Sandra Bullock steps out with new man at ‘Our Brand Is Crisis’ premiere
Sandra Bullock just took her new man to a glittery work event in Hollywood.
The Oscar-winning actress was joined by new boyfriend Bryan Randall on Monday night at the premiere of her latest film, political comedy “Our Brand Is Crisis,” which opens Friday. Although, the new couple did not pose for red carpet photos together -- Bullock reserved that honor for costar Billy Bob Thornton -- they were snapped walking hand-in-hand upon arrival at the TCL Theatre.
The 51-year-old “Minions” star donned a flowy J. Mendel gown for the occasion and her date cleaned up nicely in a trim black suit.
Bullock reportedly met the lifestyle photographer in January at her son Louis’ fifth birthday party, where Randall was taking pictures, Us Weekly said, then began dating in June.
The former model also joined Bullock at pal Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s surprise wedding in August. Later that month, the new couple was photographed together leaving Hollywood hangout Craig’s while rumors of their new romance went mainstream. The comely duo was also digitally captured earlier this month smiling widely on their way to an event that appeared to call for a festively wrapped gift.
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Randall also has a young daughter and has met Bullock’s son, whom she adopted in 2010. He “respects that her main priority is Louis; he’s a parent himself. There is no co-parenting involved,” a source told People.
Speaking of kids, last week the “Gravity” star shut down viral reports that she had adopted a second child.
“There’s only one adopted child in my household and his name is Louis,” she told the Associated Press. “If I had an adopted child -- if I had a second adopted child -- everyone would be hearing about it. I would be loud and clear and say, ‘Yes, I have officially adopted a second child.’ Right now, Louis must be it.”
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