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VIDEO: Sandra Bullock's Major Movie Roles, Ranked

Originally posted 10/27/2015 06:15PM

[BRIGHTCOVE "4582242182001"] On Friday, Our Brand Is Crisis opens in theaters, giving Sandra Bullock fans the chance to see her star in her newest feature film. As far as Bullock movies go, it's an outlier – a based-on-real-events comedy-drama set in the political world, and the promotion of it hasn't hinted at the slightest bit of a romantic subplot.

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Keanu Reeves' Return: Speed Is Back (Kind Of), and Bill & Ted is Coming (Really!)

Originally posted 10/08/2015 12:20PM

Talk about a throwback Thursday: Keanu Reeves revisited his 1994 action film Speed for a special Jimmy Kimmel Live! spoof, and also spoke earlier in the week about the possibility of a third Bill & Ted movie. Excellent!

The actor and Jimmy Kimmel created a new "trailer" for a new installment in the Speed franchise called A Reasonable Speed.

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Summer of 1994: 20 Things America Was Obsessing Over 20 Years Ago | OJ Simpson Trial, Forrest Gump

Summer of 1994: 20 Things America Was Obsessing Over 20 Years Ago

Originally posted 06/20/2014 03:00PM

Close your eyes and imagine a simpler time: 20 years ago, when there were only 60 channels on cable TV and no such thing as an iPhone, or an iPad, or an iAnything. It's the summer of 1994, emojis are an unknown entity, and Butterfinger BBs are plentiful. Sheryl Crow is spinning on your walkman, and life is good.

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20 Reasons to Love Speed, 20 Years Later | Speed, Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock

UpdatePosted 06/10/2014 05:00PM

20 Reasons to Love Speed, 20 Years Later

Originally posted 06/10/2014 11:55AM

It's the best movie about a bus, and it hit theaters on June 10, 1994. Of course, it's so much more than just a bus movie. Speed is a solid action film, in case you haven't re-watched it one of the bajillion times it's aired on cable in the past two decades.

The film's stars, Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, recently spoke to Hitfix about the beloved blockbuster.

"I don't think anyone had any idea what was going to happen ... I certainly didn't feel it," Bullock told Hitfix. "I think we were sort of ridiculed a bit for being the 'low budget bomb-on-the-bus movie.' Not that I cared. I was just so happy to have a job and that I got to work with Keanu."

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See This/Skip That: From Bad Words to Need for Speed

See This/Skip That: From Bad Words to Need for Speed

Originally posted 03/14/2014 02:05PM

Jason Bateman, Jake Gyllenhaal and Aaron Paul all hit theaters with new movies this weekend, but only one of them is really worth the ticket.

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