Interviews: Sandra Bullock Bares All

In her first nude scene ever on screen, Sandra Bullock (Speed, Two Weeks Notice)  didn't mind baring it all for the comedy THE PROPOSAL opening June 19.  Sandra shares other comedic moments on film with co- stars Ryan Reynolds, Betty White (TV classic The Golden Girls), and Oscar Nunez (NBC's The Office)Watch a clip.

In our interview with the cast, CineMovie posed the question, which scene was the most difficult to shoot; Sandra's nude scene with Ryan Reynolds (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Betty White feeling her up, or Oscar Nunez's gyrating lap dance?  Sandra replied, "When you put it like that, it makes it sound like we shot a soft porn."

Watch the interview for Sandra Bullock's reaction to the question alongside Ryan Reynolds, Betty White, and Oscar Nunez where she breaks down each scene and which shot proved the most difficult on set.

Sandra Bullock's Lap Dance from Oscar Nunez in The  Proposal movie

Movie Synopsis:

In THE PROPOSAL, when high-powered book editor Margaret (Bullock) faces deportation to her native Canada, the quick-thinking exec declares that she's actually engaged to her unsuspecting put-upon assistant Andrew (Reynolds), who she's tormented for years.  The unlikely couple head to Alaska to meet his quirky family and the always-on-control city girl finds herself in one comedic fish-out-of-water situation after another.  



Studio:    Walt Disney Pictures
Release Date:    June 19, 2009


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Oscar Nunez: From TV to Movies

Steve Carell (The 40 Year Old Virgin, Bruce Almighty), John Krasinski (Away We Go), and Ed Helms (The Hangover) from NBC's THE OFFICE have proven themselves at the movies with their successful move to the big screen.  Now another staff member from the hit TV show is off to the movies.  OFFICE regular Oscar Nunez steals the show in THE PROPOSAL starring alongside Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds opening June 19.  

CineMovie's Alysha del Valle caught up with the actor who plays a stripper, a waiter, a priest, and the local grocer for the romantic comedy.  One of the scenes includes a gyrating Oscar dance for Sandra Bullock in his speedo.  We find out how Oscar prepared for his nearly naked moment and if waxing like his OFFICE co-star Steve Carell (The 40 Year-Old Virgin) was an option.  

                            Interview with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds



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Method Directing

Actors often immerse themselves into character through Method Acting.   Directors plunge into their roles just the same to research their subjects.  Student Academy Award winner Cary Joji Fukunaga subscribed to Method Directing for his feature debut, SIN NOMBRE.  

Winner of the Directing Award and the Excellence in Cinematography Award in the U.S. Dramatic Competition at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, SIN NOMBRE is the filmmaker’s firsthand experiences with Central American immigrants seeking the promise of the U.S.  The Spanish-language movie takes place largely on top of cargo trains which transport the immigrants from Honduras to the border towns of Mexico.                                SIN NOMBRE trailer  

As the director and writer of the project, Cary Joji Fukunaga on his own rode alongside strangers on top of these dangerous trains to learn about the people who risks their lives in order to make it to the promise land.

The courageous up and coming director sat down with CineMovie's Viviana Vigil* to discuss his risky decision, in the name of filmmaking. 

SIN NOMBRE is in selected theaters nationwide.


  Interview with SIN NOMBRE producers Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna


*Catch Viviana Vigil as the host of NBC's "1st Look" and "Open House." 

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Divine Intervention for George Lopez and Luke Wilson

George Lopez and Luke Wilson on "HENRY POOLE IS HERE"
Radha Mitchell and Luke Wilson on "HENRY POOLE IS HERE"
George Lopez and Luke Wilson on "HENRY POOLE IS HERE"

George Lopez, Luke Wilson, director Mark Pellington and their "Henry Poole is Here" co-stars talk to CineMovie.TV about their new film and divine intervention. "Henry Poole is Here" opens Friday, August 15. 

Movie Synopsis: 

Luke Wilson (“The Royal Tenenbaums”, “Old School”), Academy Award® nominee Adriana Barraza (“Babel”) and Radha Mitchell (“Finding Neverland”) star in a modern day fable about the unexpected wonders of the everyday from director Mark Pellington (“U2 3D”, “The Mothman Prophecies”.  Henry Poole is Here tells the funny, poignant and uplifting story of a disillusioned man who attempts to hide from life in a rundown suburban tract home only to discover he cannot escape the forces of hope.

Henry’s self-imposed exile is shattered when his nosy neighbor Esperanza (Adriana Barraza) discovers a mysterious stain on Henry’s stucco wall that is seen to have miraculous powers. She begins leading pilgrimages to the “holy site” and invites church officials, including her pastor, Father Salizar (George Lopez), to inspect the apparition.Although Henry remains skeptical, he finds himself gradually drawn back towards life, especially after his silent friendship with Millie brings him closer to Dawn. As news of the apparition spreads throughout the neighborhood and his feelings for Dawn grow, Henry realizes his plan to live out his days in quiet desperation is going to be much harder than he ever imagined.  

Running Time: 104 minutes                                                             MPAA Rating: PG

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Director David Dobkin and Olivia Wilde On Writing Strong Female Roles In Comedies

Olivia Wilde and David Dobkin The Change-Up interview

THE CHANGE-UP's Olivia Wilde doesn't want to be the usual female character that holds up the wall in a comedy.  Director David Dobkin learned from Wedding Crashers that three-dimensional women in comedies can take the raunch even further, and he uses that to push the envelope in THE CHANGE-UP.

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