Sandra Bullock has declared that she will be taking an indefinite hiatus from acting. The actress recently admitted that she is “burnt out” and needs to take a break from her career to focus on herself.
Her decision follows the release of her most recent film, The Lost City. Bullock’s character, an author who has written a series of novels about a handsome hero named Alan (played by Channing Tatum), is at the center of the action comedy.
Putting Herself First
The 57-year-old spoke to the Hollywood Reporter about her decision and what she planned to accomplish during her time off. “I don’t want to be beholden to anyone’s schedule other than my own,” Bullock had claimed.
Since the release of her latest film, it has been raking in good reviews so far and fans seem to absolutely love it. This could be a good start for Sandra Bullock and her break as it could leave her with a clear conscious on her last project.
Latest Indiana Jones Movie Drops Its First Trailer
Finally, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny’s debut trailer has been made public. Harrison Ford dons his iconic whip and archeological gear for the final time in the fifth installment of the acclaimed film series.
A Shocking Surprise
However, they went a step further and unveiled the entirety of the Indiana Jones 5 trailer. And, to be honest, it appears completely bizarre. In the fifth installment, Indy will battle some Nazis, and it appears that he will travel back to the 1960s to do so. It seems amazing how drastically Disney was able to de-age the 80-year-old actor to resemble him a few decades ago.
He also rides a horse through a big US parade, and Mads Mikkelsen portrays a rather wicked character. The movie’s female lead is played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and Harrison Ford had nothing but admiration for the Fleabag performer. The first video from the movie was shown at the D23 expo earlier this year, and the principal actor in the movie undoubtedly experienced some emotion at that time.
Make sure you check out the trailer here!
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Releases Its First Trailer
The last time we saw Star-Lord and his rag tag bunch of extraterrestrial friends in a stand-alone movie was five years ago. The public has now been given a trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
A Bit of a Surprise
Although they’ve been in multiple Avengers movies, Chris Pratt’s character hasn’t had a solo adventure in a very long time. However, they’re back and they look better than ever. The third installment of the fantastic Marvel franchise has not yet given a concrete on what’s to come, but hopefully the trailer would give us an idea on what’s going on.
Keeping the Standard
We appear to be in for a picture that jumps between planets and is full of action, drama, and astonishing emotion. In one scene, Rocket is seen as a young racoon, and there may also be the beginnings of a possible love affair between Rocket and an otter. As the Guardians move through space, the visuals are stunning, nothing less of what we’ve been expecting from the franchise.
Make sure you check out the trailer right here!
The Internet Goes Wild After Will Smith’s Latest Movie Gets Boycotted by Critics
Due to the ongoing repercussions from Will Smith’s slap on Chris Rock at the Academy Awards earlier in the year, fans have had a mixed reaction to the historical action movie Emancipation, which was directed by Antoine Fuqua and stars Smith.
The Plot of the Movie
Gordon, also known as “Whipped Peter,” was a Black American slave who managed to escape the Louisiana plantation where he was kept captive in the book Emancipation. In order to avoid hunters and bloodhounds, he traveled more than 60 kilometers in ten days before arriving at a post of Union soldiers in the early 1863.
Even though Smith has said he understands if people don’t want to watch Emancipation, a sizable portion of folks who would not view this movie because of its relationship with Smith are puzzling fans of the actor.
Emancipation debuts in American theaters on December 2 and becomes available on Apple TV on December 9. Hopefully people would still support the film, and see the film for what it can truly be.