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Sandra Bullock

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  • Summer box office: Five lessons to take away from a record season

    Summer box office: Five lessons to take away from a record season
    "R.I.P.D." was D.O.A. and "The Lone Ranger" was unable to lasso moviegoers. Yet at summer's end, Hollywood is riding happily off into the sunset thanks to an unexpected number of $100-million-plus hits that drove the seasonal box office to a record....
  • Kate Upton named model of the year, covers Vanity Fair

    Kate Upton named model of the year, covers Vanity Fair
    Kate Upton has been named model of the year and will pick up her pretty prize Wednesday at the 10th annual Style Awards that kick off New York's Mercedes-Benz Fashion week. Reality-star-turned-fashion designer Nicole Richie will host the event, which...
  • From 'Gravity' to '12 Years a Slave,' film fare gets serious in fall

    From 'Gravity' to '12 Years a Slave,' film fare gets serious in fall
    Lost at sea, lost in space, lost children, lost freedom, lost homeland, lost money, lost identity, lost jobs, lost hope, lost faith, lost lives: This fall, this is film. This is serious. I can't wait. September always brings a change in the...
  • 'Gravity' takes Alfonso Cuaron and crew on a tricky joy ride

     'Gravity' takes Alfonso Cuaron and crew on a tricky joy ride
    The biggest obstacle to making Alfonso Cuarón's space epic "Gravity" was the natural phenomenon itself. The Mexican director, along with his longtime cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, visual effects supervisor Tim Webber and a crew that numbered in...
  • TIFF 2013: Sandra Bullock calls making 'Gravity' 'lonely'

    TIFF 2013: Sandra Bullock calls making 'Gravity' 'lonely'
    TORONTO -- By now the back story to “Gravity,” Alfonso Cuaron’s escape-from-space action piece that hits theaters next month -- is becoming almost as striking as the film itself. There was the possible involvement of several stars --...
  • Jordana Brewster and her husband welcome baby son via surrogate

    Jordana Brewster and her husband welcome baby son via surrogate
    Jordana Brewster, the "Dallas" actress who plays Mia in the "Fast & Furious" franchise, has welcomed a baby son with her husband, producer Andrew Form. The little boy, who according to People was born via surrogate, is named Julian Brewster-Form. "The...
  • TIFF 2013: Proclaimers' 'Sunshine on Leith' makes fest hearts fly

    TIFF 2013: Proclaimers' 'Sunshine on Leith'  makes fest hearts fly
    TORONTO -- How far would you walk for a fun screening? Would you walk 500 miles? And if you were told you were only halfway there, would you walk 500 more?   I know, I know, too easy. But it's an appropriate question to ask for "Sunshine on Leith." The...
  • Amid Obama presidency, films take major leap in facing race head-on

    Amid Obama presidency, films take major leap in facing race head-on
    TORONTO — Watching Steve McQueen's achingly brilliant "12 Years a Slave" at the Toronto International Film Festival, I was struck by many things. The film's artistry — script, performances, imagery — is significant. The movie is...
  • Zurich Film Festival Unveils Lineup

    The Zurich Film Festival has announced their 2013 lineup, which features 122 films from 27 countries, 22 debut films and 16 world premieres. "We want to grow at a healthy and moderate pace," said Nadja Schildknecht, one of the festival's directors. "A...
  • ‘Gravity’: New trailer out, James Cameron praises space thriller

     
    The first full-length trailer for Alfonso Cuarón's space thriller “Gravity” is out today, revealing more back story for Sandra Bullock's […]...
  • TIFF 2013: 'Labor Day' has Jason Reitman toiling anew

    TORONTO -- Over his first four films, Jason Reitman became known for sharply observed social comedy — a look at modern teenagers in over their heads (“Juno”), or a road-warrior corporate downsizer with a surprisingly poetic view of his...
  • '12 Years a Slave,' 'American Hustle' Lead Golden Globes Nominations

    While "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" (with seven noms each in the the 71st annual Golden Globes) had the most reason to celebrate, the biggest adrenaline rushes were for "Rush," "Philomena," "Mandela: The Long Walk Home" and "Labor Day," which...