Sandra Bullock and Jesse James were all smiles at the Vanity Fair Oscars party in 2010. Everyone deals with mistakes differently, and Jesse James certainly has his own way of looking at the past. The divorce scandal engulfed James’s life, which led him to leave Los Angeles and his Hollywood world behind.
The Ocho have arrived. Warner Bros. has just released the first official image of the ensemble of Ocean’s 8 — the all-female spinoff of the Ocean’s Eleven series starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Matt Damon.
Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman is one of the brightest spots in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, a dark superhero spectacle critics and audiences are otherwise split on. Before the Israeli actress lassoed the role though, there was a lengthy list of other lovely ladies in the mix to finally bring Wonder Woman to the big screen (Friday Night Lights’ Adrianne Palicki got the closest, playing the Amazonian in a failed 2011 TV pilot). Here’s a look at those would-be Wonder Women (with the help of some fan-made art).
Feb. 22 is officially National Margarita Day in America, a perfect excuse to blend yourself a frosty beverage later today. It’s also an excellent reason to revisit the 1998 witchcraft romance Practical Magic starring Nicole Kidman, Sandra Bullock, Dianne Wiest, and Stockard Channing as a comely coven of witches who spend the movie hiding their special powers from small-townsfolk, dodging murder charges, and fighting the undead evil spirit of a terrible boyfriend. They also partake in one of the big screen’s most delightful magical midnight margarita-blending scenes, which you can watch above. ...
Hip-hop icon Kanye West is 100 percent serious about running for president in 2020 (even his wife swears it’s true). So we decided to ask the cast of this week’s Our Brand Is Crisis — in which Sandra Bullock stars as an election expert running a presidential campaign in Bolivia — what advice they’d give the 38-year-old musician. Watch their responses above! Billy Bob Thornton didn’t seem to take West’s presidential bid too seriously, making a reference to the time the rapper epically interrupted Taylor Swift’s speech at the 2009 MTV VMAs.
Two years after taking a terrifying journey back from outer space in Gravity, Sandra Bullock has landed in South America. The Oscar-winning actress makes her return to the big screen with the upcoming Our Brand is Crisis (see the trailer above), a political satire based on a 2005 documentary of the same name. Bullock plays a political consultant who is hired by Bolivian president Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada to run his fledgling reelection campaign.
Minions feels right at home in the summer blockbuster season: it's a spin-off sequel with dinosaurs, heists, supervillains, and even some G-strings.