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Hectoring vulgarity: Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy in The Heat

The Heat review: Paul Feig's mismatched buddy caper starring Sandra Bullock really stinks

(15) Paul Feig, 117mins, Starring: Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy

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Not retiring, is he?

Oscars favourites Ben Affleck and Jessica Chastain guaranteed to get their hands on at least one gong- by presenting at the Awards

Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain and Ben Affleck have been chosen to present at this year’s Oscars.

Everything Else Happened, Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh

Imagine the wisecracks and paranoia of Woody Allen, the tape-recorders and monologues of Samuel Beckett, the surrealism of N F Simpson…and that would give you some idea (a very inflated one) of this hour-long show based on short stories by Jonathan Safran Foer.

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Stephen Daldry, 129 mins (12)

Lock this one up, and throw away the key

Sandra Bullock to star in Ricky Gervais' comedy

Sandra Bullock is to appear in Ricky Gervais' new comedy series.

Win Win (15)

A tender drama that takes a hold

Cultural Life: Tinie Tempah, musician

Music: I've been listening to this group from Australia called Miami Horror. Their album 'Illumination' is brilliant, it's incredible dance music. There's also a female rapper called Nicki Minaj, whose new album 'Pink Friday' is brilliant. And Kanye West's latest 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' is amazing. I bought the new Take That album 'Progress' the other day. It's nice. It's more like their earlier stuff – I like it.

New Zealand gripped by talk of Sonny's debut

Prospect of 'the next Lomu' taking on England today is dominating the agenda, reports Winston Aldworth in Auckland

Can the movies do God?

Faith-based films are proving to be big box-office in America. Kaleem Aftab asks if pushing religion on screen will appeal to cinema audiences in Britain

Sandra Bullock: America's $56m sweetheart

She may be Hollywood's most bankable star, but it is her humour and honesty that win her fans as well as her performances on screen.

DVD: The Blind Side (12)

Sandra Bullock bagged an Oscar for her turn as Leigh Anne Tuohy, and she's suitably perky and brassy as the wealthy, God-abiding, Republican, Southern mom who invariably "gets her own way".

DVD: All About Steve (12)

Mary Horowitz's obsession for her job of compiling crosswords has left her little time to go on dates, leaving her pretty socially inept when she meets handsome Steve.

Sandra Bullock adopts baby boy and files for divorce

Sandra Bullock has secretly adopted a child and is divorcing her husband, the Hollywood star has revealed.

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