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Let’s review the facts about Sandra Bullock. She’s absolute box office gold. She’s kind of fun and funny and, even more than my beloved Julia, she’s one of the boys about the whole "we’re chill about the fact that we’re super rich making movies" thing, and everyone loves her. Full Story
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Judi Dench was the only Best Actress nominee who did not attend the Nominees Luncheon yesterday. I love that about her. She’s the only one who doesn’t actually give a sh-t. The others most definitely do give a sh-t. Doesn’t mean we can’t love them but we can also say they give a sh-t, right? Cate Blanchett gives a sh-t. Full Story
None of them…really… non? Hated Julia Roberts’s SAG pink pantsuit. Hated the side ruching, hated the colour, hate the fact that it belongs on a reality show second wife and not a Movie Star. Not crazy about Sandra Bullock’s Lanvin either. (And can Giuliana Rancic please learn how to pronounce is properly? It’s not LON-VONN. Full Story
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Hated Sandra Bullock’s dress last night at the Critics’ Choice Awards. The colour was fine. The ruffle-tiering, however, is 10 years old. Go into any Midnight Elegance, Apparel For Any Occasion shoppe at your local mall and you’ll find a dress like this. I don’t give a sh-t if it’s Lanvin. Full Story
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My cousin Cat and I used to scrounge up our change when we were kids and hit the corner for popsicles in the summer. If we were broke, we’d go for a simple 20 cent banana pop. If we were flush, we’d splurge on the rocket pops – three flavours, extra large, 50 cents each. We loved our rocket pops even though we could never finish them before they’d melt into sticky messes all over our hands before we got home. Full Story
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There were some major players at the Palm Springs Film Festival this weekend. As Tom Hanks said at the event, “The holidays have come to an end but for some the celebrity mule train is just beginning”. Oscar nominations voting ends on Wednesday (and will be announced next Thursday) and since many Oscar voters live in Palm Springs, it’s always an opportunity for one last hustle to get their names on the ballot. Full Story
2013 is looking a lot like 2009 for Sandra Bullock. In 2009 The Proposal was a summer box office hit and The Blind Side was a fall winner and then she was named Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainer of the Year. After that… Oscar.
In 2013 The Heat was a big summer release, Gravity is doing great in the fall, and she’s been named Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainer of the Year. Once again, she’s a contender for Best Actress. Meryl Streep is also a contender this year. And she was also a contender in 2009/10, along with Helen Mirren, Gabourey Sidibe, and Carey Mulligan.
Remember when Sandra Bullock adopted a baby during award season and no one found out? One of the best examples that you can keep your sh-t tight when you want to in Hollywood. Read Full Intro
Have you seen The Heat? Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy fell in love with each other in The Heat. And it shows. They have great admiration for each other. They are generous with each other, in every single scene. There’s no doubt that they adore each other. And, as you’re watching, you adore them for it. Full Story
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Matthew McConaughey can smell it. Last night he was honoured with the Hollywood Actor Award at the Hollywood Film Awards. As you know, McConaughey’s work in Killer Joe and Mud, followed by his performance in Dallas Buyers Club, is being called the best of his career, considered, by some, to be worth of an Oscar nomination. Full Story
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Holy sh--------t. Sometimes someone looks so good you want to punch yourself in the face. Picture me pile-driving myself over and over again. Because Sandra Bullock, tonight in London at the premiere of Gravity, is f-cking amazing...at any age, and she's almost 50. We did a thing on The Social a couple of weeks ago about a recent study that revealed that most people think that 50 is the ideal age and all of us were like, really? Bullsh-t. Full Story
Gravity broke the October box office record for a non-sequel this weekend. It’s great news for movie stars. And it’s great news for Sandra Bullock, who is a real movie star. Sandy’s 2013/2014 is looking a lot like her 2009/2010 – hit comedy in the summer (The Proposal/The Heat) followed by a commercially successful drama in the fall (The Blind Side/Gravity) and then…on to Oscar?
If Cate Blanchett and Meryl Streep have locked down the first two nomination spots (and, right now, it seems inconceivable that they won’t be there in March), Gravity’s success means Sandy’s running a very close third in the race. Given how popular she is, Sandy’s also good for Oscar ratings. Not bad for a woman who’s turning 50 next year. Read Full Intro
Maybe it’s because we have our own house now, but I’ve never been as into House Porn as I am now. Also, I have no eye for interiors. It’s weird because when it comes to clothing, I know exactly what I want. When it comes to where I live and what that could look like…no idea. Full Story
Sandra Bullock covers the new issue of VOGUE. You know Sandy’s one of my favourites but I can’t say this is the most memorable interview ever. By design. Sandy’s not all that gossipy, you know? There was a Big Gossip Story that happened to her, sure, but Sandy in her own space? She actively avoids it. Full Story
George Clooney is in Vancouver working on Tomorrowland. It’s a Disney movie sort of maybe about Disney directed by Brad Bird. The other night he went out to a sushi restaurant and made the reservation under Mr Sanchez. Ha. Here are some exclusive photos of Clooney on the first day of shooting in Vancouver yesterday. Full Story