Sandra Bullock is People Magazine's 2015 World's Most Beautiful Woman" and while the honour makes her laugh it is something that some entertainment observers are viewing as a great thing for mature actresses in Hollywood, a designation that seemingly exists for actresses over the age of forty. Often filmmakers write sexy, intriguing roles for actresses between the ages of twenty--one years of age and forty years old and once they cross the forty barrier are seemingly relegated to anything but a love interest or femme fatale.
She is an actress who has maintained an image of being sexy and beautiful and thus this recognition by People Magazine only reaffirms what many of her film fans, in particular men feel about her which is that she is a stunningly gorgeous and talented actress.
Her appeal as a beautiful actress has been displayed in many of her projects since she emerged as a potential star in the 1996 dramatic "Time To Kill" which resulted in men throughout North America falling in love with her as the sexy law clerk to her role in "The Proposal" which had men wondering why they had never had a female boss who looked as amazing as she did in the show.
This recognition for the scintillating actress has some entertainment insiders thinking and hoping that it might serve as a 'wake up' call to Hollywood filmmakers that movie viewers and entertainment publications are looking at women over the age of 40 years old such as Sandra Bullock as sexy women and not just grumpy, lonely women whom are constantly jealous of their younger counterparts because they are not receiving the same sort of attention for their looks.
Sandra Bullock's gorgeous looks have led to her being recognized as People Magazine's 2015 World's Most Beautiful Woman but the bigger impact of this honour is how it could potentially motivate and educate filmmakers in the benefits of creating more 'complete' roles for 'mature' women that include them as 'love interests' which is how they feel and are viewed as by many people in society.