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

Cape Town - Sandra Bullock revealed in an interview that she almost left Hollywood because of the sexism. "You make your own money, and be your own person.' 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". Fellow cast members Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Helena Bonham Carter, Awkwafina and Anne Hathaway also all rocked looks that commanded attention at the star-studded event-giving people cause to get even more hype for the movie.

Bullock, 53, said she was raised to believe that a woman could do anything a man could.

Bullock then described that she had a "wake-up moment, where I was like, 'What is this feeling? Why do I feel so shitty?'" she continues. "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.

"And that was a hard pill to swallow".

"Bullock is the most solid - and perhaps uninteresting - member of the ensemble as the anchor for the cast", she says. I had a lot of sadness from that.

That's the case in "Ocean's 8", which includes an irritating subplot involving a very bad former lover.

Ocean's 2 8 stars Sarah Paulson and Cate Blanchett stole quite a few laughs during a tear-inducing interview on Tuesday's Today show.

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

Rihanna at the world premiere for "Ocean's 8" in New York City.

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