“Ocean’s 8” Screen Captures

“Ocean’s 8” was released on DVD and Blu-Ray back in September and we finally have screen captures of the movie, and its extra features, added in our gallery.

Alongisde Sandra, the movie is starred by Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Sarah Paulson, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Awkwafina, Richard Armitage and James Corden and it’s produced by Danny Ocean himself, George Clooney.

Enjoy the caps!

“Bird Box” European Premiere

Sandra is currently in Germany, attending the European premiere of Bird Box in Berlin. Check the first batch of pictures added in our gallery:

“Bird Box” AFI Gala and Press Conference Pictures

So, a week ago (November 12, to be more precise) Sandra was in Beverly Hills promoting Bird Box. She attended a press conference at the Four Seasons Hotel and later that night attended the AFI Gala at the TCL Chinese Theatre.

Pictures has finally been added to our gallery:

Sandra Bullock talks “Bird Box” on Deadline’s The Contenders Panel

Sandra attended yesterday, in Los Angeles, a Q&A for Bird Box during Deadline’s The Contenders panel.

Deadline – While Sandra Bullock would eventually fall in love with Bird Box—a Netflix horror-thriller based on a novel by Josh Malerman and directed by Susanne Bier—the Oscar winner had quite a different reaction to the material in her first interaction with it some years ago.

I thought it was intriguing, but there was something about it that didn’t click. I don’t relate to someone who doesn’t want to be a mother; I don’t relate to someone who isn’t warm and can’t love freely. Then I read it a few years ago and it hit me in a way that I can’t explain.

Directed by Bier from Eric Heisserer’s script, Bird Box follows Malorie (Bullock), a woman who joins a pair of children in making her way through a dystopian setting along a river—all while blindfolded. In this post-apocalyptic world, to take the blindfolds off would be to risk insanity and even death.

Interestingly, what was initially so distancing about Malorie for the film’s star—her cold indifference to the children in front of her—became the part of the character that drew her in later on. Reluctant to be a mother, it’s Malorie’s self-centered approach to survival that offers a starting point for the character to transform.

To have someone who’s that cut off then be forced to be the sole caretaker of human beings that she didn’t want to begin with, what does that bring out of you—and what is family?

Check pictures added in our gallery:

Sandra talks ‘Bird Box’ with Trevante Rhodes at SAG-AFTRA Foundation

Sandra attended last night at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation a Q&A for her next movie Bird Box, alongside her co-star Trevante Rhodes. Check some images in our gallery.

‘Bird Box’- Check the first creepy trailer!

Netflix just released the first trailer for Bird Box, directed by Academy Award winner Susanne Bier, known for the Oscar-nominated “After the Wedding” (which introduced much of the world to Mads Mikkelsen).

“Bird Box” is based on an post-apocalyptic book and centers on a woman and a pair of children who are blindfolded and make their way through a dystopian setting along a river.

Here’s the official synopsis:
When a mysterious force decimates the world’s population, only one thing is certain: if you see it, you take your life. Facing the unknown, Malorie finds love, hope and a new beginning only for it to unravel. Now she must flee with her two children down a treacherous river to the one place left that may offer sanctuary. But to survive, they’ll have to undertake the perilous two-day journey blindfolded. Academy Award® winner Sandra Bullock leads an all-star cast that includes Trevante Rhodes, with Sarah Paulson, and John Malkovich in BIRD BOX, a compelling new thriller from Academy Award® winner Susanne Bier.

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“Bird Box” stars Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes, Jacki Weaver, Rosa Salazar, Danielle Macdonald, Lil Rel Howery, Tom Hollander, Colson Baker, BD Wong, with Sarah Paulson, and John Malkovich. Another plus, it was written by Eric Heisserer who penned the excellent sci-fi film “Arrival.”

“Bird Box” is available on Netflix and in select theatres on December 21, but will premiere at AFI in November first.