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Sandra Bullock Is Taking Her Fave Movie Role & Turning It Into A TV Series! Find Out Which Character Is Heading To The Small Screen HERE!

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Is everyone’s favorite FBI agent, Gracie Hart, coming to a small screen near us?!

Well, maybe not exactly Gracie, but someone pretty similar!

Sandra Bullock is plotting her TV producing comeback and we’re hearing she’s planning on reviving Miss Congeniality to do it!

Apparently the Gravity actress adored her role and that concept so much she wants to produce and turn that idea into a TV show. She has been pretty successful in her TV producing endeavors, having produced The George Lopez for five years!

An insider who has worked closely with Sandy is saying the award-winning actress:

“…is planning on producing a comedic TV version of her smash movie series Miss Congeniality that’s being described as Bridesmaids Meets 24.”

Bridesmaids meets 24?! We’d be totally down for that!

The source continued to say:

“Sandra loved her Miss Congeniality FBI agent character Gracie Hart and the concept so much that for years she has continued to keep up friendships with FBI agents she met while researching it.

Sandra loves that real FBI agents, particularly female ones, continue to respond to and write her letters about both Miss Congeniality and The Heat.”

We have to give it to Sandy for making the role of a female FBI agent so popular!

She also had great luck when she produced the family sitcom The George Lopez Show so it’s safe to say this new project will be pretty successful!

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