Sandy to the rescue!
Actress Sandra Bullock lent a helping hand to a co-worker who fainted on set after seemingly suffering from heat stroke on Sunday, Oct. 26, a new report states.
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The 'Miss Congeniality' star, 50, was filming her new movie 'Our Brand Is Crisis' in New Orleans — where temperatures have recently hit 80 degrees — when she came to the aid of the ill woman by providing her with water and sitting with her until an ambulance arrived on set.
Co-star Billy Bob Thornton reportedly stayed clear of the scene to ensure the woman, who was cast as an extra in the film, received the appropriate medical care.
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'Our Brand Is Crisis,' a documentary film that chronicles Bolivia's 2002 presidential election, is set to hit theaters in 2016 and also stars Scoot McNairy, Anthony Mackie, and Ann Dowd.
TMZ was the first news outlet to report this story.
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