Sandra Bullock, Oprah Join Forces in New Movie

Celebrity News Oct. 22, 2010 AT 5:38PM
Sandra Bullock, Oprah Join Forces in New Movie Credit: Christopher Polk/Getty Images for AFI; Dan MacMedan/WireImage.com

-- Sandra Bullock is ready for her close-up! After the 46-year-old Oscar winner stepped out of the spotlight amidst ex-husband Jesse James' cheating scandal earlier this year, the actress is now attached to star in an untitled film by Sex and the City creator Michael Patrick King. Joined by costars Meryl Streep and Oprah Winfrey, the comedy will be "set in and around the world of a Home Shopping-type network and follows the characters as they make their way through the maze of mania that surrounds marketing, marriages and the media." [Yahoo!]

-- Bad news for Bret Michaels: his new VH1 reality show, Life As I Know It, is tanking in the ratings. With less than 850,000 viewers this week, the family-oriented program fell behind The Real Housewives of Atlanta (2.3 million) and Hoarders (1.5 million). [Perez Hilton]

-- Paris Hilton is putting on a happy face -- literally! The 29-year-old socialite sported a blue top with smiley faces on each shoulder while shopping for Halloween costumes with beau Cy Watts on Wednesday. [Star Pulse]

-- Kristen Stewart is raving about Mackenzie Foy, the 9-year-old actress who will play her daughter in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. According to Stewart, director Bill Condon told her, "'If you and [Robert Pattinson] had a kid, this would be it,'" she recalls. "I was like, 'That's so weird.' She just looks like -- she sort of looks like Bella. Which is absolutely right. Although the funny thing is, she has green eyes, and we both have to wear brown contacts together." [OMG!]

-- Now that she's a mom, reality star Bethenny Frankel vows she will be sporting more family-friendly costumes on Halloween. "We thought about a family of pandas," Frankel, 39, said. "We thought about clowns -- like happy clowns, silly clowns -- not mean clowns." [Pop Eater]

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