The 'Blind Side' beauty sports wavy and lighter lock, and wears a checked coat to complete her frumpy look when filming the movie in Manhattan.
Sandra Bullock is back working in front of camera with "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" after taking a hiatus since winning an Oscar in 2010. The actress has been spotted on the set of the upcoming drama on Friday, March 18 in Manhattan, New York City where she appeared with a frumpy hairstyle which is different from her daily do.
She traded her straight brown hair with wavy lighter lock for the filming, while wearing a checked coat paired with black trousers. Wandering around the set with some crew, she brought a bag and some papers which are likely part of the shooting property.
Bullock co-stars Tom Hanks in the movie based on a novel of the same title written by Jonathan Safran Foer. The story follows an ambitious young nine-year-old, Oskar Schell, who scours New York City in search of a lock that a key his father left him will open. The boy's father died in the 9-11 attacks and Oskar was also said to be an amateur inventor, jewelry designer, astrophysicist, tambourine player and pacifist at such a young age.
Stephen Daldry works behind the lens of "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close", which is produced by one of "The Social Network" producers, Scott Rudin. Eric Roth writes the script for the upcoming film.