Sandra Bullock on Bonding with All-Female 'Ocean's 8' Cast

Sandra Bullock on Bonding with All-Female 'Ocean's 8' Cast

Sandra Bullock on Bonding with All-Female 'Ocean's 8' Cast

(This is, after all, the series in which Julia Roberts once played both her character and herself.) She has a tiny moment of ecstasy, when first trying on the necklace at the heist's center, that's so simultaneously amusing and sexy, you'll wish she'd been born early enough to do a couple dozen screwball comedies.

This past Tuesday Ocean's 8, an all-female sequel to Oceans 11, had its world premiere.

Undeterred, Sandra takes Cate to noted drunk-people diner Veselka and offers her a forkful of her food - and the promise of $16.5 million.

The world premiere of Ocean's 8 took place in NY on June 7. "And it doesn't just take five people to make a movie. I was like, 'Really?!' And she goes, 'You got a [expletive] like me!'" "You make your own money, and be your own person.'" she continued.

Sandra Bullock plays Debbie, the estranged sister of master con man Danny Ocean (who was played by George Clooney). "You look back on your life and you go, I've had a really good life".

But as Bullock, 53, says, there was one point when she considered quitting acting altogether.

Sandra Bullock, with co-star Cate Blanchett, at a promo appearance for Ocean's 8 last month.

She added that it was definitely "a hard pill to swallow" when she realized that the industry was not immune to sexism. Sadly, it looks like fandom hasn't changed a whole lot since then. I was like, 'Wow, maybe I need to step out of here. "Maybe I need to do something else for a living".

"I don't think about my gender until those opportunities are not available to me or denied to me because of my gender", the Aussie actress told USA Today.

"But "we do live in a capitalist society, so it's like your worth is valued in monetary terms".

If you're a woman who's feeling insecure about your body, there's one surefire way to feel better about yourself: Get Rihanna to compliment your booty.

But "Ocean's 8" does away with testosterone, darkness and dramatic tension - elements synonymous with the crime genre and prominent in the first three "Ocean's" films.

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