Sandra Bullock rocks cat ears as she leaves the Ocean’s 8 after-party with boyfriend Bryan Randall
The actress has always liked to keep her relationships extremely private and over the years has rarely been spotted in public with Bryan, save the occasional date here and there.
Sandra Bullock is probably one of the very few who can rock a gown along with cat ears. The actress arrived at the premiere of Ocean’s 8 along with her boyfriend, Bryan Randall and she sure seemed to be in a playful mood. As reported by People, the pair was spotted getting cozy as they left the afterparty of the event. Sandra was spotted wearing a striped and sparkly jumpsuit with cat ears while Bryan wore a stylish gray suit.
Sandra and Ryan started dating each other in the summer of 2015. “They started dating after Bryan photographed [Bullock’s son] Louis for his graduation,” a source close to the couple told the magazine. The pair has kept their relationship a private affair and has been occasionally spotted heading out for dinner together. Her night out comes after Sandra confessed she almost left Hollywood when she was at the peak of her career.
Talking to USA Today, the actress revealed how Hollywood changed the way she thought about the world. “My career has been a domino effect of people who said, ‘I would like this person to fill this role,’ she said during her interview. “And not just in the industry, but people in my life. My mother raised me like, ‘You don’t need to get married, you forge your own path. 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," she added.
It was not until later in her career that Sandra understood how Hollywood worked. She had a “wake-up moment, where I was like, ‘What is this feeling? Why do I feel so (expletive)?’ ” she added. “‘Oh my God, I’m being treated this way because I have a vagina.’”
In an interview to People, the actress happened to reveal how we wouldn't have seen her in Ocean's 8. Luckily, her 8-year-old son Louis convinced her otherwise.
“This almost didn’t happen for me because it was supposed to shoot during the summer, and then when Cate wasn’t available, they said, ‘Are you willing to shift it to fall in New York?’ And I went, ‘I gotta take the kids out of school,’ ” she revealed.
“Then my son said, ‘Why don’t we go look at a school and see if we find something?’ We left on Mother’s Day, day after Mother’s Day found a school,” she said. “It’s all about my kids. If I could never work again, I’d be okay with it because I’d get to go home and be with my babies.”