Sandra Bullock Says She Nearly Quit Acting Because Of Hollywood Sexism

Sandra Bullock Says She Nearly Quit Acting Because Of Hollywood Sexism

Sandra Bullock Says She Nearly Quit Acting Because Of Hollywood Sexism

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. It's just one example of the affinity audiences have for heist movies. "And it doesn't just take five people to make a movie".

In recent months, Hathaway has been vocal about her changing body size and the camaraderie among the "Ocean's 8" stars.

The all women-casted Ocean's 8 is set to steal the No. 1 box office spot with a $35 to $40 million debut, ousting the current contender, Solo: A Star Wars Story, per The Hollywood Reporter.

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It wasn't until later in her career that Bullock had a "wake-up moment, where I was like, "What is this feeling?"

According to Hathaway, Rihanna added: "You got an ass like me". Why do I feel so (expletive)? "'Oh, my God, I'm being treated this way because I have a vagina'".

"That was a hard pill to swallow".

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"It was hard for me, because I walked with blinders on through life and got to where I [felt] like I was less than because I was a woman". I was like, 'Wow, maybe I need to step out of here. "Maybe I need to do something else for a living".

The film opens on Debbie's release from prison, where being incarcerated apparently hasn't stopped her from maintaining a ideal smoky eye and a business selling cigarettes.

Then, Cate Blanchett chimed in, telling the Oscar victor, "Nice jeans, Hathaway" (in a laconic Aussie drawl, according to Hathaway's impersonation). In order to pull off the heist, she needs to convince her partner in crime, "Lou", played by Cate Blanchett, to join her. Cate knows she's going to say yes, but she's loving this little cat-and-mouse thing they've got going on, so she demurs for a few scenes.

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Del Potro needed only two points to pocket the first set as Cilic blinked first, netting a routine forehand a 5-6. I was close to quit this sport.

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

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