Chris Evans & Sandra Bullock are a thing now? ‘They really like each other’

These are photos of Chris Evans looking uncharacteristically thrilled in the face of a paparazzi camera. Chris was meeting Sandra Bullock for the very first time at the 2012 Vanity Fair party. These photos are amazing. Look at him. He’s smitten! Sandra doesn’t look like she’d kick him out of bed either. A few years later, E! reports that Sandra isn’t kicking Chris out of bed at all. They’re mutually attracted to each other and are testing the waters. Are they hitting it? I need to know. Sandra could use a good guy in her life. Chris whines a lot, and he’s needy, but he’s a good dude, right? OMG, they are doing it. E! also reminds us that Chris has made no secret of his Sandy crush over the years:

Chris Evans’ dream could be a reality!

While he is not dating his childhood crush Sandra Bullock per se, a source close to the actor tells E! News that the two share a mutual attraction and are in the early stages of getting to know each other.

“They are not in a relationship, but they are definitely hanging out and are in the early getting-to-know-each-other phase,” the source reveals. “They haven’t put a title on it, but they really like each other.”

Romance rumors ramped up in early May after they they shared a meal with pal Chelsea Handler at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood. The month prior, Evans and Bullock dined at West Hollywood hot spot Craig’s with Handler and Melissa McCarthy.

The Captain America actor, 32, met the Gravity actress, 49, at February 2012′s Vanity Fair Oscar party. “I used to be in love with Sandra Bullock when I was growing up. Sandy B. was my girl,” Evans told Playboy three months later. “I remember seeing Speed when I was in seventh grade and just thinking, ‘That’s her.’”

That same year, Evans told Details that he had a “big poster” of Bullock during his formative years.

At the time of those interviews, Evans was single. He later rekindled the flame with Minka Kelly, whom he first dated in 2007. Bullock, meanwhile, has been single since her 2010 divorce from Jesse James.

[From E! Online]

Yep, it sounds like Chris and Sandra are taking it slow but definitely in the early stages of dating. That’s a weird detail about having dinner with Chelsea Handler earlier this month. She’s a buzzkill, so I hope they ditched her fast.

Here is my question for you: Do you feel odd about Chris dating an actress whose posters once occupied his teenage bedroom walls? Consider the collective reaction to Amber Heard’s Johnny Depp posters and Katie Holmes’ Tom Cruise crush. Is it different when a boy grows up and starts dating his teenage dream? Also … Sandra is 17 years older than Chris. He’s over 30, so it doesn’t seem like a big deal. Plus, they’re both very famous and successful on their own, so there’s no question of one using the other for a career boost.

Look at his smile in this picture. They should have gotten together years ago!

Chris Evans

Sandra Bullock

Photos courtesy of Getty, Fame/Flynet & WENN

 

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  1. Erinn says:

    I still have this weird holdout for her and Ryan ahhaha. Foolish, but I don’t care.

    I have never really liked him, but also never overly disliked him. Though, I thought Jesse James wasn’t nearly as skeezy as he was, so clearly my radar isn’t great.

  2. Abbott says:

    His head looks like John Goodman’s big toe. Mazel, kids.

  3. GeeMoney says:

    This is an interesting pairing… I hope that they are happy.

  4. Eve says:

    I don’t trust anyone who is friends with Chelsea Handler so…I really don’t buy Sandra Bullock’s “nice girl” image. I also don’t believe she didn’t know anything about Jesse James’s neo nazi tendencies (don’t even bother trying to convince me otherwise).

    Bad move, Evans.

    • nina says:

      I highly doubt this story is true.

    • eliza says:

      I totally agree. You KNOW the person you are with. He had Nazi memorabilia displayed in his office at his shop. You mean to tell me she NEVER went to that shop the entire time they were married? Or are we to believe if she did go to the shop, he quickly removed the incriminating evidence of his secret shame and she remained blissfully unaware?

      The only reason she left him was for the public humiliation of the affair AND the fact his Nazi love was exposed. Sandy has very smartly crafted a good girl brand for herself over the years and was not about to have it publicly ruined by James and his carelessness.

      She was crazy about James and you cannot tell me she was shocked by the Nazi reveal. The affair, maybe but not the rest.

      No one will convince me otherwise either.

    • Tiffany27 says:

      While I do think it’s possible for people to keep parts of themselves secret from loved ones, I have a REALLY hard time believing Jesse never said anything racist in front of her.

    • Andrea1 says:

      Add Me to that!
      So much for the double standard also. If it were the other way round I know what people will say.

    • Simmie says:

      I just said this further down the thread. I want to like her, but it’s really hard for me to believe she had no idea about her husband.

    • Dena says:

      Chiming in to say – yup. I was stunned at how easily she skated through the whole blow-up over his Nazi sympathies, etc. In my experience with racists, they can hide it for a while if they want to – my FIL kept it hidden for a few years and I had no clue, but that was helped by the fact that we only saw him twice a year for holidays – but eventually they can’t hold it in any longer and it comes spewing out.

      She had to have known, and she chose to be with that man. So, no, I don’t ship her with Evans and I really hope this story isn’t true (don’t think it is, not a great source).

    • Lauren says:

      I´m totally with you, Eve! I don´t believe her good girl shtick either. The people you surround yourself with, speak volumes about yourself. She was married to Jesse James and is friends with Chelsea Handler – these are disgusting human beings.
      Sandra Bullock has a carefully crafted image, like Reese Witherspoon, but I think she is a totally different person behind closed doors.

      I also do wonder when they had the time to get to know each other. He was directing his first movie last winter, then he promoted Captain America in the Spring and now he is shooting The Avengers until August.
      I also find it bizzare to date your childhood celebrity crush. Plus, in general I´m not a fan of a big age difference – regardless if its the man or the woman who is much older.

      • starrywonder says:

        Well the whole Chelsea Handler thing doesn’t bother me. Everyone is friends with her in Hollywood. I have no idea why since she pretty much sucks but I know I have friends that other friends of mine don’t care for at all. I would hope that they wouldn’t just cut me off over them since I would never do that to them.

      • Eve says:

        No, not everyone is friends with that piece of garbage — that’s what *she* wants people to believe.

        It says a lot (to me, at least) that Bullock decided to have her as a close friend (and it isn’t good).

      • Liv says:

        I agree with Eve. Everyone who’s friends with Handler is suspicious! ;-)

        That said I won’t judge Sandra for her disgusting husband as long as I don’t know the facts. She seems to be a really nice and humble person and I think she fell in love with him and thought she could fix him – obviously his Nazi sympathies weren’t his only “issues”.

    • NN says:

      The most bizarre thing for me was what happened almost immediately afterwards….she got a people cover with her newly adopted son and proudly pronounced he was circumsized. It was just bizarre how quickly after the whole public humiliation she announced her adoption and got her son so fast and on cover of people. I don’t know but it just struck me as strange considering…
      I too don’t believe she was unaware of his nazi and hitler collection….she also said some questionable things about his kids, something like bragging about how blond and blue eyed they were in some interview. Just odd.
      I’ve always thought she seemed insincere.

    • kri says:

      Sandra is Jewish, so I hope she had no clue about Jesse James and his vileness. But that means she was really stupid, or he was really good at hiding it. And if she did know-well, oh, shit! No way she knew-so I’m going for “she was really stupid”.

    • She’s friends with Chelsea Handler !? Eeeew, disappointing.

      And I always find it kind of creepy when people get together with someone they crushed on AS A CHILD. He’ll, I’d be dating Indiana Jones if I were to date my childhood crush.
      Not Harrison Ford….Indiana Jones.

    • Bridget says:

      Handler’s been hooked up on a lot of “dates”with other CAA clients ever since she decided to leave E. Don’t you think its odd that she went from rolling with just a few women to all of a sudden being friends with everyone in Hollywood? They’re floundering to find her a new deal.

      Re: Sandra Bullock. I just have a hard time using the behavior of an ex to judge someone. They are two different individuals, who made their own choices in life. If James’ leanings were so extreme and obvious, how was there never even a whisper about it? How were they never mentioned in his divorce and custody battle with Janine? I don’t think its totally out of line to wonder if James knew that he married WAY out of his league and put his best face forward with Sandra. Sandra Bullock has one of the BEST reputations in Hollywood.

    • Camille (The Original) says:

      Completely agree with you Eve. You are spot on (as usual).

    • decorative item says:

      I really don’t understand, isn’t she Jewish? Wouldn’t knowing her husband was a Hitler freak be a tad uncomfortable for her?

  5. Kali says:

    I’m a little worried by how interested I am by this. I love unexpected couples…

  6. Audrey says:

    He’s older so the age difference isn’t a big deal. They’re both mature adults.

    The poster thing would be a bit uncomfortable but I guess if they’ve been friends for a while then they’re beyond that. Like he no longer associates her with that so it’s not so weird.

    Sandra seems so chill that she’d help calm his anxiety.

  7. Patricia says:

    How do we know he’s whiny and needy? Maybe some interview he did once?

    A whiny and needy man is a complete lust-killer for me. I can’t deal with a guy who doesn’t man up.

  8. Kaboom says:

    After Jesse James she deserves some sheet candy.

  9. Jenna says:

    Meh, I don’t see it but… *Kanye Shrug*

  10. Tx says:

    I’m excited for Sandy to have a hot young boytoy! Get it Sandy!

  11. Talie says:

    She could probably get him to lighten up a bit.

  12. Deb says:

    Go for it girl. I’d hit that.

  13. break says:

    He used to have a pretty well-known drinking problem. For her sake and Louie’s, I hope it’s under control.

  14. Abby_J says:

    Gosh, I think they are cute and all, but I bet she’d really prefer it if the media stopped reminding everyone that she was his childhood crush. Kind of makes her seem old. :)

    I don’t know how old she is, but we aren’t talking Doug Hutchison/Courtney Stodden difference. (or even Aaron Taylor Johnson and his wife) so nothing strange here.

    That said, if he were to eventually marry her, that would be all the Avengers actors married, right? Oh wait. Now we have Elizabeth Olsen, too.

    • Kate says:

      She will be 50 this year. So, I’m sure she’ll have plenty in common with Chris’ mom, since they are probably fairly closer in age.

    • Intro Outro says:

      TBH, I think 17-year difference is a bit too much. It’s already showing, and it will only grow more evident with time. I also feel a certain degree of pity for women who are *that* older than their partners because as time passes, they have to try harder and harder to look at least somewhat close to their partner’s age and I imagine it is a frustrating and never-ending process.

      • Khadijah says:

        How ridiculous of you to claim that older women have to look their partners age. I would hate to hear what you think about women with disabilities married to men without. Most human beings arent as obsessed with their surface appearance as you seem to be.

      • Intro Outro says:

        Wow. So nice and open for discussion, aren’t you? And such awesomely insightful conclusions about what I am obsessed with lol. But I am very patient, so here goes:

        First of all, do not try to subvert my point by taking it to the ridiculous extreme, inventing an extreme judgement which *you* think I would make and then accusing me of this extreme judgement. This is a very lame discussion tactic.

        Secondly, nowhere in my post I made a final and conclusive judgement about every single couple with a big age difference. Moreover, I did not label women in such couples as unworthy, vapid, delusional or anything else that you seem to think I *might* imply. If you actually paid attention, you would have seen that my choice of words (“I think”, “I imagine”) implied that I was expressing my opinion without trying to pass a final judgement on anyone – unlike you who didn’t hesitate to label and pass judgement on me.

        Thirdly, I know several celebrity couples with a very substantial age difference and a RL couple with 16 years of difference, woman being the older spouse. Unfortunately, what I said about women in such couples trying to look younger than their age holds true for all these couples. If you know couples with women being 16-17+ years older than their male partners and not trying to look closer to their partner’s age AS THEY GROW OLDER and the difference becomes more obvious – then instead of spewing accusations you should have written about these couples and thus made a valid point with which I would have happily agreed.

        P.S. I do believe – just FYI – that such couples can be happy together, that they can genuinely love each other and that both partners in such couples can be wonderful people. I didn’t think that I had to point that out since my original statement never implied anything to the contrary, but since you’ve already distorted my point, I’d rather leave this disclaimer lol.

      • Rainbows says:

        @Intro Outro that commment rubbed me off the wrong way too. I get that some people arent thrilled about age gaps and thats fine as long as it swings both ways. I draw the line at placing expectations on how an older partner should look especially when its a rule that wouldnt cut both ways. Its only a 17 year gap after all and the guy isnt some young nubile piece either.

      • Intro Outro says:

        @Rainbows:

        I am sorry if my comment rubbed anyone the wrong way, I did not mean to sound harsh, I was making an observation based on my experience, but the response I got was way harsher and more incommensurable, don’t you think?

        I absolutely agree with you that this attitude should swing both ways – and it does for me. Moreover, based on my female friends’ experience, after a certain age – usually 40 – I really see more couples where the woman is 4-7 years older than the man and it works fine. However, given the society’s expectations and attitudes, when the age difference is more than 15 years, women – who already are pressured by the sexual and social norms to try to look young for as long as possible – find themselves under double pressure because their significant other *naturally* looks younger.

        There was no judgement in my statement towards the women themselves – but rather towards the situation. It’s awesome and amazing when a woman in such a relationship accepts the age difference as something natural and just goes with the flow – as well as her partner – but, sadly, this is not a norm.

        Unfortunately, men are not under the same pressure as women to look young as long as possible. It is not fair – but it is a given.

  15. THeOriginalKitten says:

    Not a fan of Bullock.
    Sorry-she is so incredibly overrated as an actress and I’m tired of women making me feel like I *have* to like her.

    That being said, I find these two sexy as hell together. Not sure why but I’m really digging them as a couple…

    PS-The Blindside and Crash were both AWFUL, AWFUL movies and she was NOT GOOD in them.

    *runs and hides*

    • Tiffany27 says:

      Don’t hide sis, I HATED Crash. Overrated and everyone felt they could pat themselves on the back for it.
      I didn’t even bother with The Blindside.

    • K.B. says:

      Aww, I love The Blind Side. Her character cracks me up, and I’ve got a thing for Tim McGraw. Then again, I love football movies in general, including Friday Night Lights, even though that’s one of the most depressing movies I’ve ever seen, and I ugly cry every time they lose the championship game.

      I get what you mean about the whole America’s Sweetheart thing, though. The more the media/other people demand that I like someone, the less I’m inclined to. While I’ve never heard a bad word about her, I haven’t looked at her the same since the Jesse James debacle.

    • Grant says:

      Funny, I’ve always found Sandy to be pretty underrated as an actress. That being said, I wasn’t that impressed with the Blind Side.

    • Intro Outro says:

      Don’t run, I think Bullock is overrated as an actress, too.

    • Ham says:

      I read this about Sandra and the roles she plays and it made me giggle:

      “The confident, yet secretly insecure middle-aged feminist who can’t help but fall for the obnoxious Type-A male after he sees her trip and fall over a few things. She plays a variation of this character in almost every single movie she appears in, adding either a scowl if it’s a drama or a perky smile if it’s a comedy.”

      It’s true. She is overrated.

    • Ginger says:

      Yay! Someone who is on my side! I have never understood the crush factor regarding her AT ALL. She’s a decent actress but not great. She is cute but not sexy IMO. Sometimes she does nice things (like donate money to worthy causes and adopt a child) but other times she does things like marry a skeevy, racist dude (oh and apparently hang out with Chelsea Handler??!) So I suspect that her rep in Hollywood is carefully crafted.

    • littlestar says:

      Yup, she’s a mediocre actress. Have always thought that too. It’s her personality and how she treats people that has gotten her far in Hollywood. She’s on my list of how the f*ck did they ever win an Oscar, along with Julia Roberts and Reece Witherspoon. “America’s Sweethearts”. *gag*

    • Crash was indeed overrated. Straight from The School Of So Obviously Inflammatory To Inspire People To Talk School of Scriptwriting.

      Liked her in Blindside, and think that she is a good actress…but she is kind of like Tom Cruise, in that when you are watching her, you are never not aware that you are watching The Star. Good, but unable to transcend her own brand.

      I prefer actors (Oldman, Streep, Hiddleston) who can take you out of their own celebrity.

      That said, I do like her.

    • magpie says:

      Those two movies suck and while Sandy isn’t Streep, she’s the first to admit it. If she’s shagging Evans the more power to her.

  16. Simmie says:

    Conflicted on this one. I really WANT to buy into Sandy but it’s hard not to wonder if she knew about her ex husband’s anti-semetic and racist beliefs. On the other hand, she does seem really cool and I hope she didn’t know about her ex’s real personality, and if that’s the case she deserves happiness. If their respective public personas (I know that could be a big if) are generally reflective of who they really are, then they’re each a big step up for each other.

    I could be into it. I want to be into it. I just have skepticism.

    • Bridget says:

      Here’s why I’m willing to give her at least a smidge of the benefit of the doubt: Sandra has a sterling reputation. She’s known for not only be hardworking and professional, but also kind and respectful to everyone – all the way from the star of the member through the entire crew. She is also apparently incredibly generous amd gives a ton of $$$ to various causes. Do I like all her movies? Good lord no. But am I going to tar and feather her because she married an icky guy? Not so much. As much as we say “oh she had to know” its easy to say that in hindsight. How often do people say after the fact “I can’t believe I missed that” or “I convinced myself it wasn’t the case”. It’s easy to come to a conclusion when you have all of the evidence sitting in front of you in one pile.

      • Simmie says:

        That’s exactly why I’m conflicted. She genuinely seems great and I’m sure most of us have had the wool pulled over our eyes in relationships at some point. I’m skeptical about her image – not outright disbelieving. I want to like her, I want to believe she didn’t know that her husband was a terrible person, I’m just not completely convinced one way or the other.

      • LadySlippers says:

        Totally agree •Bridget•

        People rave about her. And it’s obviously genuine and that’s very very very rare for anyone in HW to receive that kind of feedback.

        Jesse even said he knowingly and willingly kept his ‘dark side’ from her because he knew she’d have no time for him otherwise. And he was correct.

      • Grant says:

        I have a friend who is a lovely person, but she always falls for terrible men. Am I going to judge her because her taste in men is dreadful? No. I pity her.

      • W says:

        I’ve heard a few stories that she is really shitty to fans.

      • starrywonder says:

        Yeah I guess I buy that Sandra didn’t know since she was in the process of adopting an African American child. Heck I dated a guy that was an undercover racist. Meaning I had no idea how much he disliked certain minorities until he said something one day. It made me uncomfortable but I thought okay well he probably didn’t mean that. Nope he said something again and I started to realize that he was just a POS. I am African American by the way and he didn’t get why I was offended since he was not making a remark about my people. God.

        I heard nothing but nice things about Sandra Bullock from gossip sites and other things that she donates money and time to and I have to say I loved her in every single movie. Heck I even watched that horrible movie with her and Bradley Cooper and still liked it haha.

      • Bridget says:

        Can I also point out, if all his nazi paraphenalia was so obvious, how was it never reported on before? Its not like people wouldn’t have been going into his office for years. Or wouldnt his EXTREMELY angry and vindictive ex have said something if she had ammunition like that?

      • GByeGirl says:

        She may not have known until later on. She may have had blinders on due to loving the guy, and then tried to ignore it because she fell for his daughter? She may have also continued with the marriage longer than she had wanted to due to the impending adoption. Is marital status still considered a bonus when looking to adopt?

        I give her the benefit of the doubt due to her professionalism and the fact that everyone who works with her loves her. You never hear diva stories about her.

        Crash sucked ass.

    • K.B. says:

      I think she knew how he felt, but not the entire extent of it. I think she overlooked it because she loved his children, and he was careful about when/how he expressed his opinions. While I’ve never heard anything about her, I think she left him because he publicly embarrassed her while she was campaigning for an Oscar, and his beliefs would obviously affect her chances of adopting. I don’t know how the adoption process works (i.e. if you can request a specific race/ethnicity, or if you just file adoption papers, and if you don’t express a preference, how far into the process you find out you have the possibility of welcoming a child of a different race/ethnicity in your home), but Jesse must have absolutely lost his mind when he found out that Louis needed a home.

      Yes hindsight is 20/20, but this isn’t a situation of finding out your husband is actually a con artist/murderer/whatever. Unless Sandra is incredibly self-absorbed and spent very little time around her husband, there’s NO WAY she was completely blind to Jesse’s beliefs/opinions. I don’t think she shares his beliefs, but I think she accepted them as being part of who Jesse is.

      • Bridget says:

        The whole thing about Jesse James is that he was supposed to be a ‘reformed’ bad guy, and Sandra was so ridiculously out of his league that I actually buy that he would have spent years on his utterly best behavior in front of her. And again I ask: if it was so obvious, how did none of his behavior leak out until after the whole Bombshell incident?

  17. nina says:

    She is friends with Chelsea Handler and was married to a nazi… Run Chris run !

  18. Miss M says:

    My little crush for Evans just ends today.

    Go back to Ryan Gosling, Sandra! :)

  19. pnichols says:

    “that’s her”……I just got the butterflies in my stomach. This would be great!

  20. K.B. says:

    She has the worst taste in men.

  21. serena says:

    Just because this time the girl is the oldest one it doesn’t make me less umconfortable. I don’t like these uge age gap, and when actors date their teenage crush.. I think something’s wrong about it. But whatever… what bothers me more is Chelsea Handler.. ugh, that woman is everywhere!

    • K.B. says:

      I have this theory* that Chelsea is really good at talking people into getting really drunk and spilling their deepest, darkest secrets (or she sleeps with someone to advance her career). They then keep her around because they know that not only does she not give two hoots about selling someone out, but she’ll also profit from said selling out.

      *I’m 99% sure this is not an original theory. Other people have probably expressed a similar theory in posts about her, but I can’t stand her so I’m unfamiliar with what people say or think about her.

      • serena says:

        LOL seems good to me, why would you become friend with her otherwise?

      • I think it’s more of a publicist thing at first–I’m pretty sure they’re all repped by the same people–CAA. So that’s how Handler managed to get some really, really, REALLY good guests on her show–because CAA sends them all to Handler’s show to promote their stuff.

        But there’s a fine line between just going on her show, to promote your movie, and then going out and hanging out with her, after hours–MORE THAN ONCE.

        You don’t control your friends. You can’t control what they say or do. That’s true. But you can control who you are friends WITH. You control who you are seen with.
        That’s why I side eye anyone who hangs out with her–Charlize Theron, Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock. That’s why I hold Jennifer responsible for what Handler has said about the JP’s.

      • Em says:

        You should hold Handler responsible for what Handler said about the JP’s.

  22. A.Key says:

    What?! OMG :D
    First Tarantino and Thurman, and now this!!

  23. K says:

    You are only as good as the company you keep. She is friends with Chelsea Handler. Well, that speaks volumes about Sandy B.

    Sorry, Chris Evans. You have horrible taste in women.

  24. Arie says:

    The age gap still bothers me. Just the same if the roles were reversed. And I still am biased against Sandra since the Jesse James days.

    But if they’re happy good for them.

    • Ham says:

      Yeah. I think it’s totally odd when people date someone who is 10+ years older/younger than they are. I get that there is attraction, and some people make it work. But, she is 50. I’m sure Chris’ mom is between 55-60 years old. So, it just seems weird. And when I look at that photo of the two of them together, I don’t go “Oh, they are cute together!” in a boyfriend/girlfriend sorta way. They are cute in a mother/son way, like she’d use her saliva on her finger to wipe dirt off of his face…

      • I think it works if you truly understand the age gap–that you’re going to have limitations, that things are going to change in the future.

        My mom is 50, my dad is 37. My mom is NOT the same as she was when she was 34 and had just met him. While she has always looked very young for her age (people always seem to think she and my dad are the same age), she’s changed…physically. She’s had five kids–so she gained weight (plus we’re all short with big boobs and have a tendency to gain in our hips), her boobs are not high and perky. I don’t see my dad complaining about anything. If anything, he’s always telling her how beautiful she looks.

  25. b says:

    I just want to refute the hating on Sandy. 10 years ago Joel Schumacher (director) came to our company for an employee event. He was asked who the nicest person he’s ever worked with was (as well as the worst). The nicest was Sandra Bullock.

  26. Dena says:

    The age gap thing…it bothers me, but also because I’ve seen it play out in my family.

    My Aunt married a guy 17 years older than her when she was in her 30′s. She wanted kids but they made the decision to not have any due to his age. Fast forward to now, she’s in her 50′s and he’s in his 70′s and all their friends are in his age group/circle, most of her friends entered such vastly different stages (husband their own age, kids) that the friendships drifted away….and she’s confided to me that she’s really worried because now she’s realizing he’s going to die and she’ll have a good 20 years on her own. Plus, his health issues are getting worse, so she’s caring for him (she’s a nurse, so she basically goes to work and does her job, then comes home and does her job) and she’s lonely. She still loves him, but she has a lot of regrets about marrying him and a lot of worries about her future.

    YMMV, but while age gaps this large may work in your 30′s, I think that as time goes by the strain on the relationship from the age difference grows worse.

  27. Lucy says:

    Omg. That’s all I have to say.

  28. ella says:

    What’s with the Joker-esque look on her face in the first two photos? It looks like she’s signaling to someone that she’s about to eat her victim. Actually, it looks like he’s genuinely having a good time, and she’s posing.

  29. Izzy says:

    I’m on the fence about Bullock, and I think most people know where I stand on Evans (hint: it’s more like sitting… in his lap). But this is a cute pairing. The age difference will probably end up being too much at some point, but you know what? Have fun while you can. I certainly would, and I’m nine years older than Dat Cap Ass. One more observation: hopefully Chris doesn’t walk away disappointed; when you idolize someone you’ve never met, then meet them in real life, it can be a disappointment, especially if you get to know them well.

    Oh, and one more slightly OT observation: Cap2 had many fine shots of Dat Cap Ass. Shout-out to Marvel Studios for that!

  30. EscapedConvent says:

    I don’t care about the age difference at all, but I certainly care that she’s friends with Chelsea Handler. I don’t know how a reasonable person would be friends with that harpy.

  31. Fan says:

    No, Sandra. Don’t do it. You can enjoy his company but don’t fall hard because you will end up getting hurt. Look at what happened to Demi. It usually does not work. Men are not like women. They can be heartless when they fall out of love. Because once they become older they will seek younger women to boost their self-esteem then that’s the time you will be hurt the most because you invested so much already.

  32. Patty Cake says:

    I love Bullock. I love Evans too. It’s just that Evans is so flaky. He’s hot one minute then cold the next. It does look like he needs a chick with humor, he just always appealed to me as someone who struggles with depression. Whereas Bullock always appealed to me as someone who is very sure of herself on a good way. Anyway, if the romance is real, I wish them the best.

  33. LT says:

    I like them both – and so what if they want a little bit of somethin’ somethin’ for a while. It doesn’t mean they will be together forever – a little bit of mutual attraction that leads to fun flirting and whatever else isn’t going to hurt anyone.

    As for “did she know or didn’t she” regarding Jesse James: I have no idea. People see what they want to see – I know some sensible women who have been involved with some questionable men. Not everyone is a great judge of character – or they believe that a good guy is underneath the veneer. Haven’t you ever had a friend who was involved with an idiot – and everyone could see it but her?

  34. Maxx says:

    They’re bearding….
    He had her posters on his wall, just like Katie always loved Tom….

  35. dancinnancy says:

    17 year age differences creep me out. My grandparents were that far apart and my grandmother basically spent 60 on as my grandfather’s nursemaid. She loved him, but her whole life was cleaning the house and taking him to appointments. May-December creeps me out. She could be his mom.

  36. Kimberly says:

    What can I say? He’s living his dream………just like Katie did with Tom. (although that didn’t end well, at least she enjoyed the ride for a while)

    Anyhow, I like Sandra a lot more than that ‘fame whore’ named Minka Kelly, he previously dated twice.

    I don’t think the relationship will last long especially with that huge age gap, but I do hope they enjoy their time together and I wish them the best.

  37. Anita says:

    From blind items, as well as my own hunch, I think shes gay. Love reading all your comments daily :)

  38. Kosmos says:

    While I LOVE Sandra, and Chris seems like a nice enough guy, too, I’m just not in favor of the big age difference here. I don’t think it works for the long term. I feel that maybe a five year difference wouldn’t matter, but not this many….Sandra will be 50 on her next bday! But otherwise, I hope they can at least have some fun and enjoy things together when possible. She’s one of my favorites, so I wish her the best, always….

  39. rya says:

    I don´t buy it. This whole “a source revealed” thing always seems like a trick by the author to make the story more believable. They went to dinner with a group of people – could also be business related.