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Evan Rachel Wood reveals the crush she had on co-star Sandra Bullock

Evan Rachel Wood reveals the crush she had on co-star Sandra Bullock while filming their 1998 movie Practical Magic: ‘She’s fantastic’

Evan Rachel Wood has revealed the crush she had on co-star Sandra Bullock while filming their 1998 cult classic film Practical Magical.  

Evan, 35, was just 11-years-old when she played Sandra’s daughter Kylie in the film.

‘I had such a crush on Sandra Bullock when I was doing that movie,’ she revealed on Watch What Happens Live. ‘But I didn’t realized it until later on in life. It’s “Oh you were in love with her.”

‘I had such a crush’: Evan Rachel Wood has revealed the crush she had on co-star Sandra Bullock while filming their 1998 cult classic film Practical Magical

‘Would you say you were “in love” with her?’ host Andy Cohen clarified.

‘As much as an 11-year-old girl could be on her… movie mom,’ Evan replied.

‘You had a serious crush on her,’ Andy clarified.

‘Yeah, she’s fantastic, she’s gorgeous,’ Evan added.

Hit film: Sandra starred opposite Nicole Kidman in the cult classic film Practical Magic

Hit film: Sandra starred opposite Nicole Kidman in the cult classic film Practical Magic

Gushing: 'Yeah, she was fantastic, she's gorgeous,' Evan said of Bullock

Gushing: ‘Yeah, she was fantastic, she’s gorgeous,’ Evan said of Bullock 

Practical Magic starred Sandra and Nicole Kidman as two sisters/witches who struggled to find love due to a curse that kills off every single one of their love interests.

Evan was joined by Daniel Radcliffe on WWHL as they promoted their new film Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.

Radcliffe portrays the iconic musician ‘Weird’ Al Yankovic in the highly anticipated biopic, which follows the beloved musician and comedian’s rise to fame and his penchant for accordion-laden spoofs of popular songs.

Portraying an icon: Wood and Radcliffe has been busy promoting their new biopic about Weird Al, Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

Portraying an icon: Wood and Radcliffe has been busy promoting their new biopic about Weird Al, Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

Channeling a pop legend: Wood stars in the film as Madonna, an early supporter of Yankovic's satirical songs

Channeling a pop legend: Wood stars in the film as Madonna, an early supporter of Yankovic’s satirical songs

Wood stars in the film as Madonna, an early supporter of Yankovic’s satirical songs.

The film is set to be released on the Roku streaming service on November 4.

In addition to the Weird Al film, another project Evan has been working on has been making headlines – her HBO series Westworld, which in a shock move was recently cancelled after four seasons.

Season four ended just three months ago, with the finale airing on August 14th and viewers had been left anticipating more to come from the show that stars Evan, James Marsden, and Aaron Paul.

The surprising decision to abruptly finish the show is said to partly be down to its high-cost production budget as well as falling ratings, Variety reports.

Shock move: HBO recently cancelled Westworld after four seasons

Shock move: HBO recently cancelled Westworld after four seasons 

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