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VIDEO: Sandra Bullock Gladly Accepts Razzie Award


Sandra Bullock said she would gladly accept any Razzie that might come her way, and last night, she honored her promise.

On the eve of her potential first Oscar win, The Blind Side actress took time out of her busy schedule to thank those who hated her work. The winner of two Golden Raspberry Awards - one for Worst Actress and Worst Screen Couple - said those who honored her clearly didn’t watch .

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Quote of the Day: Sandra Bullock Honored by Razzie Nomination

All About Steve

“Oh my God, how fantastic is that?... I’m showing up if I win… Hell, yes! I do everything 100 percent. With , we were trying to do something different. And if it gets some kind of award, that means people are talking about it. I’m more comfortable with criticism than I am with goodwill, because I’m more familiar with it, and I’ve made friends with it. And the Razzies are a great honor.”

-Oscar nominee Sandra Bullock talking about her recent Razzie nomination for Worst Actress.

(Make sure to check out other notable quotes.)

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This Week on DVD and Blu-ray: December 22, 2009

District 9 DVDHere are some of the options available this Tuesday:

  • (500) Days of Summer: DVD, Blu-ray
  • All About Steve: DVD, Blu-ray
  • American Pie Presents: The Book of Love: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Blind Date: DVD
  • Call of he Wild 3D: Blu-ray
  • District 9: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Extract: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Flowers in the Attic: DVD
  • Ichi: DVD, Blu-ray
  • It Might Get Loud: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Noble Things: DVD
  • Staten Island: DVD, Blu-ray

Make sure to also check out the TV-on-DVD options for this week.

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Box Office Breakdown: Chance of Meatballs is Winning Recipe

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

While it may not have had a Damon, an Aniston or a Fox, had something no other film did this weekend: a win. The animated adaptation raked in $30.3 million over the weekend easily pushing it to the top of the charts. The PG-rated entry towered over the box office and nearly tripled its nearest competitor (The Informant). The 3-D film also gave Sony Pictures Animation its biggest debut to date.

Elsewhere, two Hollywood beauties were struggling to make a respectable showing. Despite (or because of) a number of notable quotes, Megan Fox failed to muster any interest in her first starring vehicle. Jennifer’s Body, a horror film penned by Diablo Cody, raised a whopping $6.9 million for a fifth-place finish. (I’m not even sure that would be enough to fund one day of a Transformers production.) Megan Fox might not be a fan of Michael Bay, but she better be grateful she met him.

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Box Office Breakdown: Tyler Perry Can Win All By Himself

I Can Do Bad By Myself

Leave it to Tyler Perry to take on the horror industry.

The actor/writer/director’s latest film, , earned $23.4 million over the weekend—enough to stop The Final Destination from taking its third crown in a row. The urban comedy, starring Taraji P. Henson and Mary J. Blige, more than doubled its nearest competitor since opening Friday and gave Perry his third biggest debut to date.

I Can Do Bad also topped , the newest scare flick to enter the scene. Although the movie boasts more recognizable names (Audrina Patridge, Rumer Willis) than Destination, the R-rater barely scraped up $5.1 million for a 6th place finish.

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Box Office Breakdown: Another Win for Final Destination

The Final Destination

Ticket buyers ended their summer vacations by booking . For the 2nd time in a row, the horror entry topped all entries with a 1st place finish. Thanks to the $15.3 million added to the pot, Warner Bros. saw its sequel rise above the $50 million mark during the Labor Day weekend

pulled in another $15 million and narrowly missed another win of its own. The WWII movie has now raked in over $95 million domestically and given Quentin Tarantino the 2nd best gross of his career. (Pulp Fiction is still the champ.)

Meanwhile, Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper joined forces for a 3rd place debut. may not have done Proposal or Hangover-esque numbers, but the comedy did walk away with something to brag about. The Fox feature totaled the largest per screen average of any movie in the Top 10.

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In Theaters This Weekend: September 4, 2009

All About Steve

Here are a few selections in theaters this weekend:

  • All About Steve (PG-13): starring Sandra Bullock, Thomas Haden Church, Bradley Cooper (directed by Phil Traill)
  • Extract (R): starring Jason Bateman, Ben Affleck, Mila Kunis (directed by Mike Judge)
  • Gamer (R): starring Gerard Butler, Amber Valletta, Michael C. Hall (directed by Mark Neveldine, Brian Taylor)

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Sandra Bullock Stalks Men

Sandra Bullock as Mary HorowitzSandra Bullock says that stalking men is the best way to get a date.

The Hollywood star, whose character Mary Horowitz pursues her crush in new movie All About Steve, believes that you need to secretly follow potential suitors to find out what they like.

“How else do you get dates? I learned that you have to stalk and then make it look very innocent. Then once you get them you sort of shred receipts and you do things that sort of cover the paper trail of your stalking. I think it’s a necessary evil to sort of lure in your prey,” she jokes.

In All About Steve, Mary becomes obsessed with a man, played by Bradley Cooper, after going out on a blind date with him. Sandra also revealed she is terrible at crosswords, unlike her film character who constructs word games for a living, but loves seeing her name appear in puzzles.

“I can barely spell. I so admire people who just whiz through them. My name has been in several crosswords, so I guess that’s the only thing that really connects me. I always get the clue when I’m seven across or whatever. I get very excited, ‘I got that one. It’s me,’” she tells Parade Magazine.


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