Sandra Bullock on Chris Evans: ‘We married, we separated, we filed for divorce’

A few weeks ago, we heard the scrumptuous news that Sandra Bullock (she of the decade of hotness) was dating Chris Evans, a.k.a., “Captain America.” Chris has been crushing on Sandra since her Speed days and even kept posters of her on his teenage bedroom wall. They met in 2012 and reportedly just started dating. We heard that “they really like each other,” but neither of their reps confirmed the relationship. I shipped them pretty hard.

Chris has been able to avoid the press lately, but Sandra hasn’t been so evasive. How is she dealing with the questions of her new rumored man? Sandra’s cracking jokes when people ask her about this new romance: “We’ve since married and it started breaking apart, so we separated. We filed for divorce, and I hope everyone can respect our privacy. But we’re going to remain friends and share responsibility of the farm animals we’ve taken on, because you just can’t abandon the animals.

Ha. I bet Chris is enjoying the heck out of this. He’s so private, and Sandra is throwing the rumors back at the media. Lainey points out that Sandra used to tease the press the same way way back when she dated Matthew McConaughey. Sandra is very good at letting the press know what she won’t talk about. But yeah. Sandy and Cap are hitting it. Totally.

Now for more Sandra news that isn’t so happy. CB already covered the weekend intruder at Sandra’s home. CNN updates the story and says the man was inside Sandra’s home for over an hour while she slept. The intruder was charged with felony counts of burglary, stalking, and possession of a machine gun. (He did not have the machine gun with him when he broke in.) This is so scary! I am glad that Sandra and her son are okay, and hopefully, the intruder will be locked away.

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  1. Lilacflowers says:

    Sandra Bullock, get your paws of MY super secret husband!

  2. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    Cute couple. He looks like he’s enjoying himself very much. Please don’t tell me he’s married or douchey. Just let me saw “aw…how sweet.” I need it on this rainy day.

  3. ncboudicca says:

    She does seem to collect a lot of hot male friends, doesn’t she? I’ll ignore Jesse James, pretty much every woman has been sucked in by a total asshole at least once. Git that CAP ASS, Sandra!

    • launicaangelina says:

      Thank you for saying that! I was totally sucked in by a complete a$$hole too, several years ago.

    • Eve says:

      “I’ll ignore Jesse James, pretty much every woman has been sucked in by a total asshole at least once”

      Hmmm, nope. By a neo nazi — and for five years! — I haven’t.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      I’ve never had the pleasure of being taken by an asshole but I could see how it can happen.

      …but were your assholes collecting Nazi paraphernalia and posing in Nazi regalia?

      I’m just surprised she wouldn’t see his “collection” and go running for the hills. That being said, I do agree with you ladies that the hate and judgment for her dating James is a bit over-the-top. She shouldn’t be crucified for his assholery.

      • taxi says:

        She met Jesse when she went to his store with her nephew to buy a bike for the kid’s birthday. Maybe she didn’t spot anything strange about the decor, the employees, patrons, etc. During the time the dated, didn’t she read his tattoos? I guess she chose to ignore the inked symbols & messages to marry him anyway.

    • JenniferJustice says:

      Although it’s true, many have been taken by a a$$hole as you say, most women who are conned by a douche really didn’t have any warning signs or reason to think they were a douche. Jesse James, on the other hand, was a known womanizer. He left his wife for Sandra, so they were hitting it well before he ended his relationship with his current wife at the time. He was also known for living in the fast lane – sex, drugs and rock-n-roll. She knew but thought he would be different with her. I’m not sympathetic to that as I find it arrogant and superior. She is not good with relationships. There must be some serious insecurity there that just isn’t obvious. Why the cruds, and why the younger men? She’s in her 40s, has a child, her career is well-established. She’s in a completely different place in her life than he is. I don’t see this lasting or ending well. They will be respectful and classy about it, but she’s going to get hurt and so is her boy if he and Captain get close.

      • mayamae says:

        Sounds a lot like how Julia Roberts got her husband. The thing is, Sandra doesn’t come off like the raging bitch that Julia is.

        I don’t understand how Sandra missed the Nazi memorabilia, but I have no reason to believe she carries those values herself. I’d like to think that, like Angelina, she and her son moved on from the original father of her child.

    • ncboudicca says:

      Well, I had forgotten about the Nazi stuff, I was only thinking of his womanizing. But now I have to revise my opinion of her down…darn, that’s a bummer.

      • Bob Loblaw says:

        I disagree, there’s a rush to judgement here I don’t agree with. Jesse James is an unsavory character and it’s unfortunate she was involved with him but she is not responsible for his being a neo-nazi jackass. If everyone were condemned by their associations with idiots we would all be in trouble. I agree with the original sentiment, anyone, male or female, is capable of being taken in by a worthless POS. We all see what we want to see when we fall in love, there are stars in our eyes and common sense goes out the window. If you’re lucky you end up with a keeper but mostly we don’t.

  4. paola says:

    I can’t imagine anything worse than having an intruder in your house lurking while you’re asleep.
    I would need therapy even to just be alone in my house in the daytime let alone sleep in it.

    • Nicolette says:

      Me too, that’s something that will shake you to your core. The one place you should be able to feel safe and protected is your own home. I wouldn’t be able to function after that kind of violation. To have had some nut lurking around as she and her child slept is horrifying. Thankfully neither of them were harmed.

    • iheartjacksparrow says:

      What I can’t imagine is all the celebrities that apparently don’t have security systems. Heck, I’m not a celebrity and I don’t have anything worth taking, but I have a security system and if anyone tried to break in, the alarm would be blasting.

      • Mel M says:

        Totally came here to say that. I grew up with a security system and will always want one. I don’t understand how these celebs don’t have top of the line systems in place.

    • Maria of MD says:

      That would be incredibly unnerving. This is why we have THREE dogs. No one comes near the house without them telling us.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      This happened to me when I was sixteen, an intruder in my house, in my bedroom. Thirty years later and I still tend to get unnerved at night if alone in a quiet house. I slept with a knife under my pillow for about two years after the attack. I had and still have a lot of difficulty falling asleep, and staying asleep, I am still hyper-vigilant to strange noises and unable to relax and feel secure especially in new sleeping environments. Incidentally the dogs we had did not protect or warn me as they knew my intruder.

  5. Dame Snarkweek says:

    My heart goes out to her and her child. Having a stalker is one of the most terrifying and isolating experiences imagineable. I only experienced a comparitively minor situation where an unhinged person refuses to leave you alone but even that left me with a feeling of helplessness, paranoia, anger and fear so pervasive it is difficult to forget. And I can tell you that celebrities indeed receive special treatment because so many authorities don’t take stalking seriously. So many people, mostly Women, have had to die just to push the anti-stalking legislature that is in place today.

    • SamiHami says:

      I had a stalker for two years. It is truly horrifying. This was back in the late 1980′s, way before there were any anti stalking laws. When I went to the police for help, they told me he would have to do physical harm to me before they could act. I’m okay now, but I was paranoid and mistrustful for many years.

      • TG says:

        So did your stalker finally get bored and move on? That must be terrifying. I have a neighbor right now how is harrassing me, but she hasn’t done anything yet that I could call the police about but even still I get knots in my stomach and think I will throw up. I also worry about my child and start wondering if she is capable of murder or violence or who knows what and this is only a small incident but when you feel threatened your mind starts to think about everything. Also I own my home and her ex husband is the actual neighbor but they have a kid together so it isn’t like she will ever go away.

      • Nicolette says:

        Why does law enforcement insist that someone be hurt or worse in order for them to take action? This has never made any sense to me. Sorry that you had to go through that, it must have been horrible.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      So sorry you both went through that. How terrifying.

      • Dame Snarkweek says:

        Thank you, Gnatty. I still haven’t told my mother about it because she will freak out although the incident is over. I am not the person to give up my emotional autonomy easily so it is very frightening when someone else is calling those shots, you know? And sometimes it starts with something small. So if someone displays microaggression take note, be wary and be proactive.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        I had a man actively stalk me for 10 years (from the age of 16-26). He even took a job with a company painting my house so he could see me. I had to explain the situation to the owner of the company so they would remove him from painting my house. The owner said he quit immediately after they put him on another house. Acquaintances still tell me he asks about me and knows everything about my life. My Facebook name is fake and he still found me and friend requested me. I didn’t accept and he now “follows” me instead. 18 years of fixation 😳 that’s one sick puppy.

      • mayamae says:

        When I was a child, my mother had a stalker of sorts. She never saw him in person, but he would call and threaten her. She recognized his voice, but she could never place who he was. Anyway, my mom was a badass, so the last time he called and told her he was coming for her, she said, “Come on over. I’ve got my gun and I’m waiting for you.” My dad was still alive, but my mom always fought her own battles. That pretty much took care of it.

  6. misa says:

    But wasn´t her whole point saying that they are not dating? I think it´s interesting that People Mag never picked up the dating rumors, even though they had several stories about Sandy where they could have easily mentioned she is dating Chris Evans but they did not. But they were the first ones saying she is dismissing the rumors.

    • Green Girl says:

      That’s a good point!

    • lauren says:

      Yep! People is speculating if Jennifer Lopez is dating again – so it´s not like they generally shy away from rumors or speculation but they chose to not go with the rumors surrounding Sandy and Chris, even though they could have easily mentioned it. I guess they waited for either a confirmation or denial- and they went with the denial. People has long standing relationships with celebrities and their publicists and I´m inclined to believe them more than a mysterious internet “source”.

  7. PrairieGirl says:

    If this is true, it’s a big step up for my imaginary boy toy Chris. He usually dates models (Bunchen), no-talents (Biel) and famewh0res (Kelly). I KNEW he needed an older woman to mommy him! LOL.

  8. Tobiana says:

    Ugh, she’s never going to get with Keanu Reeves like my inner child wants her to is she? I guess Chris Evans will have to do.

  9. 30winks says:

    I read her son was out with the nanny and Sandra locked herself in a room until police arrived. So frightening. Thank goodness she has the resources to pay for security until that stalker is locked away.

  10. Dhavynia says:

    He’s hot, she’s hot ‘enough said

  11. lucy2 says:

    That stalker story is so scary. I’m so glad everyone is safe, that could have ended terribly. Hopefully she beefs up security, and the stalker guy gets some help along with his jail time.

  12. Tiffany27 says:

    Can you just walk up to a celebrity’s home? How scary.

  13. FLORC says:

    I do not get his hotness. Like I would have to console him from happy tears.
    He’s too old to give me end of phone conversation “no you hang up, no. You hang up” vibes.

    • mayamae says:

      I find him utterly generic. I’m not really into superheroes, but Captain America has got to be the blandest – or at least tied with Superman. I like the dark and tortured.

    • jjva says:

      Ha, I don’t know what it is but I’m the total opposite. There is something about this dude that pushes all my buttons. My husband and I saw Cap 2 and I spent the whole movie just like “I … have to touch that man. I have to touch him now. I cannot rest until I have touched him on his arms and his chest and his other places.” I wasn’t expecting it! And that’s even with the “no you hang up” vibes (FLORC, that’s hilarious and dead on with him). I don’t necessarily want to hear him talk, let’s say that. :)

  14. Nicolette says:

    In the age of technology, keeping a stalker at bey is almost impossible for anyone. All someone has to do is Google your name and up pops your phone number, address, relatives names etc. There simply is no privacy anymore, it was lost somewhere along the way. Technology may be great in some ways, in others not so much.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      It is possible to keep a low profile and keep things private, technology or no, but people have to put in the effort and resist the temptation to spread their information freely everywhere. Yes, there is some limited info freely available in the public record but people today go way beyond that and put everything on their social media. Social media gives you the illusion that it’s private but it’s a public forum that you don’t control, it’s public. If you want privacy and anonymity you have to strive for it and control your information and access to your information.

  15. Miss M says:

    I do not like this coupling and I don’t even have a reason…

  16. Nic says:

    She’s funny!

  17. Soulange says:

    Sandy is just like me in a way.We make jokes when its suppose to be serious, are we dont want to discuss it.
    We often do this when we feel that its none of your bussines.
    We would never say: none of your BIZZ.
    We just dont.

  18. Nessa says:

    I love both Sandy and Chris individually, but as a couple I am not really feeling it. I don’t get why people think they are actually dating. Based on that one sighting of them at dinner with a group of people? I just think there would be more to it if they were. He is in London shooting AOU. She is in LA with her son. Just don’t think there is much to it more than a flirty friendship (which most of us have with someone).

  19. TuesdaysChild says:

    Not feeling this either. Chris Evans is alright to look at but sexy? Nah. Sandra can do hotter.

  20. allheavens says:

    Stalkers need the “Ray Donovan” treatment. These people are delusional and there is no telling when they might cross the line to completely psychotic.

    I had a man break into our home when I was 13, it was the summertime and I was home alone. He literally took the door frame off with sheer strength, because we had a deadbolt and a latch. I saw him in the kitchen, he did not see me. I crept back into my bedroom, thought about hiding in the closet, nixed that idea because he would probably find me. So, I crept as softly as I could through the hallway into the foyer, unlocked the front door and bolted like the Devil was behind me.

    There were some men painting a neighbor’s house right across the street, I told them what had happened, they ran to my house to see if they could catch him but he must have heard the front door slam and took off.

    So grateful I didn’t panic and happy I didn’t hide in the closet because if he had found me, I don’t know what he would have done to me.

    Anyhoo, I like Sandy, I like Chris, if they are dating, fine by me.

    • mayamae says:

      You are ten times smarter than every horror heroine. I think children have a natural instinct to hide – I was in a house fire when I was little and actually hid instead of running. As I got a little older, I had planned routes of escape which typically included climbing out of my second story window. It’s amazing how often parents don’t talk about these things with their children.

  21. PrairieGirl says:

    So, I’m wondering: on JustJared some time ago there was a response to this rumor by someone called “Cru” (here: http://www.justjared.com/2014/05/29/sandra-bullock-chris-evans-romance-rumors-are-swirling/comment-page-4/#comments – #88). His personal Facebook page for family and friends was apparently under the pseudonym “Cru Jones.” (see screen caps here: http://s1343.photobucket.com/user/chrisevanscandids/library/CHRIS%20EVANS%20PERSONAL%20PICTURES-CANDIDS?sort=3&page=1) Celebrities read these gossip sites, we know they do – would he or someone close to him write that comment I wonder? Anyone wanna speculate?

  22. magpie says:

    Love Sandy, not because she’s the best actress (she’ll be the first to admit she’s not) or the most beautiful or whatever. But thank you dear for proving that women (and one over 40!) can be a box office draw and movies with women can succeed!

  23. Sass says:

    Sorry to burst the bubble, but Sandra Bullock is closeted. Seriously. She’s a wonderful person and not a bad actress for sure, but she is not interested in men.

    • andypandy says:

      Hmmm there are a lot of blinds about this suggesting she has the best closet in town but what does that this say about her boyfriends for instance Ryan Gosling etc ????