According to New York Post, Zoe Saldana and Bradley Cooper could make their first public appearance as a couple at the Sundance Film Festival. The pair, said to have been quietly dating for months, will be in Park City from Thursday to promote “The Words,” in which Cooper plays an aspiring writer who finds another author’s memoirs and claims them as his own. There will be a cast dinner Thursday before the movie is screened as the festival’s closing-night premiere on Jan. 28.
Actress Tracy Reed was born October 28, 1949 in Fort Benning, Georgia. Leading lady Tracy Reed received her first major professional break when she was hired as one of the ensemble players for the 1969 TV anthology Love, American Style.
This led to Reed’s being cast as Corey Bratter in the all-black, weekly-series version of Neil Simon’s Barefoot in the Park (1970). Two decades later, she co-starred as Charlotte Anderson in Knot’s Landing (1990-91).
In between her series assignments, Tracy Reed appeared in several theatrical and made-for-TV movies; she owns the dubious distinction of having played opposite both Bill Cosby (in 1978’s Top Secret) and O.J. Simpson (in 1983’s Cocaine and Blue Eyes). Tracy Reed should not be confused with the British actress of the same name. According to Bing.
Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks will play husband and wife in the movie “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close,” a movie in which she plays the wife of a 9/11 victim.
The movie is based on a 9-year-old boy who sets out across New York City on his own looking for clues to a key left by his dead father. The boy worshiped his father but remains distant from his mother, even after the tragedy.
“I think,” she added “that the story is about honoring people’s grief, while giving them permission to have grief. I loved that it showed generations in pain — the young boy and the mother — and how they healed each other by listening and talking.” According to, Hispanic Business.
The film’s subtext struck an emotional chord with Bullock, who was staying at a SoHo hotel in lower Manhattan when the passenger jets struck the twin towers.
“I was in full view of both towers,” she says.
“I saw the second plane, and I saw people helping people. That is the thing that resonates about the city of New York to me. Within seconds, the entire city came together, and residents helped each other in a way they hadn’t the day before.”