Sandra Bullock covers the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, admits she doesn’t mind being single.
Sandra Bullock looks stunning on the cover of Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainers of the Year issue. The 49-year-old opened up to the magazine about her love life, saying she’s perfectly fine being single. She’s been alone since her painful divorce in 2011 from Jesse James.
“You know what, if it should come along, great,” she admitted. “But I feel like I’m not missing anything yet. Maybe one day I will.”
She says one reason she’s not dating is because she’s having so much fun being a mom to son Louis. “My son is three years old, which is an amazing age,’ she stated. ‘Four is an even better age. So if something happens, great, but if not, I’ve got plenty to do.”
Will she have another child? “I’m open to whatever comes our way. I know that sounds vague, but I’m so lucky with what I have and I’m so in love with our life and our routine and how simple and how massive it is. But whatever comes along.”
The actress, who recently starred in ‘Gravity’ alongside George Clooney, says the actor drunk dials her. “I’m so embarrassed for him. It’s a booty call. But he wants the commitment and then marriage and I’m like, “Dude, I don’t have the time.”"
She and George have been friends for 25 years. “He’s all, “But I’m not a one-night stand kind of guy,”" she added, then finished with, “Well, then, I can’t. Drunk dialing is what it is, George. I just need an hour of your time.”
Sandra opened up about her past, a bit. “When people are like, “Life is good,” I go, “No life is a series of disastrous moments, painful moments, unexpected moments, and things that will break your heart. And in between those moments, that’s when you savor, savor, savor.”
Sandra also gushed about her ‘Heat’ costar Melissa McCarthy. “Melissa and I have that loving, weird connection where you just went, “Wow, you can’t buy it, you can’t manufacture it,”" she said. “We’re so different in our comedy styles, but somehow they complemented each other and we were a modern odd couple.”