Sandra Bullock just doesn’t give a f-ck about dating, you guys. She’s made it clear she’s not planning to date Clooney any time soon. She also thinks everything happens for a reason, so she’s totally cool with chilling until she meets someone. Since all the media likes to do is ask women about their love lives (or lack thereof) here’s what Ms. Bullock told Entertainment Weekly who named her “entertainer of the year” (via People),
If [a relationship] should come along, great. But I feel like I’m not missing anything yet. Maybe one day I will. But my son is 3 years old, which is an amazing age. Four is an even better age. So if something happens, great, but if not, I’ve got plenty to do.
Like promote her biggest box office opening film of all time, and most likely accept some sweet award nominations.
Sandra Bullock is lovely and really sweet and one of the least offensive stars in Hollywood and I’ve been wanting to see Gravity for EVER (I need to hit up that IMAX – is it worth it?) so it sucks that she dealt with depression while shooting the film. The nature of the the whole “stuck in space” storyline meant she had to spend a fair bit of time in an isolation tank – we’re talking 8-10 hours some days – which really took a toll on her mental and emotional state.
From The View (via DS):
“I was depressed, I was angry, I would get so sad because it was a black room, no human contact, they took away sound.”
Bullock explained that director Alfonso Cuarón helped her through difficult periods by bringing her son Louis to her.
“What they did was, Alfonso could see, because he had cameras always on my face, he would be like, ‘She’s cracking, she’s cracking, go get the kid’.
“They’d created this whole wonderland just outside for Louis [to keep him occupied during filming], so [they brought him in].”
Aw, that’s sweet. We all know Louis is the cutest kid EVER, so I can see why that would cheer anyone up, to be honest. I can imagine that would be really depressing, though. Ahhh, I gotta see this movie!
George Clooney is totally cool with ruining pal Sandra Bullock’s dress, but he’s not okay with dating her. It appears that he thinks of Bullock as a “bro.” A solid bro. Or maybe it’s that she dated a “bro.” Basically, George Clooney comes off a Barney Stinson when explaining why he’s not into co-star Sandra Bullock ~~in that way~~. From E! News via E Online:
She was dating one of my best friends … There’s a certain bro code, you know what I mean? I’ve known her a long, long time.
That’s kind of funny. Even older, super famous, super rich, super successful celebs have the same relationship issues we do. I really can’t tell from this whether Mr. Clooney thinks of Ms. Bullock as a “bro” or if he feels that he would break the “bro code” because she dated one of his bros. Which bro?
What do you guys think? LOL WHY AM I EVEN THINKING THIS HARD ABOUT THIS. Lord.
George Clooney is such a prankster! He and his super cool celeb friends got Sandra Bullock to jump into a pool with her clothes on. She thought they were all jumping in, but nope! Nicole Kidman didn’t fall for it. Or maybe she was in on it. She’s Nicole Kidman, she wasn’t jumping in any goddamn pools in her lovely gowns. She practically is Grace Kelly. And I love her. What the hell was I talking about?
Oh, right. Mr. Clooney’s prank. Here’s what Ms. Bullock said on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (via People):
I went to the bathroom and came out and there was George and someone else with just their pants on going, ‘We’re gonna go in the pool,’ and I was like, ‘Really?’ ” she told Leno. “And so I held their hands and on the count of three, and in slow motion I see Nicole Kidman with a stack of towels … and I jump, and they let go, and I go in the pool. [...] But the sad part was I wore this cute little lace dress that I paid a lot of money for, and as I got out, it started disintegrating.
Right, I’m sure you “paid a lot of money” for the dress. I’m sure it wasn’t given to you. I like that you’re trying to connect with the people, Sandra.
Bullock and Clooney star together in Gravity, in which they play astronauts who get stranded in space. The trailer gave me god awful anxiety. Which means I think it’s going to be a good film and I may actually see it.
I would totally let George Clooney prank me. It sounds like great fun. Let’s have a moment of sad face for the unnamed “someone else” in the story, who clearly wasn’t famous enough for a mention. :(
Sandra Bullock went through some shit with ex-husband Jesse James, what with all the “cheating on her repeatedly, even in the midst of adopting a child together” bullshit. Of course, she’s a classy lady, so she handled it with utter grace, took THE CUTEST BABY EVER and moved on with her life, and she’s doing great! However, that doesn’t stop interviewers asking her about it. Like everything else, though, she’s got it together and basically gives the best answer possible.
From the October issue of Vogue:
“We’re all where we’re supposed to be. I am exactly where I want to be now. You can’t go backward. I’m not going backward. I’m grateful that I’m here, blessed to have what I have. Nobody can be prepared for anything.”
“If you end up in a place where you can look back and go, ‘It happened, but I’m so lucky to be sitting where I am sitting.’”
Too right, girl. That’s a great way of looking at all the bad shit that can happen in life. If you don’t learn something from it, it’s completely worth it. She’s got it right.
On a side note, not sure about the hair, but can’t wait for Gravity!!
I don’t know what it is about Sandra Bullock – she’s just so… likeable. Her movies aren’t anything life-changing, but they do tend to be funny or at least really endearing and chuckle-worthy. She knows this is her niche, so don’t worry! She’ll be doing comedy for the rest of her life, she’s promised.
Sandra Bullock put in a call to the astronauts on the International Space Station for tips on how to play her latest role in space drama “Gravity”, but America’s “Miss Congeniality” says she will never give up playing comic roles.
“I will do comedy until the day I die: inappropriate comedy, funny comedy, gender-bending, twisting comedy, whatever comedy is out there,” Bullock said on Thursday in an interview with Reuters Television.
“Even a bad TV show – if that’s where I have got to go at the end I will go there if it’s comedy,” she said the day after “Gravity”, in which she co-stars with George Clooney, got its world premiere at the Venice film event.
That’s good to know! Also, I forgot for a hot second that she’s doing Gravity – that movie looks so good! I also still need to watch that movie she did with Melissa McCarthy… what’s it called? Ah yes, The Heat. (Have any of you seen it? Was it any good?) I digress… In any case, glad Sandy will stick with comedy, but no need to lower yourself to doing a bad show!