Sandra Bullock Is Making A TV Show About Her Uni Years
Sandra Bullock is developing a brand new series based on her wild college years.
The 'Miss Congeniality' actor, more recently known for her role as "that lady from 'Bird Box', is executive producing the show that will focus on her undergraduate days in the 1980s.
According to Deadline, Bullock completed a drama degree in North Carolina back in 1987 and the comedy/drama will focus on her life in the deep south as a youngster figuring out her identity.
The series will apparently be a "fantastical, dance-filled journey, traversing the worlds of drag culture, mental health, and the AIDS epidemic" Deadline revealed.
"All while following a group of young outcasts who band together and dare to be themselves, despite the very real danger they face in doing so," the description continued.
The series also has the support of John Legend and 'Da Vinci Code' writer Akiva Goldsman, who have both signed on as co-executive producers for the as yet untitled series.
Goldsman and Bullock are longtime pals and the idea for the series popped up when Sandy was chatting to him about her transformative uni days.
The project doesn't yet have a release date and there's no clue yet as to whether Bullock will make a cameo, maybe as a wise drama teacher, but we certainly hope she makes an appearance on screen.
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