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Sandra Bullock and Brad Pitt Make TV Appearances on Road to Oscars (VIDEO)

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by Anne Thompson
October 16, 2013 3:38 PM
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Sandra Bullock talks about George Clooney on Jay Leno

Movie stars do the talk shows in front of their movies, and Sandra Bullock, a frontrunner for Best Actress for "Gravity," and Brad Pitt, the producer and supporting star of "12 Years a Slave," are no exception, charming their interviewers (Jay Leno and Ann Curry, respectively) and hopefully a smattering of Oscar voters at the same time. "It's one of those few films that cuts to the base of our humanity," says Pitt, in long-hair mode. "This one will have continuing impact."

Meanwhile Michael Fassbender, who went all out on campaigning for Steve McQueen's "Shame," says he will not do that again for "12 Years a Slave." Well, it worked for Martin Scorsese and Mo'Nique when they did it. It could work for Fassbender too.


2 Comments

  • Melissa | October 16, 2013 4:27 PMReply

    If Sandra Bullock tells that pool story one..more..time. You would think if she and George were such good friends she'd have another or some more damn stories to tell

  • seren | October 17, 2013 8:30 AM

    They are good friends. Clooney said that himself. She's asked about the pool story over and over because she mentioned a bit about that at her Oscar speech and interviewers of course want to bring up Clooney's name during the interviews. She doesn't talk about other "damn" stories because they are good friends.

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