Sandra Bullock named People’s ‘most intriguing’ person of 2010By ANI
Thursday, December 16, 2010
WASHINGTON - Sandra Bullock has been named woman of the year in People magazine’s issue of the 25 most intriguing people of 2010.
The 46-year-old actress won the best actress Oscar for ‘The Blind Side’ in March, and about one week later the news of her then husband Jesse James cheating on her emerged which ended her marriage, reports People magazine.
In August, Forbes declared her the highest paid actress in Hollywood who earned 56 million dollars for two box office hits, football film ‘The Blind Side’ and romantic comedy ‘The Proposal.’
People also singled out stars and non-stars alike with special titles. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were named ‘Glam Parents,’ and the Chilean miners were singled out for their dramatic rescue.
Other names included in the 2010 list were actress Natalie Portman, given the title ‘Screen Gem,’ for her risky role as a ballerina in Oscar-hopeful film ‘Black Swan.’
Female rapper Nicki Minaj was named ‘Rap Renegade,’ and upcoming Oscar co-host and actor James Franco, who this year has starred in movies, released a book and had his own art exhibit, was labeled ‘Multitasker’ in the list.
Conservative politician Sarah Palin was dubbed the ‘Big Gun’ of 2010. (ANI)