Sandra Bullock to Produce Musical Dramedy Inspired by Her Life for Amazon

ECU alum Sandra Bullock making Amazon series about her college life

ECU alum Sandra Bullock making Amazon series about her college life

Deadline reports that Goldsman specifically sought out Legend to both help develop the series, and shape its unique soundtrack, which will feature an "ambitious fusion of multiple genres of music from the period, including 80's pop, timeless Southern gospel, and opera".

John Legend and Akiva Goldsman are set to executive produce along with Bullock, with the very idea for the series coming from conversations between long-time friends Bullock and Goldsman.

For the moment, the project (which doesn't yet have a title) is in the scriptwriting phase and Amazon has just begun work on it - if it's officially commissioned, it'll be screened on the Amazon Prime Video platform. Ryan, showrunner on Showtime's The L Word: Generation Q, will be a consulting producer on the Amazon project.

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Born outside of Washington, D.C., in Arlington County, Virginia, Bullock studied drama at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, graduating in 1987. According to Deadline, while a student, she became involved in theater, performing in productions including "Three Sisters" and "Peter Pan".

Sandra Bullock has teamed up with Amazon Prime Video for a series that will revolve around a young woman in search of her identity.

Bullock's representatives did not immediately respond to HuffPost's request for comment.

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