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Sandra Bullock Covers Entertainment Weekly

Sandra Bullock Covers Entertainment Weekly

Sandra Bullock looks gorgeous in a draped red dress as she graces the cover of EW‘s latest issue, on newsstands today!

Here’s what the 46-year-old actress had to share when she spoke to the mag last October:

Crash co-writer/director Paul Haggis on Sandra’s versatility: “I remember right after Crash, I was pitching Sandra Bullock to a studio for another dramatic role and they went, ‘I don’t know, America doesn’t think of her this way’. Now those same people want her for everything. It’s hysterical.”

A top film agent, on a high demand for Sandra: “She’s getting offered all the scripts that matter. Everyone is rooting for her. I’ve never seen anything like it.”

Sandra, on the ups and downs of Hollywood: “You have really high peaks and you have some valleys. The nice thing is that something like The Proposal gives you is you get to say, ‘Okay, I’ve done it. Something wonderful happened.’ But you can’t always have wonderful things, one after the other so just be happy with what you’ve got and that’s it.”

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  • Lillianne

    “so just be happy with what you’ve got and that’s it.”

    That about sums it up too.

  • Ladyb

    Love her, the cover looks nice..but I’m actually getting tired of seeing her.

  • Alaia

    Hollywood continues to kids her ass.

  • M

    I don’t like her in movies. she’s okay but for me she is one of those actresses whom you don’t like to see onscreen. I want someone younger, with different mimics (I guess I’m just tired of her mimics and gestures – I saw too much of them) and less cold a face

  • boston61

    This should be under PhotoShop awards. It’s a painting.

  • Summer

    She’s beautiful!

  • LillyB

    Love Her. Never get tired of seeing her.
    It is great seeing an actress over 40…who is the highest paid and most successful in Hollywood. You go girl!!!!

  • missy

    good thing Hollywood came up with a good ending for Sandy.

  • caro

    great cover but she doesn’t deserve her Oscar and she’s not a good drama actress

  • liko

    She is sweet, but It becomes tedious watching her every day without any reason. Her intention to show that the scandal did not disturb her only leads to the opposite effect. She is overexposed and It is better for her to stay away from TV and magazine covers. It may cause boomerang effect on her career. See what happened to Jeniffer Aniston and her movies.

  • sea

    Photoshop should be banned, period.

  • teri

    I really like her, such a breath of fresh air and she’s so funny. Just don’t pit her against Angelina and we’ll be just fine. Both very different but both very loved.

  • yes

    At least she has accomplished something. 20 years in the business, let her bask in the sunshine a bit more and look at what age she’s getting the quality scripts She will be playing roles her age so I don’t know what some are talking about wanting to see younger people. There ARE younger women in the industry. Look at Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis, Zoe Saldana, America Ferrara, Ellen Page,
    Emmy Rossum. Keira Knightly, etc,,, They are doing the roles that are age appropriate. They are the young actresses who are taking their art seriously and look good too to boot.

  • jaye

    I’ve always thought of her as just an ok actress, winning the academy award didn’t change that. If all things were equal, after getting the award, her career would falter, that’s been the case with a lot of actresses who have won that award.
    However, she has the added bonus, if you can call it that, of having a cheating husband. As a result the sympathy level is high. People who make movies know from experience that at least the female viewing audiences flock to women who have cheated on or dumped their wives bringing their husbands, boyfriends and girlfriends with them. Everyone is rooting for her AND boxoffice profits. They’re not stupid ( well not always), she’s still the same actress she’s always been; she didn’t suddenly get to be an incredible actress. She’s become American’s Sweetheart; I guess we have two of those now.
    Hopefully with the opportunity she has been given, she’ll chose the right roles. She does seem to be a genuinely nice person and not a game player. Good for her.

  • Jokergurl

    I’ve always liked Sandra Bullock, she’s always been down to earth, charming, lovely and hilarious. I enjoy her acting, no matter what role she’s taking on. Guess what Sandra’s the reason that Matthew McConaughey got his breakout role in A Time To Kill, she suggested the director Joel Schumacher give him a chance after Brad Pitt passed on the role and numerous other popular actors wanted the role.

  • Sandra

    coolest. i love her

  • Lucy

    Overexposed?! How idiotic. She won an Oscar last year and after that happened everybody wanted to see her, have her as a guest on their show or wanted an interview. Completely normal. Shame that the story of her serial-cheater-of-a-husband had to be published at the same time. Anyway, that idiot is back to the trashy department and SB is still one elegant and classy lady.