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Last night's Academy Awards may have been a big to-do for Hollywood's more distinguished members, but they weren't the only ones to get their time in the spotlight. On the other end of award season, the infamous Razzies were handed out on Saturday, and guess who won in the actress category there, too? Sandra Bullock. In the same weekend that she earned her Oscar, the actress was also "honored" with a Razzie for worst actress of the year for All About Steve (which I've been trying to block from my memory, too). Two awards for best and worst — that has to be a new record, right? You have to watch Bullock's acceptance speech:
Bullock got in a few jabs at the voters (and her movie) — and she even brought along DVDs for everyone in the audience. Way to be a good sport, Sandy. After all, she's got the last laugh, now having earned Oscar gold. According to Sandra, she may even display them side by side . . .
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Guess people still haven't tired of seeing Tyler Perry in a grandma frock! His latest film in the Madea saga, I Can Do Bad All by Myself, took the box office crown with an estimated $24 million this weekend. Second place went to 9, which raked in $10 million. Rounding out the rest of the top five were Inglourious Basterds, All About Steve, and the box office winner of the past two weeks, The Final Destination.
As for the other new films that debuted? Most of you said that you were going to pass on Sorority Row, and the masses seem to agree — the film came in at No. 6 with only $5.2 million. Whiteout starring Kate Beckinsale trailed at No. 7 with $5.1 million.
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Apparently Labor Day moviegoers wanted to be freaked out over the holiday, because horror movie The Final Destination topped the box office again this weekend, earning $12.3 million. This was its second weekend at the top, with Inglorious Basterds staying behind it at No. 2.
Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper's All About Steve came in third, a decent showing for the quirky comedy, followed by Gerard Butler's futuristic action flick Gamer. District 9 rounded out the top five.
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Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper hit the red carpet together for their All About Steve premiere in LA last night. In the movie, Sandra's character is known for her bright red boots but last night it was all about the on trend booties to go with her colorful dress. Bradley Cooper's coming to the end of a whirlwind Summer of romance and hit movies, but he was still rolling solo despite his rumored relationship with Renee Zellweger. The two were spotted kissing in Barcelona, though most of you aren't that into hearing about any supposed love triangle with Jennifer Aniston even if he is the hottest thing at the moment.
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I've dragged my feet a bit in putting up this trailer for the comedy All About Steve, despite (or maybe because of) my love for Sandra Bullock. I think of Bullock as a funny actress and I enjoy so many of her comedic roles. But this? Um. I'm just not sure how I feel about it.
Bullock plays Mary Horowitz , described as "an eccentric crossword puzzler" (she's so eccentric, you guys, she never takes off her shiny red boots! That kook!) who becomes obsessed with a CNN cameraman (played by Bradley Cooper) and follows him around the world trying to convince him they belong together.
There are some funny moments in the trailer, so check it out after the jump and tell me if it looks like a cute movie after all. I can't decide. . . kinda funny? Or just cheesy-lame? All About Steve opens March 6. To watch the trailer, read more