It wasn't until later in her career that Bullock had a "wake-up moment, where I was like, "What is this feeling?"
Ocean's 8 is Sandra Bullock's first movie in nearly three years. "Oh my God, I'm being treated this way because I have a vagina.'" However, she did not offer any specifics of the sexist treatment to which she was allegedly subjected.
When speaking with the journalists, Sandra explained that her mother always raised her to be her own woman; to be strong, independent, and forging her own path to success.
For proof, observe Ocean's 8, starring Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean, estranged sister of heist-lovin' Danny (George Clooney), whose exploits fueled the Steven Soderbergh-directed Ocean's remake trilogy. "And I literally went out into the world thinking there was no disparity, that everyone was equal, and I can do whatever a man can do".
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She started by saying most people assume that groups of women can't get along, but their set was filled with so much love. "And that was a hard pill to swallow". Sadly, it looks like fandom hasn't changed a whole lot since then. "We have eight women in this movie, we need to have as many body types up there as we can, ' which I was really relieved to hear", Hathaway said. "I didn't want to be a part of that world where there was that experience". Although she doesn't beat herself up about "that stuff anymore" working with Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Rihanna, Sarah Paulson, Mindy Kaling, Awkwafina, and Helena Bonham Carter made her feel better than she ever has.
Bullock's not the only one in the industry who's been affected by sexism.
During the chat with USA Today, she said she never thought about her gender and sex until those higher in power than her denied her access to opportunities. "You know what the poster's going to look like, and you're not being paid the same as the person you've got equal billing and screen time with, and you think, 'Actually, that's not right'".