EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Blind Side Stars Rooting For Sandra Bullock To Win Oscar

Mar. 6 2010, Published 11:10 a.m. ET

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With the Oscars only a day away, the votes are cast and everyone is ready to see the stars on the red carpet.  The MMPA Oscar Week Student Filmmakers Luncheon was held in Beverly Hills at the Montage Hotel on Friday, and spoke with Sandra Bullock’s co-stars who voiced their support for her Best Actress nomination.

“Sandra all the way.  100%,” Lily Collins told on who she wants to win the Oscar.  Lily, looking adorable in head to toe Dior, played Sandra’s daughter in the blockbuster film The Blind Side and said she’s kept in touch with her on screen mom.  “We email a lot.  She’s just so sweet and we have all these inside jokes. She’s really just the sweetest.”

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Quinton Aaron was the breakout star, playing Bullock’s adopted son and NFL superstar in the movie.  “Of course Sandra,” he said about his wish for her to be the Best Actress winner.  “She has to take it; I want her to take it.”  Aaron and Sandra filmed the majority of the movie together, and he told what she is like on set.  “She’s real cool to be around and she’s funny. She’s a joy to work with!”

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Her co-star Ray McKinnon who played the football coach joked about his interaction with Sandra on set.  “Her security kept me away from her, but the few times I got near her she seemed pleasant.”

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Sandra and the rest of the nominees will be at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards celebration on Sunday in Hollywood.



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