Sandra Bullock
"I would audition for all these great parts that ended up going to bigger names like Julia Roberts or Sandra Bullock," Posey recalled.
Jackman claims he couldn't keep up with Sandra Bullock in the audition when he was hoping to leverage an offer for fellow rom-com "Someone Like You."
Before the Oscar winners co-starred in "Bullet Train" and "Lost City," they almost shared billing on a "War of the Roses"-style divorce comedy.
“Bullet Train” is not a good movie, but the fun that radiates off Brad Pitt is magnetic enough to convince you that you're having fun, too.
Sandra Bullock names Pitt "Ladybug" to thwart his "biblical" bad luck...but the train is already off the tracks.
Twenty-five years later and "Speed 2" is still a bumpy memory for Bullock.
The "screwball comedy in the jungle" premise is well-worn, but excellent performances from four A-listers save "The Lost City."
Bullock plays a popular romance novelist who may be the key to buried treasure in this comedy from Paramount, out March 25.
Sandra Bullock leads a strong cast in a crime drama that struggles to simplify the British miniseries on which it's based.
The film releases in select theaters on November 24 before arriving on the streaming platform December 10.
Both Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio originally said yes to playing Neo in "The Matrix," only to drop out after being exhausted from working on their previous films.
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