It seems some are overly eager for America's Sweetheart to find a new romance.
Gossip has been spreading that Sandra Bullock has been putting in quality time with pal Ryan Reynolds' business partner, Jonathon Komack Martin.
Bullock's previously had to shoot down reports that she and Reynolds were "lovahs," and the 47-year-old actress is doing the same with rumors that she's been secretly swept off her feet by film producer Martin.
In the upcoming adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's novel "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," Oscar winner Sandra Bullock takes on an assignment she wasn't anticipating: playing a widow who loses her spouse in the 9/11 attacks.
That's not a spoiler, but rather the set-up for the film, which stars Tom Hanks as the husband of Bullock's character and Thomas Horn as the couple's 9-year-old son, Oskar.
Bullock, who is also a mom in real life to son Louis, told CNN that she had "no conscious desire to make a movie about 9/11," but that there was something about the story that intrigued her.
As if Ryan Gosling wasn't swoon-worthy enough already, he’s gone and gushed about his ex-girlfriends and his baby fever, reports the New York Daily News.
Gosling recalled his relationships with former lady loves Sandra Bullock and Rachel McAdams to U.K. paper The Times.
"I had two of the greatest girlfriends of all time. I haven't met anybody who could top them," the actor, 30, said of the two stars.
Today's news you might've missed:
A New Orleans high school that Sandra Bullock "adopted" back in 2007 is celebrating a major achievement.
In a history-making moment on Tuesday, every single student in Warren Easton Charter High School's 220-member senior class graduated, according to a statement from Bullock’s rep.
Even better than the 100 percent graduation rate? Those seniors have been offered a total of $4,625,100 in scholarship money from 15 different colleges and universities.
Turns out parents don’t like naming their children after Hollywood’s unfaithful husbands. Their adored Hollywood wives, however, are another story.
While the name Jesse, as in Jesse James, becomes less popular on BabyCenter.com’s annual Baby Names Survey, Sandra continues to creep up the list, according to the site’s editor in chief, Linda Murray.
“For the most part, parents are drawn to positive celebrity images,” Murray said.
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