Sandra Bullock develops a television music show about her college life | Broadway Buzz


Sandra Bullock
(Photo: Getty Images)

Sandra Bullock is a little closer to the world of Broadway. The acclaimed Oscar-winning actress announced that she was developing a new musical television series for Amazon, based on her experiences at East Carolina University, North Carolina, in the 1980s, according to the same source . The Hollywood Reporter. Tony winning John Legend (jitney) is a co-executive producer with Akiva Goldsman (Star Trek: Discovery).

Located in the depths of the South, the current untitled project is centered on "a very offbeat young woman who defies expectations and sets out in search of love, community and, above all, of her own identity" . The series "will traverse the worlds of dredge culture, mental health and the AIDS epidemic", with dance and music.

As an actress, Bullock won the Golden Globes Oscars and the Academy for The blind side and was nominated for Gravity. She has also been named Golden Globe for While you slept, Miss Congeniality and Proposal. His only theatrical credit in New York marks a turning point in the 1988 off-Broadway play No flat time. His previous work as Executive Producer includes ABC Sitcom George Lopez.

The casting and the release date of the new series will be announced at a later date.


Source link