Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock dance on an oversized piano

Character Posters: ‘Gravity

New Clip: ‘Gravity' - Oct 4 

This is part of the footage screened at Comic-Con. It appears Cuaron and co. will be releasing two more clips/trailers today as well.

New Image: Sandra Bullock in ‘Gravity' | USA Today

New Image: Sandra Bullock in ‘Gravity' | USA Today

The Oscar winner would play Miss Hannigan opposite Quvenzhane Wallis and Jamie Foxx

Trailer: ‘Gravity' - Oct. 4

Directed by Alfonso Cuaron, written by Alfonso and Jonas Cuaron, starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock.

Talk about catching you off guard. This is certainly a captivating trailer, though I’m not sure what the premise of an ensuing 90-minute+ movie would be.

It’s not about romance or anything. I wanted it to be kind of groundbreaking in that way because I feel like so much stuff for women always has to have, “Okay, we have to have some nod to the ladies.” Nah, nobody is desperately trying to find a boyfriend, or is upset about this or that. It’s cool to play two women characters who are just great at what they do; them being women doesn’t affect anything really other than that these are two funny women.
Director Paul Feig on his new Melissa McCarthy/Sandra Bullock buddy cop comedy. (Yes, please.) Here’s the trailer. (via entertainmentweekly)
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Trailer: ‘The Heat' - April 5

Directed by Paul Feig, starring Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, Demian Bichir, Tony Hale, Taran Killam, Thomas F. Wilson, and Michael Rapaport.

(via Collider)

Trailer: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - Dec 25th

Directed by Stephen Daldry, written by Eric Roth. Starring Thomas Horn, Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, Viola Davis, JOhn Goodman, Jeffrey Wright, and James Gandolfini. 

Kudos to Scott Rudin and Warner Bros. for taking on this film - a feel good 9/11 drama resting on the shoulders of a child actor is a huge gamble. The trailer puts it in a wondrous light but leaves the young Horn’s full talents and the cohesion of the thing up in the air. That said, the location shooting looks gorgeous and the talent collected is top notch. Is it Oscar bait or Oscar glory?

(via Collider)

Mr. BRAINWASH Photobomb (via sergioh)

Mr. BRAINWASH Photobomb (via sergioh)

Sandra Bullock, fire your make up artist.

Unpopular opinion? What do I know about make up?

In one of the more exceptional cast-attached movie packages to come along in awhile, Universal Pictures has acquired an untitled comedy that will be written and directed by Michael Patrick King and star Meryl Streep, Sandra Bullock and Oprah Winfrey. 

It’s an ensemble comedy set in the world of a Home Shopping-type network, where characters make their way through the maze of mania that surrounds marketing, marriages and the media.

The film will be produced by Scott Stuber through his Stuber Pictures banner. King, who wrote and directed two Sex and the City films after he exec produced the HBO series, told me that as he was looking to create his next vehicle, met with Stuber and they sparked to the idea for a comedy with well-drawn relationships that could draw a top-notch female cast. King decided to aim high.