Courtney, 44: What is that? I don’t understand what that is. An afternoon to myself? I don’t know what that is. But I wouldn’t change that! Hi, I’m Sandra Bullock and I
am answering InStyle’s readers’ questions. Didn’t sound right, did it? No. Ruthie, 30, asks: First of all, don’t pretend like you can cook
when you can’t. I say you call Postmates and you have them do the cooking for you so you can just enjoy good company and not be a liar. Because that’s gonna catch up, it did to me. Macey, 29, asks: Say, “I need to use the restroom,”
and then don’t come back. Jennifer, 28, asks: Well, I say you should wear a sense of humor.
Wear a lot of kindness. Because those parents
probably love the hell out of their son so just show them what an amazing woman you are and that you’re gonna be good to him. And be good to the mama
because one day that’s gonna happen to me and that girl better be good to me. Marie, 34, asks: If what you’re doing is loving them,
you can never overdo it. If you’re buying them stuff, stop.
Just love them. It’s usually the look in your eye
that makes them feel special, not something in a box that you bought. Alexandra, 34: First question is, do they have kids? If not, ask them to be the parent of your household
for a week while you go to a spa and then come back
and see if she still says the same thing. Marie, 23: Four of us piled on a bed
watching cartoons that I don’t understand and falling asleep with hot limbs all over your body and then carrying little people to bed.
It’s the best. It’s the best. I usually fall asleep first. Joan, 33: Everything. Everything. It’s scary doing red carpet. You’re usually in something that doesn’t fit as well as it should
because you ate too much on your last movie. I don’t think anybody feels as
good as they might end up looking on the red carpet. I think the men feel better than the women. Allison, 30: on the set of Ocean’s 8
with so many incredibly talented women? Is there a particularly special moment you experienced with your co-stars you can share? The operative phrase being, “that I can share.” Yeah, there was a lot of good times.
For some reason what’s coming to mind is that Helena Bonham Carter was like a cat.
I could take the laser pointer and just at random moments
I would point the laser pointer on the floor and she would jump out of the
chair and follow it like a human cat. It was incredibly impressive. Sarah Paulson trying to sing like Rihanna ♬ Work, work, work, work, work, work ♬ Never sounded like Rihanna.
But she tried. We had a pretty good time.