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Sandra Bullock Jokes: My Son Has 'Damage' From Watching Me Film Gravity

Sandra Bullock: Gravity Director Used Son Louis to Get Me Through a Tough Shoot

Originally posted 01/26/2014 10:55AM

Sandra Bullock praised the imagination, kindness and inspiration of her Gravity director, Alfonso Cuarón, at the 66th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday.

She also teased the heck out of him.

Bullock, 49, joked that her son Louis, 3½, may need therapy for years to come after watching his mom rigged up on set with equipment that made it look like she was adrift in space.

As she spent hours in her astronaut's suit, locked down in a 9-by-9-ft. light box with only an earpiece to hear, Bullock said Cuarón would offer her a little break and comfort after shooting intense scenes by showing her son's face.

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What If Each Awards Ceremony Was a High School Clique? | Martin Scorsese

What If Each Awards Ceremony Was a High School Clique?

Originally posted 01/24/2014 01:00PM

Hollywood is already a lot like high school, and never more so than during awards season. Competition fills the air, everyone obsesses over dresses they will wear exactly once and, as Tina Fey and Amy Poehler demonstrated at the Golden Globes, who sits with who is a matter of extreme importance.

But on a greater level, each awards show is also its own friend group, with all the little in-jokes, rituals and histories that implies. Which ceremony is which clique? On the eve of the Director's Guild of America Awards, see it all explained below.

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