Now that she's got her Oscar, time to for Sandra Bullock to return to the world of hilarious FBI antics.
THR reports she'll be playing "an uptight FBI agent" in an untitled comedy that place her alongside Bridesmaids breakout Melissa McCarthy, who's playing "an unconventional Boston cop"--a character whose disconnect from convention, I can only assume, will extend to unconventional discussion of her gastrointestinal system. Bridesmaids director Paul Feig is expected to executive produce and direct from a script by Parks and Recreation writer Katie Dippold. Bullock's character is expected to finally loosen up a bit and maybe find love thanks to a wild comic adventure that will see her loud-mouthed Boston partner somehow end up saving her life, you just wait and see.
Having already provided a voice for The Prince of Egypt and 1995's craziest fears about the Internet, Sandra Bullock is ready to once again let her vocal cords and some computer shit be the star with the lead in Universal Pictures' Despicable Me spin-off, Minions.... / Continue →
Melissa McCarthy's established persona of crassness meets Sandra Bullock's equally-established persona of Whoever She Was in Miss Congeniality in The Heat, the latest statement on vulgar comedy gender equality from Bridesmaids director Paul Feig. Here's the latest trailer, rate... / Continue →
I cannot be entirely certain the first 30 seconds of this is not just clips from Miss Congeniality with Benjamin Bratt skillfully CGI'd out. But those doubts aside, here is the trailer for The Heat, a new comedy from Bridesmaids director Paul Feig that once again sees Melissa M... / Continue →