Sandra Bullock Couldn't Handle the 'Ridicule' of Running for Office

HOLLYWOOD, CA - OCTOBER 26:  Actress Sandra Bullock attends the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Our Brand Is Crisis" at TCL Chinese Theatre on October 26, 2015 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Sandra Bullock Couldn't Handle the 'Ridicule' of Running for Office

Our Brand Is Crisis star on why she'll never be a politician.

Published October 30, 2015

Sandra Bullock is one of the most liked celebrities in America, but she's not looking to turn her popularity into votes anytime soon. The Our Brand Is Crisis star tells us she would never want to run for political office, "not even class president."

"I didn't want the ridicule, I didn't want to be put out in public like that... and I don't feel like my opinion matters all that much in terms of the bigger picture," she says. 

Well, for a self-proclaimed wallflower, Sandra did choose a very public profession! Still, we think she'll have no trouble winning the popular vote at the box office. Watch our interview with Sandra and her co-star Billy Bob Thornton — and see the surprising candidate they endorse for president! — in the video above.

Our Brand Is Crisis hits theaters today.

(Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Written by Evelyn Diaz


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