I still cannot entirely get over the several memes that created a rage back then when the Sandra Bullock starrer, Bird Box was released on Netflix. Not only was the film pretty good but also were the memes on her character absolutely hilarious.
However, now Sandra is all set to come at rival Amazon where a series is set to be created inspired on her life. According to reports, Amazon is developing a series loosely inspired by Sandra Bullock’s college years.
Bullock will executive produce the series along with Akiva Goldsman and John Legend. K.C. Perry will write and executive produce. The series is described as a dramedy set in the world of music and dance. It will take place in the American deep south in the 1980s, where one darkly off-beat young woman defies expectations and sets out in search of love, community, and an identity of her own.
The idea for the series is said to have come from conversations between Bullock and Goldsman. Goldsman then brought in Marja Lewis-Ryan and Legend’s Get Lifted Film Co. to further develop the idea as a series. Lewis-Ryan is now focused on the “L Word” revival at Showtime and will, therefore, serve as consulting producer on the Amazon project.
This will be Bullock's second production after she served as an executive producer on George Lopez’s self-titled ABC comedy series, which ran for six seasons.
We are certainly excited about it already.