Sandra Bullock makes show-stopping entrance to premiere in pink ombre gown

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Sandra Bullock wows in her voluminous pink ombre gown at the premiere of 'The Lost City'. (Getty Images)
Sandra Bullock wows in her voluminous pink ombre gown at the premiere of 'The Lost City'. (Getty Images)

Sandra Bullock made a show-stopping entrance to the premiere of her latest film last night in a plunging pink ombre gown teamed with thigh-high boots.

The Oscar winner's voluminous dress featured a plunging jewelled bodice, with a flowing tulle skirt complete with stylish pockets.

Bullock's gown was also split to the thigh revealing on-trend, leather thigh-high boots.

The 57-year-old star completed the look with a classic fitted black blazer.

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Sandra Bullock's stunning gown revealed her thigh-high boots. (Getty Images)
Sandra Bullock's stunning gown revealed her thigh-high boots. (Getty Images)

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Sandra wore her hair smooth and poker-straight, styled in her signature middle parting. She kept her make-up simple with a classic smokey eye to let her dress do the talking.

The A-lister was attending the premiere of her latest movie The Lost City, in which she stars alongside Channing Tatum and Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe.

But the star, who won the Best Actress Oscar in 2010 for her role in The Blind Side, has revealed that the film will be her last for a while as she wants to focus on her two children, son Louis, 11, and daughter, eight-year-old Laila.

Bullock adopted Louis in 2010, shortly before her split from reality star Jesse James. She adopted Laila five years later.

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Speaking to Good Morning America, Bullock explained: "Right now I don't want to create anything that takes me away from just being present. I don't want to be doing a lot of things at one time that don't service the one thing that I want to be around — my family."

She said she didn't know how long the hiatus would last, but did say she arrived at her decision because of how much time she spends away from her family when working on a project.

She added: "Because of my job I have to go away for long chunks during the day. I take them everywhere, but that's a 15-hour day and then you come home and if you're producing you're on calls," she said. "They miss you."

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