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'The Heat' Release Date, Trailer and Star Sandra Bullock: Wears Little Black Dress with Red Pumps, Bringing Sexy Back at 48? [VIDEO]

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Sandra Bullock is still turning heads in a little black dress and fiery red pumps at age 48.

Cameras caught "The Heat" star leaving london restaurant, Nobu, in the attention-grabbing get-up on June 12, according to Yahoo OMG!  It was an unusual look for the Oscar winner, who regularly sports casual, mom-friendly looks.

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The outfit was both figure flattering and body hugging, suggesting that the Hollywood star had resurrected her earlier pre-Mommy style. 

Bullock, who was in town to promote her new buddy-cop comedy with Melissa McCarthy, showed off her slim figure and toned legs, according to US Weekly.  She dressed it up with the classic frock featuring an off-the- shoulder neckline with a peekaboo slit. The single mom to 3-year-old Louis rocked a fierce blowout with her long brunette locks. 

The screen star's look was the opposite of her on-screen character in the film, which hits theaters on June 28. 

She plays an uptight FBI special agent paired with a feisty and testy Boston cop, played by McCarthy, in the Paul Feig-directed laugh riot, according to IMDB.

Their task?

The twosome try to take down a ruthless drug lord, but in the process, get into some hilarious situations. Both characters are outcasts, who never had real friends or a partner so audiences can expect a lot of adjustment problems.

Bullock had a lot of fun working with the "Mike and Molly" star. "She will go for the jugular and, if you're delicate about it, you're going to sink," she joked. "So you fire back - you go for the carotid artery."

Check out the laughter-inciting video trailer below! 

                

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