100 million in its opening weekend (or ever)!

Deserved.

The show was...slow. And uninspiring. But as always, unmissable.

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"The time has come..."

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Barbra Streisand is rocking the schoolmarm look and seems ultrapleased to be handing the first-ever Best Director Oscar to a woman...even if it's not to Barbra Streisand. (TERRIBLE CAMERA WORK is keeping us from seeing the money shots when these people win at times...and playing her off to "I Am Woman" = lame!)

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First Best Actress Oscar winner Janet Gaynor

11:47PM ET

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After Oprah's speech, it almost seemed like Gabourey might sneak up on the front-runners and win the thing! Meryl Streep's intro by Stanley Tucci is hilarious.

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But—as expected—Sandra Bullock takes the prize and gives a speech as cute and as eventually heart-tugging as any ever given. Plus she gives a shout-out to not discriminating against people based on sexual orientation.

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Sandra Bullock sure looks pretty...and pretty nervous! She seems like such a good person. This would be what gives her the Oscar if she wins it, 'cuz even if she was amazing in The Blind Side, Meryl Streep is amazing in everything. (Even Prime!)

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First Best Actor winner Emil Jannings

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Loved the actors' remembrances before each of the Best Actors' names were announced, though they ran a bit long and how embarrassing that they couldn't get anyone better for Renner than Colin Farrell due to their co-starring stint in S.W.A.T. No one could top Pfeiffer's tribute to Jeff Bridges (please remind me all the amazing films he's made?), but I sure wish this one had gone to Colin Firth!

Ah, to be handed an Oscar by Kate Winslet...imagine?

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Oh, that's right...The Last Picture Show (but I refuse to count Starman) 

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The Winners Take It All Comments (2)
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I'm gonna go with The Hurt Locker, Bigelow, Bullock (though Streep feels like she's been surging lately), Bridges, Mo'Nique, Waltz.

But I wouldn't be shocked by Avatar, Bigelow, Streep, Bridges, Mo'Nique, Waltz.

 
And The Winner Is..."Fuck This!" Comments (6)

Billy Eichner would have made a good Oscars host...!