Sandra Bullock opened up to InStyle magazine and got emotional as she talked about the #MeToo movement.
Having recently donated $500,000 to the movement, she said, âItâs easy to give money to people who are incredibly brave and outspoken.
âBut Timeâs Up is not just about the actors â itâs about the single mom whoâs been abused, bullied, and sexually harassedâŠ Itâs our duty to do whatever we can to help. I can safely say there is not one person I know who hasnât experienced some form of harassment or doesnât know someone itâs happened to.â
She admitted that she has also been a victim, saying, âIt happened to me when I was 16. And youâre paralyzed to a degreeâŠ Up until recently it was the victim [who] was shamed, not the perpetrator.â
Sandra is currently promoting her upcoming heist film Oceanâs 8, made up of a predominantly female cast. She revealed that the filmmakers initially didnât think the women would all get along. But they were quite wrong.
âThey thought weâd hate each other, but the exact opposite was trueâŠ with Sarah [Paulson], itâs like when youâre in school with that friend, and the teacher says âStop talking,â and you just start crying and laughing. Itâs like a chemical imbalance. Weâre each otherâs little drug habit.â ~Marriska Fernandes