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Sandra Bullock has no contact with ex-step daughter Sunny.

Sandra Bullock no longer contacts her ex-husband Jesse James’ daughter Sunny. It appears that Bullock, 47, is making a clean break. That includes distancing herself from any ties to Jesse.

“Sandra doesn’t communicate anymore with Sunny,” the girl’s mother, Janine Lindemulder, says in the new Us Weekly, out Wednesday. “Sunny never talks about her.”

“I don’t bear any grudges against Sandra,” Lindemulder added. “She has her own son [Louis, 19 months] to raise.”

The Blind Side star helped care for Sunny during her marriage to James from 2005 to 2010, even mentioning her “commitment ” to the girl when she petitioned a judge on behalf of James in his 2009 custody battle with Lindemulder.

A second source told Us that Bullock “has had to move on” from James, which meant disconnecting from Sunny, too. “The last thing she wanted to do was hurt Sunny,” the insider added. “But she had to do what was best for her.”

Bullock recently adopted a boy in secret from New Orleans. She named him Louis Bardo.

She and James initiated the adoption together but after she discovered that Jesse had been cheating on her, she finalized the adoption in January 2010 as a single parent.

I hate that she has to lose contact with Jesse’s daughter. That is sad, but under the circumstances I understand her decision.

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Posted Thursday, August 18th, 2011 at 7:07am
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Ryan Reynolds on splitting from Scarlett Johansson: “I’m not out of it yet. At all.”

Reynolds has risen from comedy cutup to rom-com heartthrob to megabudget action star on the back of his everyman appeal—by just being a guy.

“The Hollywood a**hole is becoming a bit of a dinosaur every day, thank God,” says Jason Bateman—Reynold’s co-star in the upcoming The Change-Up. “But it’s still not the norm to be as decent as Ryan is. Decent without being a boob. He’s the World’s Sexiest Man and all that sh*t, but he’s still a real guy, not a noodle.”

Sandra Bullock says her longtime friend and costar has a complexity beyond the friendly face that draws an audience in: “It makes you want to watch more of him to figure it out. As his friend, any dark secrets that I may or may not know are forever safe with me. Unless he doesn’t do something I want him to do, like babysitting. When that day comes, I’ll be sure to hold a press conference.” The rest of his success she credits to his comic timing, height and Canadian-ness. “He constantly talks of the healing powers of maple syrup. I don’t know if that’s a Canadian trait, but it’s always uncomfortable when it comes up.”

“I love Canada,” Reynolds says when told about Bullock’s view of his nationality. “It makes a nice hat for America. When America runs out of water, it’s the first place I’ll go. I gotta go home. I haven’t been there in a long, long time.”

On his divorce from Scarlett Johansson:

” I’ll say this: the media was not invited to my marriage, and they’re definitely not invited into the divorce.  Anyone who gets divorced goes through a lot of pain, but you come out of it. ”

“I’m not out of it yet. At all,” he admits, but notes he still has “optimism” for the future.

One thing that future might not hold is another marriage. “I don’t think I want to get married again,” muses the hunk, whose previous exes include one-time fiance Alanis Morissette. “But you always reevaluate these things.”

“Any kind of crisis can be good,” he muses of his sad split. “It wakes you up. I gotta say, I’m a different person than I was six months ago.”

On deciding to call it quits with Scarlett:

“Departing a relationship and still maintaining the idea that this is still the same person I married is a great luxury that I experienced. Thankfully I was in a relationship where two people chose to remain on the high road in every regard.”

On dating again:

“I’m very happy not to be in a relationship right now,” he says. “That’s okay. I didn’t plan on it, that’s for sure . . . but that’s okay.”

Dating “just seems so kind of alien to me at this point,” he explains. “I’ve been in relationships pretty much since high school. Some people look at that as a good thing. I think wiser people might see that as a house of cards.”

On not settling on one genre of films:

“I’m not declaring nothing, man! I’m getting away with something I’d like to continue getting away with.”

Joking about his dark side:

“You want to see what I’m like when we turn the tape recorder off? I slit throats, that’s what I do. I only drink panda tears. Do not bring me water. Do not bring me filtered water. I want the tears of a newborn panda, and I will have them—because I’m Ryan Reynolds!”


Posted Thursday, May 26th, 2011 at 8:08am
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Jesse James: “With Kat, we’re connected on a higher level”

Jesse James is STILL talking about his marriage to Sandra Bullock, and what drove him to cheat on his wife.

He opened up on last night’s Piers Morgan, on CNN. He knows he is 100% responsible for the breakdown of his marriage, and admits his ego is to blame for his extramarital affairs.

He said: “I’m 100% to blame, I take full accountability for my actions, you know, no one forced me to do what I did.

“I need to ask, was it me trying to be a bigshot, was it just my ego? Like, ‘I’m Jesse James, I’m a bad motherf**ker and I can have a movie star for a wife’.

“I think a lot of that was, it was my ego and that’s why I hurt her and why I didn’t just leave the relationship when I should have, because my ego said I need this wife so I’m cool or so people like me or whatever.”

However, James insisted that he had overcome his commitment issues and felt a stronger bond with his new fiancée Kat Von D.

He said: “With Kat, I have a partner and we’re connected on a higher level… I think you should follow your heart and what’s right for you, and like Kat, we were friends for a long time, and had mutual respect, and I think that was the problem – I don’t think me and Sandy were ever really friends. We met and went straight into marriage and that was that.”

James earlier attempted to play down his treatment of Bullock in an interview with Men’s Journal, where he noted: “I cheated on my wife. Guess what? So do millions of other men.”

I wish he’d just shut up about all this already, and I know his ex-wife wishes he would just can it. I know he has a book to sell, but enough is enough!


Posted Monday, May 16th, 2011 at 10:10am
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Jesse James: “People won’t be happy unless I kill myself”

Jesse James knows he could very well be the most hated man in America and he’s okay with that. The CEO of West Coast Choppers used to be known as the biker dude from ‘Monster Garage’ and then more recently as the spouse of Sandra Bullock. But that all came crashing down last year when almost immediately after Bullock won the Oscar for ‘The Blind Side,’ the tabloids broke the seamy story of James’ epic infidelities. A mere year later, the two are divorced and James is living with his three children by two ex-wives and about to get married a fourth time to tattoo artist, Kat Von D.

The biker mogul capped off a week of promotion for his memoir, ‘American Outlaw,’ by chatting with PopEater about the timing of the bombshell book, the origins of his screw-ups, whether he really tried to reconcile with Sandra, his guilt that he “decimated” his kids’ lives and he brushes off criticism that he’s rushing into another marriage.

“It doesn’t matter if I wait, it’ll always be to too quick to the public,” he tells us. “I could wait ten years and everybody will say, ‘How come he’s rushing into it?’ It’s one of those things. At this point I don’t think I’m going to be able to do anything right in anybody’s eyes ever again, except kill myself or disappear, then people will be happy I guess.”


Posted Monday, May 9th, 2011 at 2:14pm
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